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Most of us find it difficult to put aside the time to exercise regularly. Even if we manage to find the time, it doesn’t take much for us to make an excuse and skip a session in the gym, simply because we struggle to find it enjoyable. Exercise is a great way to help lose weight and get in shape, but there is another way without needing to exercise. Exercise will help you towards losing weight, but using the following methods, you can lose all of the weight you want to lose without any exercise at all.

Clearly I am referring to adjusting your diet. I know, I know, you failed with your last diet right? Most of us have failed to stick to a diet at some stage in our life, but bare with me. Too many of us remove certain foods from our diet in an attempt at losing weight. Either low carb, low fat or even both at the same time, but these types of diets after a while, make us crave for particular food and due to temptations and most of us being weak, we eat the forbidden food and we then inevitably feel like a failure and give up. This type of inconsistent diet will always prove to be difficult to stick to for a long duration. However, there is a method of losing weight which will satisfy your hunger and still offer you a wide variety of food, whilst remaining an easy “diet” to stick with long term to achieve your goal.

What is this magical diet you are not aware of? It as a low glycemic diet which has been successful for many people when losing weight and keeping the weight off. The glycemic diet utilises the glycemic index to distinguish how quickly the sugar from carbohydrates is released into our system. The glycemic index lists food types and gives it an index number according to how quickly the sugar is released compared to other foods. When sugar is released into our system too fast, it produces excess insulin and any that is left over is stored as fat.

Low Glycemic Foods

Low Glycemic Foods

The control food white bread, is given an index rating of “100” and all other foods are compared to white bread as to how they affect a person’s insulin, lipid levels and blood sugar compared to the control food.

Each food that is tested and compared to white bread is rated and then classed as High, Medium or Low on the Glycemic Index. Any foods rated between 100 and 70 is classified as High, 56 to 69 is classified as Medium and lower than 56 is classified as Low.

Glycemic Index

Glycemic Index

By eating foods such as proteins, low glycemic vegetables and low fat yoghurts, you will lose weight fast and keep the weight off for the long-term.

You should also ensure you are not going more than three hours without a meal, by doing this, you will speed up your metabolism and burn fat much faster.

Would you believe me if I told you that chocolate is classified as a Low Glycemic food?

Learn more with my Glycemic 101 guidebook.

Here is what you will learn inside this guide….

  • What the Glycemic Index is and How to Apply it to your Life
  • That “Carbohydrate” is Not a Bad Word and there are GOOD Carbs!
  • The “Good”, “Bad”, and the “Ugly” about Sugar and Carbohydrates
  • The Easy-To-Understand Facts about Insulin and Diabetes
  • That the Benefits to Following the Glycemic Index are Huge and Long Lasting
  • How to Lose Weight easily with the Glycemic Index
  • How to Eliminate your Risk of Developing Diabetes
  • How to Lower and Control Your Cholesterol
  • How to Go One Step Further and Get More Results with Glycemic Loading!
  • An In-Depth “Do’s” and “Don’ts” Section to Make Controlling your GI even Easier
  • And a lot more!

Glycemic 101 Guide


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