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#1
Hi, just starting out on my low GI diet. Can anyone tell me if the following are ok?

I am trying to avoid dairy for medical reasons so searching for alternatives!

Coconut Milk (I'm not a fan of soya milk and I believe rice milk is not GI friendly)
Alpro Soya Dessert
Spelt & Honey Bread (sugar & wheat free)
Pasta made with spelt flour and eggs

Think that's it for now....

Thank you
 
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Maintaing LT loss on GL
S: 21st0lb C: 12st12lb G: 12st12lb BMI: 27.4 Loss: 8st2lb(38.78%)
#2
shakenomore said:
Hi, just starting out on my low GI diet. Can anyone tell me if the following are ok?

I am trying to avoid dairy for medical reasons so searching for alternatives!

Coconut Milk (I'm not a fan of soya milk and I believe rice milk is not GI friendly)
Alpro Soya Dessert
Spelt & Honey Bread (sugar & wheat free)
Pasta made with spelt flour and eggs

Think that's it for now....

Thank you
I know that creamed coconut is low GL but I imagine as for any milk, limit the amount used over the course of the day.
Spelt flour is a medium GL food.
I'm not sure about the alpro soya dessert but I imagine it has a sugar content and the amount used should be limited. I tend to use fruit and yoghurt for desserts usually.
Google SusanJane Murray for some great recipes for food intolerances.
 
S: 14st5lb C: 10st4lb G: 9st12lb BMI: 24.7 Loss: 4st1lb(28.36%)
#4
That Spelt bread sounds yum - where did u buy it?
 
#5
It is delicious. I think it might be limited to the area I live in (Cavan) as it is made by Cully's Bakery. Lovely and moist with a hint of sweetness.
 


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