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<ul><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 1/10</p><p>Juicing things to know</p><p>Low Glycemic Index Vegetables</p><p>http://www.southbeach-diet.info/low-carb-vegetables.php</p><p>http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-glycemic-index-diet-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.html </p><p>http://womenshealthfour.co/us/index.html?t202id=8358&amp;t202kw=</p><p>Garcinia Cambogia</p><p>Low Glycemic Index Vegetables</p><p>Low Glycemic Index Vegetables (under 20)</p><p> Asparagus</p><p> bean sprouts</p><p> beet greens</p><p> broccoli</p><p> cabbage</p><p> cauliflower</p><p> celery</p><p> cucumber</p><p> endive lettuce</p><p> mustard greens</p><p> radishes</p><p> spinach</p><p> swiss chard</p><p> watercress.</p><p>Medium Glycemic Index Vegetables (20-60)</p><p> Aubergine</p><p> beets</p><p> Brussles sprouts chives</p><p> collards</p><p> dandelion leaves</p><p> greens</p><p> kale</p><p> kohlrabi</p>http://www.southbeach-diet.info/low-carb-vegetables.phphttp://www.southbeach-diet.info/low-carb-vegetables.phphttp://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-glycemic-index-diet-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.htmlhttp://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-glycemic-index-diet-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.htmlhttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/index.html?t202id=8358&amp;t202kwhttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/index.html?t202id=8358&amp;t202kwhttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/offer1.phphttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/offer1.phphttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/offer1.phphttp://womenshealthfour.co/us/index.html?t202id=8358&amp;t202kwhttp://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/the-glycemic-index-diet-for-dummies-cheat-sheet.htmlhttp://www.southbeach-diet.info/low-carb-vegetables.php</li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 2/10</p><p> leeks</p><p> okra</p><p> onions</p><p> parsley</p><p> peas peppers</p><p> pimento</p><p> pumpkin</p><p> rutabagas</p><p> string beans</p><p> turnips</p><p>High Glycemic Index Vegetables (over 60)</p><p> Artichokes</p><p> carrot</p><p> corn</p><p> dried beans</p><p> lima beans</p><p> oyster plant</p><p> parsnips</p><p> potato</p><p> squash</p><p> sweet potato</p><p> yam.</p><p>Learn how the South Beach Diet Online site will help you to lose weight! Click here.</p><p>Low glycemic load foods</p><p>https://www.google.com/#q=Low+glycemic+load+foods+</p><p>http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htm</p><p>http://lowglycemicload.com/</p><p>http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glycemic-index-diet/MY00770</p><p>http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/31/12/2281.long</p><p>http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/76/1/5.full</p>http://www.southbeach-diet.info/out.phphttp://www.southbeach-diet.info/out.phphttps://www.google.com/#q=Low+glycemic+load+foodshttps://www.google.com/#q=Low+glycemic+load+foodshttp://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htmhttp://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htmhttp://lowglycemicload.com/http://lowglycemicload.com/http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glycemic-index-diet/MY00770http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glycemic-index-diet/MY00770http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/31/12/2281.longhttp://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/31/12/2281.longhttp://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/76/1/5.fullhttp://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/76/1/5.fullhttp://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/76/1/5.fullhttp://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/31/12/2281.longhttp://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glycemic-index-diet/MY00770http://lowglycemicload.com/http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/Glycemic_index_and_glycemic_load_for_100_foods.htmhttps://www.google.com/#q=Low+glycemic+load+foodshttp://www.southbeach-diet.info/out.php</li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 3/10</p><p>The complete list of the glycemic index and glycemic load for more than 1,000 foods can be found in the</p><p>article "International tables of glycemic index and glycemic load values: 2008" by Fiona S. Atkinson</p><p>https://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more</p><p>+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and</p><p>+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinson</p><p>http://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/sites/default/files/Fcd/documents/glycemic_index.pdf</p><p>http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_index.html</p><p>International Tables of Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load Values: 2008</p><p>Diabetes Care Atkinson et al. 31: 2281</p><p>Online-Only Appendix</p><p>Files in this Data Supplement:</p><p> Supplemental Table</p><p> Supplemental Table</p><p> Supplemental Material</p><p>Veggies to help slow insulin response</p><p>http://www.livestrong.com/article/402490-list-of-the-right-vegetables-for-diabetes/</p><p>http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2010/02/diet-juices-cantaloupe-ginger-cucumber.html</p><p>http://www.livestrong.com/article/409234-the-best-veggies-for-diabetics/ </p><p>THE BEST VEGGIES FOR DIABETICS</p><p>The American Diabetes Association plainly states that diabetics should eat more vegetables. Vegetablesare naturally low in calories, are slowly digested and rich in disease-fighting antioxidants -- making them amust for any healthy diabetic meal plan. However, not all veggies are created equal. Choosing these fourbest veggies for diabetics can help manage your blood sugar levels and reduce diabetic complications</p><p>Broccoli</p><p>Okra</p>https://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttp://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/sites/default/files/Fcd/documents/glycemic_index.pdfhttp://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/sites/default/files/Fcd/documents/glycemic_index.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_index.htmlhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_index.htmlhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_2.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_2.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1239_ReferencesAppendixTables.dochttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1239_ReferencesAppendixTables.dochttp://www.livestrong.com/article/402490-list-of-the-right-vegetables-for-diabetes/http://www.livestrong.com/article/402490-list-of-the-right-vegetables-for-diabetes/http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2010/02/diet-juices-cantaloupe-ginger-cucumber.htmlhttp://www.livestrong.com/article/409234-the-best-veggies-for-diabetics/http://www.livestrong.com/article/409234-the-best-veggies-for-diabetics/http://www.livestrong.com/article/409234-the-best-veggies-for-diabetics/http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2010/02/diet-juices-cantaloupe-ginger-cucumber.htmlhttp://www.livestrong.com/article/402490-list-of-the-right-vegetables-for-diabetes/http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1239_ReferencesAppendixTables.dochttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_2.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_1.pdfhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2584181/bin/dc08-1239_index.htmlhttp://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/sites/default/files/Fcd/documents/glycemic_index.pdfhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinsonhttps://www.google.com/#q=The+complete+list+of+the+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+for+more+than+1%2C000+foods+can+be+found+in+the+article+%22International+tables+of+glycemic+index+and+glycemic+load+values%3A+2008%22+by+Fiona+S.+Atkinson</li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 4/10</p><p>Vegetables fall into two groups: starchy and non-starchy.</p><p>Starchy vegetables are higher in carbohydrates and raise blood glucose levels more easily.</p><p>Non-starchy vegetables are the best choice for a diabetic meal plan</p><p>Vegetables add bright colors, flavors and textures to your diet. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, water,dietary fiber, phytochemicals and antioxidants and contribute to a healthy diet. Vegetables are generallylow in calories and carbohydrates, making them an excellent option for diabetics</p><p>Dark Leafy Greens</p><p>Leafy greens include</p><p>spinach,</p><p>kale,</p><p>broccoli,</p><p>asparagus,</p><p>Brussels sprouts,</p><p>arugula,</p><p>mustard or collard greens,</p><p>romaine lettuce</p><p>and chard.</p><p>Rich in calcium, vitamins A, B, C and K, magnesium, iron, protein, potassium and dietary fiber, dark leafygreens are perfect for a diabetic diet.</p><p>Each of these vegetables contains approximately 5 g of carbohydrates per serving, with a serving equalto 1 cup raw or a cup cooked vegetables. Eating a mixed green salad before or with your meal is agood way to incorporate leafy greens into your diabetic meal plan.</p><p>Tomato</p><p>A cup serving of tomatoes is equivalent to 4 g of carbohydrates. Eat them raw, pureed, stewed, juicedor in a sauce; all tomato-based products are low in carbohydrates. When purchasing tomato-basedproducts, be sure to choose "no sugar added" or "low sodium" varieties.</p><p>Tomatoes contain lycopene, a potent antioxidant known to help fight disease. Tomatoes are also rich inpotassium, phosphorus, calcium, vitamin A, C and K, folate and dietary fiber. A cup serving oftomatoes is equivalent to 4 g of carbohydrates</p></li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 5/10</p><p>Bell Peppers</p><p>Bell peppers are available in a rainbow of colors, including yellow, red, orange, green and purple.Containing only 3 g of carbohydrates per cup serving, peppers are sweet, juicy and bursting with flavor.</p><p>Bell peppers are packed with vitamin A and C, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and dietary fiber. Addthem to a stir fry, flavor your favorite food with them, grill for a colorful side dish or simply munch on crisppeppers for a low-carb snack.</p><p>Calciferous Vegetables</p><p>Calciferous vegetables include</p><p>red or green cabbage,</p><p>bok choy,</p><p>broccoli,</p><p>cauliflower,</p><p>artichoke</p><p>and Brussels sprouts</p><p>Calciferous vegetables contain sulfur compounds that make them pungent and bitter. Sulfur compoundsconfer potential carcinogen-fighting effects in the body. Calciferous vegetables include red or greencabbage, bok choy, broccoli, cauliflower, artichoke and Brussels sprouts. Calciferous vegetables provide5 g of carbohydrates per serving and are rich sources of vitamin C and K, iron, potassium, folate, calcium,dietary fiber and phytochemicals. Eat them raw or lightly steamed.</p><p>Allium</p><p>allium family are pungent and flavorful. Are allium vegetables known for their antibacterial properties</p><p>Garlic,</p><p>onion,</p><p>leeks,</p><p>chives,</p><p>scallions</p><p>and shallots</p></li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 6/10</p></li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 7/10</p><p>that stomp on any food cravings and leave you feeling nourished, hydrated and well. Experiment</p><p>with juicing different flavor combos of fruits and veggies and you may find that what you think</p><p>is "dieting" is actually part of a wellness-based lifestyle. And soon "dieting" becomes more</p><p>fun than dreadful...and not dieting at all</p><p>Diet Juice #1: Cantaloupe Ginger</p><p>1 cantaloupe</p><p>1-2 Tbsp of raw ginger</p><p>Wash cantaloupe well. Slice.</p><p>Slice of outer rind.</p><p>You can juice the cantaloupe with or without the seeds. I juiced it with the seeds and loved it. It</p><p>is a tad sweeter without the seeds.</p><p>Juice in the ginger as well.</p><p>Serve or chill.</p><p>Calories: about 160-200 calories per cantaloupe</p><p>this recipe makes about 20 ounces total, serves 2-3 people</p><p>calories per 8 ounces: about 80 calories</p><p>Nutrients: high in vitamin A, C and potassium</p><p>Diet Juice #2 Cucumber Mint Lemon</p><p>1 large cucumber</p><p>organic, non-waxed pref'd</p><p>a handful of fresh mint leaves</p><p>1/2 lemon</p><p>Juice the cucumber with skin.</p><p>Juice the mint as well.</p><p>Squeeze in 1/2 lemon juice.</p><p>Stir. Serve as is, or overcoconut water ice cubesor chill for later.</p><p>Garnish with fresh mint leaves and a stick of cucumber.optional: a pinch of sea salt stirred in.</p><p>Calories: about 45-50 calories per recipe</p><p>this recipe makes about 14 ounces total, serves 1-2 people</p><p>calories per 7 ounces: about 25 calories</p><p>Nutrients: high in vitamin K, C and potassium</p>http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/04/coconut-water-ice-cubes-best-smoothie.htmlhttp://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/04/coconut-water-ice-cubes-best-smoothie.htmlhttp://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/04/coconut-water-ice-cubes-best-smoothie.htmlhttp://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/04/coconut-water-ice-cubes-best-smoothie.html</li><li><p>7/27/2019 Juicing Things to Know</p><p> 8/10</p><p>Diet Juice #3: Spicy Jicama Pear Carrot</p><p>3/4 cup jicama juice</p><p>*about 1 cup chopped, peeled jicama1/2 sweet ripe pear</p><p>*I used a bosc pear</p><p>2 medium carrots</p><p>*about 6" long and thin, the kind with the stems attached</p><p>1 tsp raw ginger</p><p>opt'l cayenne pepper on top</p><p>Peel the jicama, juice as much of it until you have about 3/4 cup of it.</p><p>Juice in 1/2 pear, 2 medium carrots, and the ginger.</p><p>Stir and serve.This juice has a very unique flavor - dry and rooty with a hint of sweetness from the pear and</p><p>carrots.</p><p>I added a nice sprinkling of cayenne on top to increase the spiciness.</p><p>Calories: about 130 calories per recipe (jicama=45 calories, carrots=40 calories, pear=45</p><p>calories)</p><p>this recipe makes about 14 ounces total, serves 1-2 people</p><p>calories per 7 ounces: about 65 calories</p><p>Nutrients: rich in vitamin A, C and potassium</p><p>Straight-Up Jicama Juice (with a bit of leftover cucumber/mint):</p><p>green juice high in water content and low in sugar</p><p>http://tdn.com/lifestyles/juicing-beware-of-blood-sugar-levels/article_1ef6eb00-8974-11e1-</p><p>9034-0019bb2963f4.html</p><p>http://prevention.stanford.edu/word-pdf/Pre-Diabetes%20Recommendations.pdf</p><p>http://results.active.com/?int=29-107-1</p>http://tdn.com/lifestyles/juicing-beware-of-blood-sugar-levels/article_1ef6eb00-8974-11e1-9034-0019bb2963f4.htmlhttp://tdn.com/lifestyles/juicing-beware-of-blood-sugar-levels/article_1ef6eb00-8974-11e1-9034-0019bb2963f4.htmlhttp://tdn.com/lifestyles/juicing-beware-of-blood-sugar-levels/article_1ef6eb00-8974-11e1-9034-0019bb2963f4.htmlhttp://prevention.stanford.edu/word-pdf/Pre-Diabetes%20Recommendations.pdfhttp://prevention.stanford.edu/word-pdf/Pre-Diabetes%20Recommendations.pdfhttp://results.active.com/?int=29-107-1http://results.active.com/?int=29-107-1http://results.active.com/?int=29-107-1http://prevention.stanford.edu/word-pdf/Pre-Diabetes%20Recommendations.pdfhttp://tdn.com/lifestyles/juicing-beware-of...</li></ul>