Odgovor Po avg 21, 2017 19:15

Glycemic Index vs Glycemic Load

Glycemic Index vs Glycemic Load

• How rapidly carbs are digested and released as glucose into the bloodstream is measured by the glycemic index or GI. The higher it is, the faster it will be released.
• Since 99% of the time, we eat mixed meals.. meals that contain all three macros.. meaning GI of individual foods has no real value.
• Glycemic Load depends on GI of nutrient, quantity of consumed carbs and other consumed makros.
Proteins and fats will lower the glycemic loa
d as you consume carbs. This means that if you consume a high GI carbohydrate along with some proteins &/or fats, the glycemic load will be lower, glucose released into the blood will be slower and the impact on your blood sugar level will be smaller when compared to consuming the pure carbs by itself

• The type and amount of carbs you consume have a major impact on your ability to perform and recover

• Your body type, principle, duration, and intensity of your training will ultimately dictate how much carbs you need.
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