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Low GI-High Energy Recipes

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Look out for the following recipes to be added to this site in the near future, or e-mail us to request a copy of the one you would like if it isn't yet available as a downloadable link

Morning Muffins
Extra Oaty Porridge
Hot Pear Pancakes
Scrambled Egg with Smoked Salmon
Chicken & Hoummus Wraps
Tuscan Salad
Roasted Vegetables
Nutty Oat Biscuits
Wholewheat Cinnamon Fruit Scones
Baked Sweet Potato with Mexican Beans
Pesto Pasta
Creamy Leak & Smoky Fish Pie
Beef & Tomato Gratin
Summer Pudding
Baked Apples with Blackberries & Port Sauce
Cheats Cherry Brulee

Glycaemic Index and Energy

The core of this approach to healthy eating and weight management is the glycaemic index (GI).  This is a measure of how quickly the energy from a particular food is absorbed into the bloodstream.  If it is absorbed quickly it has a high GI.  If it is absorbed slowly, it has a low GI.

Eating too much high GI food is not recommended to those who wish to manage their weight, lower their cholesterol levels and increase their energy levels.

Low-GI foods on the other hand are known to have beneficial effects on our overall health and aid in weight management as part of an overall healthy lifetsyle approach.

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