What is The Glycemic Index?<br />Rating system that classifies how FAST carbs break down into blood sugar<br />Based on a ...
Rating Break-Down’s<br />High Glycemic Range: 70 and Up<br />Mid Glycemic Range:  50-70<br />Low Glycemic Range: 50 and Be...
The Glycemic Load	<br /> GL = (GI x the amount of carbohydrate) divided by 100<br />
Glycemic Load Example<br />Apple<br />It has a GI of 40 and it contains 15 grams of carbohydrate.GL = 40 x 15/100 = 6 g<br />
Your Goal<br />Consume Moderate to Low  G.I. Foods<br />Use the 80/20 RULE!<br />
Why?<br />Carbs=Insulin<br />Chronically High Insulin=Fat storage & Health Problems galore!<br />Ultimately Leads to Type ...
LOW G.I.EXAMPLES<br />High Glycemic<br />White Potatoe<br />White Pasta	<br />Ripe Banana<br />Simple Carbs<br />White Sho...
BOOKS TO HELP YOU!<br />
BOOKS TO HELP YOU!<br />
Books Continued<br />
Websites<br />http://www.acefitness.org/getfit/recipes.aspx<br />Foodfit.com<br />Eatingwell.com<br />WWW.glycemicindex.co...
Please Tell Your Friends!<br />Call us TODAY to learn how to save your company money!<br />288 W. 200 N.<br />Kaysville, U...
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This video describes what Carbohydrates are good and which ones are bad via describing the Glycemic Index. It breaks it down in an easy-to-understand format.

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  2. 2. What is The Glycemic Index?<br />Rating system that classifies how FAST carbs break down into blood sugar<br />Based on a 1-100 Scale<br />The higher the index, the faster the carb breaks down into blood sugar<br />
  3. 3. Rating Break-Down’s<br />High Glycemic Range: 70 and Up<br />Mid Glycemic Range: 50-70<br />Low Glycemic Range: 50 and Below<br />
  4. 4. The Glycemic Load <br /> GL = (GI x the amount of carbohydrate) divided by 100<br />
  5. 5. Glycemic Load Example<br />Apple<br />It has a GI of 40 and it contains 15 grams of carbohydrate.GL = 40 x 15/100 = 6 g<br />
  6. 6. Your Goal<br />Consume Moderate to Low G.I. Foods<br />Use the 80/20 RULE!<br />
  7. 7. Why?<br />Carbs=Insulin<br />Chronically High Insulin=Fat storage & Health Problems galore!<br />Ultimately Leads to Type II Diabetes<br />
  8. 8. LOW G.I.EXAMPLES<br />High Glycemic<br />White Potatoe<br />White Pasta <br />Ripe Banana<br />Simple Carbs<br />White Short Grain Rice<br />White Bread <br />Low Glycemic<br />Sweet Potatoe<br />Whole Grain Pasta<br />Un-ripened Banana<br />Complex Carbs<br />Brown Long Grain Rice<br />High Fiber 100% Whole Grain Bread (moderate)<br />
  9. 9. BOOKS TO HELP YOU!<br />
  10. 10. BOOKS TO HELP YOU!<br />
  11. 11. Books Continued<br />
  12. 12. Websites<br />http://www.acefitness.org/getfit/recipes.aspx<br />Foodfit.com<br />Eatingwell.com<br />WWW.glycemicindex.com<br />
  13. 13. Please Tell Your Friends!<br />Call us TODAY to learn how to save your company money!<br />288 W. 200 N.<br />Kaysville, UT. 84037<br />Office: 801.444.2796<br />Fax: 801.444.2796<br />Griff Neilson<br />Cell: (801) 686-2131<br />griff@llfit.com<br />Cy Garrick<br />Cell: (801) 678-0332<br />cy@llfit.com<br />Mike Garrick<br />Cell: (801) 979-2920<br />mike@llfit.com<br />

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