you are probably familiar with the term Glicemic Index (GI). And with
understanding, the diet will be more easily executed. Glicemic Index
(GI) is a measure of the impact of carbohydrates on blood sugar
levels. With the low GI of a carbohydrate, then the food will be much
longer processed by the body so that glucose levels in the blood can
be maintained within normal limits. Conversely, a high GI foods will
make glucose in the blood rise sharply and fell sharply as well. In
short, low GI foods will make the stomach feel full longer. This is
certainly very good to avoid overeating. So how do I apply a low GI
diet? In the event brunch with Soy Joy, Rina Poerwadi, founder of Mom
Can Cook explained that the breakfast and snack has an important role
in this diet. Rina recommend not to leave the breakfast even though
you're busy. Choose a diet containing low GI breakfast such as
spaghetti, macaroni, vegetables, full cream milk, apple or cherry.
During this time many people who make the snack as a scapegoat for
weight gain. In fact, according to Rina, a good snack will help you
lose weight by reducing calorie intake.

Snacks are best done on the sidelines of a breakfast with lunch and
lunch with dinner. Snack time is usually at 10.00 and 15.00. Well, to
snack, you should also consume snacks with low GI. This will be very
useful when the time comes a big meal. "If you want to snack (snack)
do not wait for hungry first. By intuition, if famine, it will
carelessly (choose foods) and tend to choose (food), a high GI," said
Rina Poerwadi. One option is a low GI snack with Soy Joy. With GI
levels 23 to 28 (depending on flavor) and calories as many as 140 kcal
per one bar (30 grams), fruit soy bar on this one could be the right
choice in addition to eating fruits.