Glycemic Impact Diet
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Publisher description for Glycemic Impact Diet
The Glycemic Impact Diet. The Glycemic Impact Diet is one of more popular diets to appear worldwide. The diet is based on the Glycemic Index - which has been around for some time. However, only recently have GI based diets become popular with the public. The Glycemic Impact Diet delves even further into the glycemic index by taking into account Glycemic Load. This is a combination of the glycemic index of a food and the amount of carbohydrate the food has. A food such as a carrot is a common example: Carrots have a high GI, but a very low amount of carb per volume. The glycemic load of the carrot, in the end, is quite low - and is a great food to eat. You would have to eat a considerable amount of carrots in order to experience any insulin response.