How does the Don’t Go Hungry Diet compare to low-GI diets?
When you follow my strategy and eat a large variety of mainly whole foods, especially vegetables and fruit, the glycaemic index (GI) of your overall diet tends to be low. In this way, you benefit from the scientifically validated advantages of a low-GI diet based on unprocessed foods. In addition, you get the health benefits of the myriad unprocessed foods that happen to have a high GI. To read more about The Don't Go Hungry Diet and GI, click here.
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"Hi Amanda, I would just like to thank you for all of your guidance via the book, emails and seminar which helped me to lose 7kg in order to fit into my wedding dress and feel fantastic on the day. Unexpectedly, I have also fallen pregnant (Due June 11th). I am trying my hardest to stick with your advice of eating what I feel like when I need it and so far have not experienced any wierd cravings except for the need of more carbs during the day. I am nervous about the challenge of losing the weight after pregnancy but keep telling myself that "I did it once so I can do it again!" Thanks again, Reagan"