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nutrient dense diabetic friendly vegan foods

Eating plant-based foods can be a great way to improve nutrient density and reduce the amount of highly insulinogenic processed carbohydrates in your diet. This article looks at how we can optimize a plant-based diet for nutrient density as well as diabetic friendly by reducing insulin load. Finally, we will look at whether adding additional […]

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optimal foods for different goals

A number of attempts have been made to rank foods based on their nutrient density or some other measure. Useful parameters that can be used to optimal foods for different goals include: nutrient density / calorie, nutrient density / cost, nutrient density / weight, fibre / calorie, fibre / weight, calorie / weight, cost / […]

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Atkins versus the vegans

Dr Fung also noted that the Atkins approach often doesn’t work over the long term because things other than carbohydrates require insulin. The food insulin index data demonstrates that a number of high protein foods such as steak, cheddar cheese, white fish and tuna cause a significant insulin response even though they contain minimal carbohydrate. […]

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diet wars… which one is optimal?

This article summarises the  analysis of a range of dietary approaches to: understand whether a high-fat diet can provide optimal nutrition, and to identify common factors across a range of healthy dietary approaches. The table below shows the macro nutrient split of the approaches evaluated.  They are sorted by the total score for each of the […]

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