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Low GI diet does not promote weight loss

A low glycemic index diet promotes better control of blood insulin levels, but it does not cause further weight loss in a diet already low in calories, according to a recent study.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Nutra ingredients.com

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About: Low GI diet does not promote weight loss

Date: 26 October 2005

Source: Nutra ingredients.com

URL: http://www.nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?n=63484-glycaemic-index-weight-loss

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  • Research
  • Research and GI
  • Research and glycemic index
  • Research and low GI diet
  • Research and diet
  • Research and weight loss diet
  • Research and low calorie diet
  • Diet

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