In questo video approfondiamo con qualche esempio i concetti di indice glicemico e carico glicemico.
Spesso vengono confusi tra loro ma la differenza tra i due termini è notevole ed è importante comprenderla.
Vedremo come preparare pasti con un basso carico glicemico associando cibi a differente indice glicemico.
Inoltre vedremo come cosa influenza l’indice glicemico di un alimento e quando è utile assumere cibi ad alto indice glicemico.
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