Preparing Glycemic Index Recipes

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Using the glycemic index as a reference in preparing your meals is a lot simpler than you think. The optimal method would be to minimize the usage of sweeteners and avoid using foods with high GI value in preparing your glycemic index recipes. Including various foods with low GI value into your recipes can ensure you have healthier meals. A properly organized GI diet plan can help improve your bodys level of energy and it can also help you lose weight.

For instance, glycemic index recipes for your breakfast may include oats with low GI yogurt and fresh fruits. You can also have omelet with onion, green peppers, tomato and ham. There are lots of other breakfast recipes that you can prepare for yourself if you really want to follow a low GI diet. For your lunch, your meals may contain lean meat, fresh vegetables and fresh fruits for your salad or dessert.

For your dinner, make sure to opt for a light meal to make it easier to digest. Baked fish and vegetable or fruit salad would be great. But take note that the most important thing is to maintain the balance on the amount of carbohydrates. Aside from that, you should also have your snack in between your meals. Instead of having corn chips or any other unhealthy snacks, you may have fresh fruit or vegetable slices instead. You can also have dried fruits, cheese and crackers if you want.

To increase the flavor and variety of your glycemic index recipes, you may add endives, celery, olives, mushrooms, parsley, hot peppers, scallions, radish, tomatillos and watercress into it. You can also add almost all types of green herbs like thyme, dill, basil and chives.

Here is a sample recipe that you can try:

Oatmeal Pancakes

Ingredients: cup of Scottish oatmeal, 1 cup of whole wheat flour, 2 tsp. of baking powder, tsp. of baking soda, 1 tsp. of salt, 2 large eggs, 1 cups of buttermilk and cup of melted butter.

Procedure: mix all the dry ingredients like oatmeal, baking soda, flour and salt. Add the melted butter, beaten eggs and buttermilk. Mix all these ingredients until they are smooth. You can add more buttermilk if you think that the mixture is too thick. Leave the mixture for an hour. Heat the pan with melted butter and spoon the mixture into it.

Low glycemic index recipes are not boring to work on and this pancake can be a great addition to your breakfast. There are lots of other great recipes like grilled tofu with cold spicy noodles or Japanese vegetable salads. You can also try experimenting and creating your own recipes but make sure that you have the right ingredients with you.

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