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graemewh
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2005/07/30 13:17:24 (permalink)
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Fruit n FIbre

I understand about GI but didnt know wether Fruit n Fibre is Low GI I normally have oats but have swapped alternate days with a bowl of Fruit an dFibre with skimmed milk and a banana is this okay?
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    dirtyvest
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 13:33:06 (permalink)
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    I'm sure it's fine.... I prefere oats personally

    TBH I wouldn't get overly worried about GI and all that. So long as you are, on the whole, eating healthily and wholegrain fibrous food where you can, then you are on the right track.
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    graemewh
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 13:44:38 (permalink)
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    Thanks
    I had the omette I mixed it with chicken and tuna (to add the extra protein)and some peppers added . I havent had my fruit and fibre does it matter if I have it now (approx 1hour after the omlette)?
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 14:17:54 (permalink)
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    nah, you'll be fine, tho personally I'd have them together
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 14:19:42 (permalink)
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    Shall I wait as about to have another WHEY shake with water, and have the Cerela with that?
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 14:23:16 (permalink)
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    Could do. It is best to get a more complete breakfast, as youhave gone exyended time without food. What may have been wise,and what many do (tho not me, but not for any reason) is to have the whey on waking, then 30-60 mins later have a full breakfast, eggs, oats etc.
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 18:03:24 (permalink)
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    Mate the fruit and fibre would be high gi due to the raisains and bannas present in it the milk is medium gi as the fat lows down the release of sugrs
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    RE: Fruit n FIbre 2005/07/30 18:08:24 (permalink)
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    the reason i hate the GI ^^^^

    eat natural foods, combine them with other quality natural foods and you cant go too far wrong IMO

    most high GI natural foods have low GL, and those that dont are often consumed with low GI foods and fats that alter the absorption anyway
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