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Low GI diet

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Dr. Gujral's Diabetes Clinics   A 158 Defence Colony New Delhi
Ph: 011-41551128 , 9818419673
??Food Choices by The Glycemic Index
??Higher  the Glycemic Index (G.I.) higher is the rise in Blood Sugar with food
?Low G.I.      ( Food for Daily use )
?(Wheat Chana Soya) chapati , multi grain bread , Rava Idli , Dalia , Paneer ,mushroom ,Cauliflower ,Cabbage , cucumber , Tamato, spinach, radish , Carrot , maize ,Peanuts , Raajma , Chana , soya milk , orange , , apple , Cherries , Pear , Strawbarries , Plums , Chicken , fish , All Daal , Almonds , Walnuts , multigrain biscuits , tea , Coffee , Dark Chocolate , Olives ,
 .?Medium G. I.       ( occasional use )

Rice , wheat chapati , naan , Kulcha , white bread , Oat Bran, Dosa , Noodles , Pasta , cakes, biscuits, Potato Chips, Grapes, Mango, cheekoo, Banana, Pineapple, melon, Water-Melon ,Kiwi, figs, chocolate, Sugar Free Ice-cream ,
 ??High G. I.         ( Foods to Avoid )
?Buns , Bagel , Pizza , Garlic bread , French Fries, popcorn , puffed rice , Commercial Oats meal , Cornflakes , Dates , all soft drinks , Sugar , Jaggary , sweets , Glucose , Raisins

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