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The New Glucose Revolution What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up . . . and Down"": 101 Frequently Asked Questions about Your Blood Glucose Levels Paperback – 22 Jun 2006


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JENNIE BRAND-MILLER, PHD, one of the world’s foremost authorities on carbohydrates and the glycemic index, has championed the GI approach to nutrition for more than 20 years. Professor of Nutrition at the University of Sydney and the President of the Nutrition Society of Australia, in 2004 Brand-Miller was awarded Australia’s prestigious ATSE Clunies Ross Award for her commitment to advancing science and technology. She is one of the world’s most in-demand speakers on the GI and her laboratory at the University of Sydney is the world’s foremost GI-testing center.

KAYE FOSTER-POWELL, M NUTR & DIET, an accredited dietitian-nutritionist with extensive experience in diabetes management, is the co-author, with Dr. Brand-Miller, of the authoritative tables of GI and glycemic load values published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

DAVID MENDOSA is a freelance journalist and consultant specializing in diabetes whose diabetes Web pages receive millions of hits each year. His articles and columns have appeared in many of the major diabetes magazines and Web sites. His own Web site, David Mendosa’s Diabetes Directory, www.mendosa.com/diabetes.htm, was one of the first and is now one of the largest with that focus.

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Very Comprehensive 12 May 2007
By J. Beggs - Published on Amazon.com
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The information in the book was very helpful to me. I am 61 years old and have pre-diabetes. I need information on carbohydrates and foods that have a high glycemic index. This book is all I need to point me in the right direction for healthy eating.
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Excellent format, clear concise information! 15 May 2008
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I've had diabetes for close to 15 years, but I read explanations in this book that answered questions my physician hadn't made clear in all that time.
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An excellent reference book for understanding my BGL fluctuations 23 July 2009
By Clifford Newman - Published on Amazon.com
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I have studied this book thoroughly three times now and it has enhanced my in depth understanding as to why my BGL readings fluctuate from day to day. Every diabetic needs to have this comprehensive reference book on their bookshelf and to study it thoroughly. This sort of knowledge mitigates a diabetic's concern about day to day fluctuations in their BGL's.
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Glycemic Index vs. blood glucose levels 8 Sept. 2012
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The glycemic index is an interesting concept, but for those with diabetes or prediabetes, glycemic index is not foolproof. The index was created using normal people. Those of us who have whacky systems, something that is has a low glycemic value may send out blood glucose through the roof. Interesting read, but somewhat misleading for that reason.
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Diabetics Should Read 30 Jan. 2012
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As a diabetic, I've asked this question sooo many times and never had an answer that made sense. This book explains everything clearly and in words anyone can understand.
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