The GL Diet For Dummies
Part I: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: Introducing GL: Healthy Eating in the Real World.
Chapter 2: Checking Out the Science behind GL.
Chapter 3: Starting Your Low-GL Plan.
Part II: Shopping and Eating Out.
Chapter 4: Cruising with Confidence: Low-GL Shopping and Eating on the Run.
Chapter 5: Table for Two? Eating Out GL-Style.
Part III: Morning to Night Recipes.
Chapter 6: Starting Your Day with a Low-GL Breakfast.
Chapter 7: Doing Lunch: Low-GL Lunches at Home and on the GO.
Chapter 8: Delectable Dinners: Low-GL Suppers and Ideas for Entertaining.
Chapter 9: Just Desserts: Virtuous Low-GL Puddings.
Chapter 10: Smart Snacks: Low-GL Quick Bites and Healthy Nibbles.
Part IV: Optimising GL.
Chapter 11: Replacing Common Ingredients with GL-friendly Alternatives.
Chapter 12: Placing GL in the Healthy Living Jigsaw.
Chapter 13: Medical Benefits of the GL Diet.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 14: Ten Reasons for Eating the Low-GL Way.
Chapter 15: Ten Best GL Web Sites.
Chapter 16: Ten GL-Savvy Food Swaps.
Appendix: A–Z List of Low-GL Foods.
In 2003 Nigel set up his own Nutrition consultancy, delivering a clinical service to Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte’s Hospital Women’s Health Clinic and the International Eating Disorders Centre in Buckinghamshire as well as acting as Nutrition Consultant for the Childbase Children’s Nursery Group.
Nigel also runs his own private practice in Harley Street, specialising in Weight Management, PMS / Menopause and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Nigel works extensively with the media, writing for the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Zest, Essentials, and various other consumer magazines. His work in radio and television includes BBC and ITN news programmes, Channel 4’s Fit Farm, BBC Breakfast, and BBC Real Story.He is the author of Nutrition For Dummies.
Sue Baic is a Lecturer in Nutrition and Public Health in
the Department of Exercise and Health Sciences at Bristol
University. She has a first degree from Bristol University followed
by a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from London University.
Sue is a Registered Dietitian (RD) with over 15 years’
experience in the field of nutrition and health in the NHS and as a
freelance consultant. She feels strongly about providing nutrition
information to the public that is evidence based, up to date,
unbiased, and reliable.
As a member of the public relations committee of the British Dietetic Association she has written for the media on a variety of nutrition related health issues. Sue lives in Bristol and spends her spare time running up and down hills in the Cotswolds in an attempt to get fit. She is the author of Nutrition For Dummies.