Nutrition Coaching High Glycemic Carbs Alexandria VA

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Nutrition Coaching High Glycemic Carbs Alexandria VA

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“Before” Meal Plan

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 Key Points to Consider*

  1. Balance your macros in a 3:2:1 (Carbs:Protein:Fat) in terms of grams.
  2. Limit processed sugars to 35 grams per day.
  3. Get at least 160g of low glycemic carbs a day.
  4. Whole grain breads are processed from flour (which has a high glycemic index.)
  5. Watch for sugars in sauces.
  6. Be careful around pasta, bread, and ice cream (very high glycemic index)
  7. Cow milk is high in lactose, a form of sugar

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