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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; (Reissue) edition (11 Sep 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0007233361
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007233366
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.6 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 226,771 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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‘Forget GI – the latest trend is its updated sister, GL. Quick, easy and a little bit sinful … The diet that’s healthy and works!’ Elle

‘A brilliant, no-panic party-dress diet.’ Zest

‘Say goodbye GI and hello GL – the new, improved diet for savvy slimmers.’ Times

‘Simpler than GI and makes better sense.’ Evening Standard

About the Author

Nigel Denby is a fully qualified dietician with a successful practice on Harley Street and clinics with the NHS. He has a strong media presence, with a weekly column in The Sunday Telegraph, an award-winning FSA DVD with Lorraine Kelly and as the resident expert for Closer. An ex-serial dieter himself, Nigel is also the dietician for dietfreedom.co.uk, an online dieting company run by fellow authors Tina Michelucci and Deborah Pyner.


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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Claire on 18 Dec 2006
Format: Paperback
This is the 4th book from this team (I don't think I've missed any!) and it is a great summary of the GL in one easy read. Some people make it so darn complicated - but these guys KISS! Simple and easy, and I for one have found it a real life changer.

Losing weight has never been easy, I've been a 'bad dieter' for many years, jumping on every passing bandwagon to only fleeting success and subsequent regain. However since finding The GL Diet, the first one these guys wrote, that completely changed, and I am nearly at my target weight. My mood is vastly improved, I love exercise, my energy levels are through the roof and food is great! If you are new to the GL I would say get this book and the cookbook, perfect partners. I am also a member of the dietfreedom.co.uk online club which works very well for me as a support to all I have learned in the books.

But back to this book - it's great, simple, easy and all the recipes can be cooked or thrown together in pretty much 10 minutes or less - that's my kind of book y'all! none of us have much time in the day, so big thanks for that. If you want complicated diet-babble that takes four reads to digest and has you weighing and counting everything, then go elsewhere!! If you want simple easy guidance, written in a friendly style, a quick read, easy reference, based on that proven science, and a lifestyle that's really easy to adapt to - then get this book!! X Claire
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tracey on 17 Dec 2006
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I have tried every diet there is - could have a car boot sale with my collection of diet books - not that any of them have worked (!) for me at least. But I am amazed to say I have lost 6 pounds in the first week of using the plans in this book and I feel very satisfied - that word doesn't normally go alongside the word diet! I am eating plenty but the weird thing is that I 'feel' so much more centred and balanced and did even after a couple of days. This must be because I have lowered the glycemic load of my diet right down (think it was quite high before). Any way I am now going to buy the GL Diet Cookbook by the same authors as am hugely impressed with not only the sense it makes to me but also the non-patronising language. It is very focused on eating natural foods also which I like as I feel that I am not only losing weight and feeling better but improving my health at the same time. Off to take my old diet book collection to the charity shop down the road!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ian Murray on 18 Dec 2006
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I have tried most diets, Atkins was good to start with but I found it unhealthy.The GL has helped me understand food and what is good for me and best of all I never feel hungry. Happy eating.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By City Male on 21 Dec 2006
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This book is an excellent and easy-to-use guide when wishing to avoid the diet and diet-related health pitfalls of a busy urban lifestyle. Being able to combine a feeling of doing my body 'good' while enjoying my food has been a great bonus. Equally importantly, it is easy to grasp and being more of a life-style approach (as opposed to a weight-loss diet program) does not appear boringly regimental or 'lecturing'. The GL approach has allowed me to secure more energy - both mental and physical - and both crucial for me during long hours of work in the City - this guide is a valuable companion when negotiating a usually (too!) hectic schedule.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Garrett on 11 July 2009
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This is an excellent book. Full of sensible nutritional advice. Easy to follow and well recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Capes on 12 Dec 2013
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I like the idea of eating a diet that aims to keep blood sugar balanced. Mr Denby is someone whose opinion I have followed in his weekly review of celebrity diets in the weekend telegraph supplement and I've always thought his comments were full of common sense as well as nutritional advice so I bought this book (Kindle version).
The layout translates to Kindle well enough but it's not easy to use as, with any nutrition/cook book, you need to be able to flick around. Easier to access via my Kindle for PC version but still not perfect.
It's pretty good, though the recipes are mostly for things I wouldn't choose to eat anyway. His recommendation of using cauliflower, mashed as a pie topping actually isn't too bad but on the strength of his recommendation I bought All Bran as my breakfast cereal. I usually have soaked, raw porridge oats with walnuts and a few raisins but he dismisses raisins as having a high GI load and should only be eaten as a rare treat, so I got the All Bran. I should have read the ingredients before I did. Sugar is listed as the second biggest ingredient and fructose as the third. Hardly low GI even if the bran reduces the GI load. I'll stick to my own choices in future.
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