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Starch Carbs, High Gi Carbs And Simple Carbs????


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Excerpt: What's the difference between these 3 or are they all the same, just called by different names? Can anyone give me some examples or list of foods/fruits containing Starchy carbs, hi GI carbs, and simple carbs? Now, while cutting, you should avoid Starchy carbs, hi GI carbs, and simple carbs except for post work-out right? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Question Starch Carbs, High Gi Carbs And Simple Carbs????

    What's the difference between these 3 or are they all the same, just called by different names?

    Can anyone give me some examples or list of foods/fruits containing Starchy carbs, hi GI carbs, and simple carbs?

    Now, while cutting, you should avoid Starchy carbs, hi GI carbs, and simple carbs except for post work-out right? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Have a look here

    you'll learn all that you ever wanted to know about low/high GI and simple/complex carbs
    If you don't shut your fucking mouth, I will kill you.

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    To those wanting the best GI list around, the American Journal of Clincical Nutrion has just released a new revised list showing the GI's of over 1300-1500 different types of foods, and the amounts used. I have yet to get this, but wanted to let eveybody know about it. I will probably head on over to the library to print it out sometime this summer.

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    Question

    Hey Mr. BMJ,

    Is it printed in a regular journal, or is it a supplement to the journal. I know my university library has that journal.......let me know, I would love to look at that list.

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    Originally posted by Anthrax
    Have a look here

    you'll learn all that you ever wanted to know about low/high GI and simple/complex carbs
    nice post bro----as always

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    Originally posted by MuscleDm
    Hey Mr. BMJ,

    Is it printed in a regular journal, or is it a supplement to the journal. I know my university library has that journal.......let me know, I would love to look at that list.

    Thanks
    Ryan
    I believe it is part of the July 2002 journal entry, so you should be fine when looking in your library. Here is the link of the abstract describing its material/info.

    http://www.ajcn.org/cgi/content/abstract/76/1/5

    As for online material, and to add on to ANTHRAX's suggestion, here is the link that I usually refer people to when wanting to learn more on the glycemic index...

    http://www.mendosa.com/gilists.htm

    Hopefully that helps ya out,

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    I ust read Antrax's posted site----informative

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