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Posted by: Marike | 2010-10-04

Low GI cereals

Hi Doc,

I am so tired of eating all bran - is there any other low GI cereals out there? Something with a little more taste perhaps?

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Dear Marike
According to The SA Glycemic Index & Load Guide the following cereals are low-GI and may taste better: Wholewheat Pronutro (apple bake and original) by Bokomo, SPP Instameal, Muesli (mixed berry or apple & cinnamon or orange & spices by Nature's Source or Vital or Morning Harvest by Bokomo), Up 'n Go by Bokomo (vanilla and chocolate), stiff or crumbly mealiemeal porridge that has been cooked and cooled, Oats-so-Easy (natural flavour by Jungle), semolina or Taystee wheat, and Soya Life porridge. Also keep in mind that by adding low-fat milk and or dried fruit or berries to most other breakfast cereals and porridges, you can lower the GI of the meal. You can buy The SA Glycemic Index & Load Guide by visiting The Glycemic Index Foundation of SA at: www.gifoundation.com
Enjoy
DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2010-10-04

Dear Marike
According to The SA Glycemic Index & Load Guide the following cereals are low-GI and may taste better: Wholewheat Pronutro (apple bake and original) by Bokomo, SPP Instameal, Muesli (mixed berry or apple & cinnamon or orange & spices by Nature's Source or Vital or Morning Harvest by Bokomo), Up 'n Go by Bokomo (vanilla and chocolate), stiff or crumbly mealiemeal porridge that has been cooked and cooled, Oats-so-Easy (natural flavour by Jungle), semolina or Taystee wheat, and Soya Life porridge. Also keep in mind that by adding low-fat milk and or dried fruit or berries to most other breakfast cereals and porridges, you can lower the GI of the meal. You can buy The SA Glycemic Index & Load Guide by visiting The Glycemic Index Foundation of SA at: www.gifoundation.com
Enjoy
DietDoc

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