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Is the glycaemic index the ideal parameter?


, : Is the glycaemic index the ideal parameter?. International Clinical Nutrition Review 9(1): 10-13

Diets high in carbohydrate have proved to be the most useful in the dietary treatment of diabetes mellitus. The glycaemic index of such foods can be used to plan the diets of patients with diabetes and/or hyperlipoproteinaemia. It assumes, however, that foods are consumed alone.

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