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glycaemia

(ˌɡlaɪˈsiːmɪə) or

glycemia

n
(Medicine) the presence of glucose in blood
[C20: from glyco- + -aemia]
glycaemic, glycemic adj
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Also, since our studies on the DASH diet in the 1990s, I have continually been asked if it would make a difference if the carbs in the DASH diet had a low glycemic index rather than a high one.
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Glycemic index (GI) concept is used to illustrate this difference [1].
The concept of Glycemic Index (GI) was proposed in 1981 and refers to a numeric physiologic classification of carbohydrate rich foods as compared to a standard carbohydrate source (glucose) for which the GI value is set at 100.
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The concept of the glycemic index has entered the fabric of many diets in the last couple decades.
The glycemic index (GI) rates how fast foods turn into sugar.
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