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female_great_shapeSeeking optimum results in every facet of your life means that you’re very much aware of the vast number of health and performance enhancing products available to you.

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Massive  marketing campaigns present life changing stories and tell you that you absolutely must supplement with their particular product. It is confusing, with the result that we spend much more money than we need to in order to improve and maintain a healthy body.

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So, at Embla Global, we try to make it simple. You should:

  • Absolutely and definitely use an Arginine supplement for ensuring Nitric-Oxide supply to your entire body so that your body is unlikely to experience cardiovascular disease.
  • Encourage fat burning mode in your body with an Arginine formulation that maximizes hypothalamic Leptin receptor site sensitivity.
  • Protect yourself from free radical damage that is coincident to Nitric-Oxide production.

Our products, Cardio Care and Cardio Pro, were designed by experienced wellness coaches to give you maximum cardiovascular benefits, maximum cellular and free radical protection and maximum Leptin sensitivity for ensuring that your body stays in a fat-burning mode, and maximum muscle repair, enabling you to stay lean and trim.

These two products are the most complete and beneficial L-Arginine products on the market. You should choose them because they provide maximum nitric oxygen benefits, including Human Growth Hormone stimulation, coupled to protection and repair of your critically important cell membranes and receptor sites.

Whether you are an athlete or couch-potato, young adult or centenarian, our products are the right choice for putting Nitric-Oxide to work in your body, without fear of damage due to free radicals. If you are an athlete, Cardio Pro is the right choice for you, and for everyone else, Cardio Care is the product you should use.

 

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Glycemic Index Table -

Glycemic Index is an important consideration whenever choosing which foods to eat.

Avoid the Blood Sugar Level Spike that Causes Health Problems

High blood sugar levels are damaging to the cells of the body. The body will normally react very quickly (unless the pancreas are damaged) to get excess sugar (above 100) out of the blood. The reason the body reacts so swiftly to blood sugar level rise is that sugar causes glycation (cross-linking damage) of our proteins. Especially, this damage occurs to cell membranes. The result is that our cells don’t function correctly anymore. This is a significant cause of aging and disease. This is why diabetics statistically have reduced longevity and why diabetics have problems in so many disease areas — the proteins in diabetics’ bodies are constantly being damaged by sugar.

The main method that they body uses to get sugar levels down to safer levels is to convert the sugar to fat. This is why there is such a high degree of correlation between obesity and blood sugar levels.

Bottom line: A major effort at keeping our bodies functioning correctly is to keep our blood free of excess sugar. This is best done by eating smaller portions of food, eating low glycemic foods, and especially by focusing on good fat foods and good protein foods (these latter two are essentially ULTRA-Low or even zero rating glycemic foods).

a_glycemic-index-chartLow glycemic index foods promote a slow to moderate rise in blood sugar and insulin as they're digested.  Because of this, appetite is reduced and the body is actually encouraged to dissolve body fat.

There are great benefits associated with eating virtually exclusively low glycemic foods.

Along with eating protein and fat foods (Ultra Low Glycemic Index Foods), the benefits of eating low and very low glycemic foods include all of the following:

    • Reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity
    • Increased energy & improved metabolism
    • Weight loss
    • Prevents overeating & reduces hunger pains
    • Controls or moderates blood sugar, insulin and leptin levels

How To Interpret the Below Glycemic Index Table

  1. Foods that have a Glycemic index value of up to 40 are Very Low Glycemic Foods (below 20 is Ultra Low Glycemic Foods). These are normally smart foods to eat because they don’t raise blood sugar hardly at all. The only caveat is that a food can be low glycemic and high in total carbs (slow burning, but high total carb load). That could make it a food to eat only in moderation (unless you are very physically active) in spite of its low glycemic rating.
  2. Foods that have a Glycemic index value of between 41 to 55 are Low Glycemic Foods. These foods can be eaten in moderation. Having a diet with a large percentage of these foods would still be unwise.
  3. Foods that have a Glycemic index value between 55 to 70 are Moderate Glycemic Foods. They are best eaten with low or very low glycemic foods in order to help slow blood sugar release; and to eat no more than two servings per day of these foods.
  4. Foods that have a Glycemic value above 70 are High Glycemic Foods and should be eaten no more than one serving a few times per month and always at the same time with protein, fat or low and very low glycemic foods.

Glycemic Index of Cereals

Kellogg's All Bran 51
Kellogg's Bran Buds 45

Kellogg's Cornflakes 84
Kellogg's Rice Krispies 82

Kellogg's Special K 54
Oatmeal 49
Shredded Wheat 67
Quaker Puffed Wheat 67

Glycemic Index of Grains

Buckwheat 54
Bulgur 48

Basmati Rice 58
Brown Rice 55
Long grain White Rice 56
Short grain White Rice 72
Uncle Ben's Converted 44
Noodles (instant) 46

Taco Shells 68

Glycemic Index of Fruit

Apple 38
Avocado 0

Banana 55
Cantaloupe 65
Cherries 22
Grapefruit 25

Grapes 46
Kiwi 52
Mango 55
Orange 44

Papaya 58
Pear 38
Pineapple 66
Plum 39
Watermelon 103

Glycemic Index of
Vegetables

Beets 69
Broccoli 10
Cabbage 10

Carrots 49
Corn 55
Green Peas 48

Lettuce 10
Mushrooms 10
Onions 10

Parsnips 97
Potato (baked) 93
Potato (mashed, instant) 86

Potato (new) 62
Potato (french fries) 75
Red Peppers 10
Pumpkin 75
Sweet Potato 54

Glycemic Index of Beans

Baked Beans 48
Broad Beans 79
Cannellini Beans 31
Garbanzo Beans (Chickpeas) 33
Lentils 30

Lima Beans 32
Navy Beans 38
Pinto Beans 39

Red Kidney Beans 27
Soy Beans 18
White Beans 31

Glycemic Index of Pasta

Spaghetti 43
Ravioli (meat) 39
Fettuccini (egg) 32

Spiral Pasta 43
Capellini 45
Linguine 46
Macaroni 47

Rice vermicelli 58

Glycemic Index of Breads
inc. Muffins & Cakes

Bagel 72
Blueberry Muffin 59
Croissant 67

Donut 76
Pita Bread 57
Pumpernickel Bread 51
Rye Bread 76
Sour Dough Bread 52
Sponge Cake 46
Stone Ground Whole wheat bread 53

Waffles 76
White Bread 70
Whole Wheat Bread 69

Glycemic Index of Dairy

Cottage Cheese 0
Milk (whole) 22
Milk (skimmed) 32
Milk (chocolate flavored) 34

Ice Cream (whole) 61
Ice cream (low-fat) 50
Yogurt (low-fat) 33

Glycemic Index of Snacks

Almonds 13
Cashews 22
Chocolate Bar 49
Corn Chips 72
Jelly Beans 80

Peanuts 14
Popcorn 55
Potato Chips 55

Pretzels 83
Snickers Bar 41
Walnuts 15

Glycemic Index of Cookies

Graham Crackers 74
Kavli Crispbread 71

Melba Toast 70
Oatmeal Cookies 55
Rice Cakes 82
Rice Crackers 91

Ryvita Crispbread 69
Soda Crackers 74
Shortbread Cookies 64
Stoned Wheat Thins 67

Vanilla Wafers 77
Water crackers 78

Glycemic Index of Sugars

Fructose 23
Glucose 100
Honey 58
Lactose 46
Maltose 105
Sucrose 65

 

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