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Food and Health, Part 9

beansLow Glycemic index foods (eat all you want):

  • natural sweeteners, agave nectar, stevia, xylitol
  • dark chocolate (70%)
  • mixed whole grain cereals
  • multi-grain bread
  • basmati or tai rice
  • multigrain pasta and noodles
  • quinoa, oats, millet, buckwheat
  • nicola potatoes
  • lentils, peas, beans
  • sweet potatoes, yams
  • oatmeal, muesli, All-bran, Special-K
  • fruit in its natural state, especially blueberries, cherries, raspberries
  • water flavored with lemon, thyme, or sage
  • unsweetened green tea
  • one glass of red wine a day with a meal
  • garlic, onions, shallots

Avoiding candy and snacks between meals is important because without balancing food they raise insulin levels, triggering inflammation.


This post is part of our Food and Health lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:





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