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Slimming Meal Plan

A simple outline of the plan

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Your Meal Plan For Healthy Weight Loss

When you are trying to lose weight you want to take in less energy (through food and drink) than your body uses up (in metabolism and activity). You also need to eat a variety of different foods from all the different food groups to make sure that you get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs to work properly.

This meal plan will help you to eat a balanced, healthy diet, while still losing weight. If you eat according to this plan you will get about 6000kj (1500 calories) of energy per day. If you are very tall, very active or very overweight, you may need to add in another snack or two when you first start this meal plan, so that you don’t get too hungry.
You should try to stick to the plan as closely as possible and make sure you don’t skip meals. Have breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and dessert.

 

What is GI and why is it important?

When you eat carbohydrates, your body breaks them down into glucose, which is a simple sugar. Different carbohydrate foods are broken down by the body at different rates.

GI stands for glycaemic index. It is a measure of how quickly carbohydrate foods are broken down into glucose. High GI carbohydrate foods are broken down quickly, causing a quick rise in blood glucose levels. Low GI carbohydrate foods are broken down more slowly, causing a slower and more sustained release of glucose into the bloodstream.

Eating low GI foods helps with weight loss, because they keep you feeling satisfied for longer. Try to mostly choose carbohydrates that are low GI.

The Glycemic Index, Sydney University Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGiRS) will help you find low GI foods.

 

 

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