This text contains over 170 delicious and nutritious recipes ranging from breakfast, soups, starters, light meals, salads and vegetables, pasta and noodles, seafood dishes, mains with meat and chicken, deserts and sweet treats, through to baking.Foods that have less than 10 g of carbohydrate in a serving do not (by definition) have a GI, as small amounts of carbohydrate do not exert any effect on blood glucose. ... An active athlete may need 350-400 g per day, whereas someone needing to lose weight may need half that amount. ... These foods contain many different types of fibre and just as we need different vitamins, so we need to consume aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Healthy Eating for Families|
|Publisher||:||Allen & Unwin - 2007|