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"The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter" is a National Top 100 Best Seller and the most recommended book of its type by health professionals. It’s easy to see why!
These chain restaurant sites provide a nutrition analysis of their menu items to help you plan and balance fast food meals, whether you are dieting, controlling your blood sugar or eating healthy. We hope this information will help you make better decisions about balance, variety and moderation in your diet, and improve your overall control.
For over twenty years I ran a small exclusive catering business in New York City. One of my clients was an interior designer who decided to have a series of dinner parties to show off the décor in his new apartment to his top clients. And so, my mission impossible staff and I rallied uptown to carry out the order. To tell the truth the apartment was gorgeous but the kitchen, although sleek and beautiful, was not a cook’s kitchen.
Do you trust me? Do you believe me? What would you say if I told you that after nearly fifty-five years of being a PWD1 and at age sixty-five plus I have become a ballerina?
The glycemic index measures how fast a food is likely to raise your blood sugar. This can be helpful. For example, if your blood sugar is low and continuing to drop during exercise, you would prefer to eat a carb that will raise your blood sugar quickly. On the other hand, if you would like to keep your blood sugar from dropping during a few hours of mild activity, you may prefer to eat a carb that has a lower glycemic index and longer action time. If your blood sugar tends to spike after breakfast, you may want to select a cereal that has a lower glycemic index.