What is a low glycemic diet?

What is a low glycemic diet?

The foods we eat can directly impact much more than our weight and waistlines.  Our energy levels, hormone levels and our health can be dramatically affected almost immediately by what we eat, determining how we feel for the rest of the day and longer.  Understanding why we feel the way we do after we eat, why we get hungry again when we do, and how this is all determines our short-term and long-term health is the basis behind the Amino Diet.

The Amino Diet combines a low glycemic menu with our exclusive homeopathic drops. When followed, this program results in sustained energy, balanced nutrition, and rapid weight loss.

Foods high on the glycemic index (such as white rice, bread, and pasta) result in hormonal dysfunction in the body. The body quickly converts these processed carbohydrates into sugar which causes the pancreas to ramp up production of the fat storing hormone known as insulin.

Foods that are low on the glycemic index include lean proteins such as white meat chicken, fish, beans,vegetables, fruits, and certain dairy.  When the main bulk of your menu consists of these foods, hormones are balanced, metabolism is boosted, and insulin levels are even and do not spike. This is promising news for anyone who wants to lose weight and take charge of their health. Research has also shown that children who are on a low glycemic diet are less prone to both childhood obesity and Type II Diabetes.

Consumption of processed carbohydrates, sugars and fast food is not only causing obesity but is also linked to inflammation and chronic disease.  The fact is that the Westernized Diet continues to fuel the obesity epidemic worldwide. There is a remedy. The Amino Diet is an excellent solution to combat the threat of obesity and chronic disease. It’s an effective way to lose weight, eat right and improve your quality of life.

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