Impotence foods to eat and avoid

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  • #5934

    Dallas
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    #5936

    Ruben

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    #5938

    Giovanni

    good idea to add cranberry juice to that list. it is very effective particularly for the urinary tract.

    #5940

    Cortez

    just bought a juicer and started juicing veggies…carrot/cucumber/apple etc…just been reading how carrot juice has a high glycemic index and just like fruit juice can lead to blood sugar spiking.. yet it’s recommended to be taken on a daily basis or when doing a juice fast…that just sucks big time. any thoughts on veg juices and carrot juices in particular?

    #5943

    Lupe

    last time I checked carrot juice has a low GI. Low GI = 55 or less

    Medium GI = 56 – 69 and High GI = 70 or more. depends on the source of carrots as well.

    well, i’m getting conflicitng information on that…i think i’ll reduce my carrot juice intake meanwile. half a glass rather than a full glass

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    http://www.pccnaturalmarkets.com/health/Diet/Glycemic_Index.htm

    what sort of carrots are those guys talking about? Is it raw carrots, cos these things have a very low GI, usually around 16. the GI of carrot juice (australian that is) is 43 and its GL is 5.7. anything with a GL < 10 is considered low GL.

    #5945

    Stewart

    last time I checked carrot juice has a low GI. Low GI = 55 or less

    Medium GI = 56 – 69 and High GI = 70 or more. depends on the source of carrots as well.

    well, i’m getting conflicitng information on that…i think i’ll reduce my carrot juice intake meanwile. half a glass rather than a full glass

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    http://www.pccnaturalmarkets.com/health/Diet/Glycemic_Index.htm

    what sort of carrots are those guys talking about? Is it raw carrots, cos these things have a very low GI, usually around 16. the GI of carrot juice (australian that is) is 43 and its GL is 5.7. anything with a GL < 10 is considered low GL.

    i’ve heard that argument but google around. some nutritionist say carrot juice has a high glycemic index some say it’s low

    #5946

    Roman

    last time I checked carrot juice has a low GI. Low GI = 55 or less

    Medium GI = 56 – 69 and High GI = 70 or more. depends on the source of carrots as well.

    well, i’m getting conflicitng information on that…i think i’ll reduce my carrot juice intake meanwile. half a glass rather than a full glass

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    http://www.pccnaturalmarkets.com/health/Diet/Glycemic_Index.htm

    what sort of carrots are those guys talking about? Is it raw carrots, cos these things have a very low GI, usually around 16. the GI of carrot juice (australian that is) is 43 and its GL is 5.7. anything with a GL < 10 is considered low GL.

    i’ve heard that argument but google around. some nutritionist say carrot juice has a high glycemic index some say it’s low

    I think I understand where the’re coming from.although many juices have a low GI, they also have a relatively high GL because of the amount of fruit it takes to make a glass of juice. so you can probably dilute the stuff or mix it with some vegetables or just have it as it is really. Its not like its going to kill you.

    #5948

    Nicky

    LOL i thought that was funny too, then i read the part that says

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    then it went on to say about how the blood may react to rising sugar levels

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    at that point i stopped thinking it was funny

    so instead of taking a full glass of carrot juice i decided to be juicining less of that then top it up with cucumber, beetroot etc.

    #5949

    Art

    I’m not grabbing all the past quotes. Post will be too heavy!

    Well like I said before, too much of ANYTHING is not good, including too much carrot juice. Have you seen photos of people’s skin turning an orange tint because they take too much Vitamin A or drink too much carrot juice? I’m pretty sure that too much vitamin A is toxic to the liver so one must be careful. That’s why I figure a 1/3 of a cup will not hurt as I’m getting a good and enough source of vitamin A and Beta Carotene too for my daily dose.

    What you are doing is smart-thinking by adding the beet and cucumber juice. Keeping the sugar content down is great!

    #5950

    Virgil

    my point exactly. i just love researching something before diving into it even if i read it from the forum. more fresh veg juice guidelines here…

    http://www.womanspassions.com/articles/598.html

    says also that it’s good to take some fat just after drinking carrot juice..

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    exactly what you were saying speedlimit..

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    now time for me to log off this computer, go home and make me some vegetable juice

    #5951

    Gail

    I agree with the both of you. Really good explanations and suggestions. Just wondering if that would be the case with things like cranberry juice. I buy a light version from ocean syrup-it tastes like battery acid by the way- and I drink 6 glasses of it per day- usually with my meals- around 240ml

    actually that carrot juice can make a perfect post-workout shake. I wonder how the chocolate will taste inside it though. My carro-choco-Mix.

    #5952

    Hai

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