Yes, this is another GI book, and yes, it does tell you everything you need to know about sticking to a glycaemic index diet, plus it gives you tables for which foods are good, bad or just ok based on their GI value.
But what makes this book special from all the other GI books, is the recipes.
There are loads of them for a start (108 for those who like to be precise), and many are recipes that you might normally cook, just adapted to create a lower GI value.
You don’t have to be a chef to make the recipes, or live next to an exotic grocery store to find the ingredients, and you definitely don’t need to be on a diet to want to eat the finished product.
Anthony Worrall Thompson’s recipes in his GI Diet book are indeed special, not just for there low GI values, but also for how easy he makes creating wonderful meals.
For a sneaky peak at some of the recipes included in Anthony Worrall Thompson’s GI Diet, and a sample of how using some of these recipes can help you stick to a low calorie, low GI diet, view our 7 day GI Diet Menu.