Christmas is truly the toughest season to stick to a healthy diet.
Healthy dish is difficult to find, as a consequence of enticing juicy meats and goodies overall.
The solution? Go on a low glycemic index (GI) diet including healthier versions of these indulgences, available at FairPrice.
A tool measuring how quick carbohydrates affect your blood sugar levels, GI ranks carbohydrate-rich foods like bread, pasta and fruits from zero to 100.
While higher GI foods cause blood sugar to and fall rapidly, lower GI ones are digested and released inside of a steady manner, making use of your body’s metabolism to stabilise glucose levels and appetite hormones.
With lower GI foods, hazards of stroke, heart attack, blindness, kidney failure and diabetes are reduced, far better heart health and sports performance is possible.
(Also read: What you ought to Be informed on Rice, Sugar, the Glycaemic Index & Diabetes)
FAIRPRICE’S LOW GI PIZZAS
Eating healthy is not to mean only eating salads.
Developed together with Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Applied Science and NTUC Foodfare, FairPrice’s Low GI Pizzas are guilt-free indulgences.
Packing zero trans-fat and low sodium levels, these pizzas only have Quarter-hour within the oven and they can be served.
The thick-crust, six-inch pizzas ($6.95) are available Mexican Chicken, Tuna Miso and Tom Yum Chicken flavours.
The thin-crust, nine-inch ones ($10.95)are available Beef Bulgogi, Ratatouille and Spinach & Mushroom flavours.
(Also read: The Foolproof Solution to Make Cauliflower Pizza)
FAIRPRICE’S LOW GI MULTIGRAIN BREAD 400G
Velvety in texture and nutty in flavour, FairPrice’s low GI Multigrain Bread 400g ($2.70 a loaf) is actually a breakfast staple which goes beautifully with FairPrice’s Coconut oil Spread 500g.
Baked which includes a mixture of 12 fine grains and seeds including barley flakes, sunflower seeds and quinoa, the bread is reduced in sugar and even trans-fat free.
Available in any respect FairPrice supermarkets, the reduced GI Pizzas and Multigrain Bread 400g are halal and carry the Healthier Choice Symbol.
Most importantly, help prevent you from snacking by making you experience fuller, the actual ultimate Christmas wish become for anybody on a diet.
A version of this story first appeared on ww.tnp.sg on December 21, 2017, when using the headline “Diet-friendly festive indulgences with FairPrice’s Low GI Foods”.
(Also read: Roast Turkey Or Ham? The best way to Eat Smart This Christmas in order to avoid Festive Excess weight)