The research is published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The researchers suggest that keeping your glycemic load on the low side would help prevent type 2 diabetes.
Glycemic load is a reflection of how high a specific food raises blood sugar levels, plus taking into account how much is eaten. Learn more at NutritionData.
2 responses to “High Glycemic Load in Diet Linked to Type 2 Diabetes”
good grief. energy balance in hunter gatherer system may be necessary.
Where has everyone been?
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