I have not, yet. When I do, I will stress the importance of a balanced, healthy diet of real food, not packaged and/or over processed food.
The doctor and nutritionist are the best resources; then, check out www.ChooseMyPlate.gov.
Yes it’s a very common question.
I stay within my scope of practice and will explain in very general terms the effects of high glycemic food sources and encourage my clients to eat “real foods”- nothing out of a box and to pay attention to their nutritional intake. I also suggest that they meet with a nutritionist and work on a plan together.
it depends in which context this question is asked. There are some diets out there for weight loss which use glycemic index as a recommendation for which foods to eat. For an evaluation of such a diet, I usually refer to a good internet source like this one: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glycemic-index-diet/MY00770
If the question comes in the context of diabetes treatment, I refer to the medical health care provider.
Hope this helps.
I agree with Karin (above). Unless you are a certified dietician, we are allowed to give general guidelines. A doctor or certified nutritionist can “Tell them” what to eat specifically.
However, I have worked with several clients that are”Pre-diabetic” and they have found great results with a rigorously tested and supported shake. in addition to exercise & working with their Doctor/nutritionist.
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