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Dr David Ludwig, who led the team at the Children's Hospital in Boston, said, 'The study findings should give impetus to large-scale trials of low GI diets
The GI diet
encourages people to eat plenty of foods with a low GI value and avoid those with a high GI value, in a bid to help weight loss.
Advocates of the GI diet
advise a hearty bowl of porridge first thing in the morning, flavoured with a drizzle of honey and recommend the ancient Irish breakfast as something that will stave off the hunger pangs for longer and urge dieters to eat less.
Researcher Gary Frost, head of nutrition and dietetics at the trust, said, 'The scientific benefits of low GI diets
are becoming increasingly clear, and this new research is a further indicator of the potential that including these foods in a balanced diet has.
HOW IT WORKS The GI diet
looks at the effect different carbs have on blood sugar.
Celebrities like Naomi Campbell, Kim Catrall and even former American President Bill Clinton have sung the praises of a good old-fashioned bowl of porridge as part of the popular Gi diet
The GI Diet
is based on the Glycemic Index - a medical way of measuring the speed at which foods are broken down by the body to form glucose.
But can the GI diet
, which is based on how quickly foods release their energy, really help you lose weight?
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