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Anyone know of any books that list the Glycemic Levels of Foods?

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Old 08-09-2003, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know of any books that list the Glycemic Levels of Foods?

I'm looking for a food index with the glycemic levels of foods. I know there's a website that has a list (www.medosa.com), but I would like a carry along book for everyday.

Any suggestions?

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Default Sorry, I mispelled the website name

It's www.mendosa.com

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The Sugar Busters book has a listing, and there is another one...I think it is called The Glucose Revolution that has a listing.
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