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Nutrition: What is the GI scale and what does it mean?

 The glycemic index or glycaemic index (GI) is a measure of how quickly blood glucose levels (i.e., blood sugar) rise after eating a particular type of food. Glycemic Index (GI) is a measurement carried out on carbohydrate-containing foods only and their impact on our blood sugar levels, this can help towards curing diebetes.  GI is a relatively new way of …

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What is the difference between good and bad fats and why do we need them?

As Ollie’s trainers explain at his Manchester Gym, It’s pretty simple when people talk about fats. Any good Manchester personal trainer will tell you that your body needs them to live, not only as they are a major energy source, but they also help your body to absorb vitamins and nutrients. Only certain fats are bad for you, this is …