GI

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AcronymDefinition
GIGovernment Issue (as in GI Joe)
GIGet(s) It
GIGeneral Information
GIGibraltar
GIGastrointestinal
GIGeophysical Institute
GIGeographical Indications
GIGießen (Germany; auto license number plate)
GIGlycemic Index
GIGrand Island (Nebraska)
GIGame Informer (video game magazine)
GIGoogle It
GIGlobal Illumination (graphic art)
GIGilligan's Island (TV show)
GIGovernment Issued (gaming clan)
GIGateway Integration
GIGauge-Invariant
GIGoethe-Institut
GIGeospatial Information
GIGas Industry
GIGlobal Initiative
GIGender Imbalance
GIGlycemic Impact (diet)
GIGeospatial Intelligence (National System for Geospatial Intelligence)
GIGeneral Investigation
GIGeneral Issue
GIGasherbrum I (26,470 ft. mountain near Pakistan-China)
GIGender Incongruence
GIGeneral Instruction
GIGeneral Intelligence
GIGalvanized Iron
GIGranuloma Inguinale (aka: Donovanosis)
GIGlobal Infrastructure
GIGranulomatous Inflammation (chronic inflammation)
GIGlobal Industries
GIGaruda Indonesia (airline)
GIGeneral Inspection
GIGeneral Increase
GIGraded-Index
GIGreenpeace International
GIGrey Iron
GIG Protein, Alpha-Inhibiting
GIGeneral Illumination (pinball machine lights)
GIGuard Impact (video game)
GIGreen Index
GIGuest Investigator
GIGuitar Institute
GIGeneral Infantry
GIGeneral Infantry (less common)
GIGunnery Instructor (various armed forces)
GIGlossopharyngeal Insufflation (physiology)
GIGuaranteed Insurability (insurance)
GIGeninfo Identifier
GIGlobal Internet Symposium
GIGesellschaft für Informatik eV
GIGas Injector
GIGuest Informant
GIGlobal Imager
GIGeneral Instruments Corporation
GIGeographically Impossible
GIGenuine Ilocano (Filipino from Ilocos Province)
GIGlobal Indexing System
GIGeneral Inductee
GIGegenschein Imager
GIGlobal Instruments, Inc.
GIGelbray International
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The alpha-amylase inhibitor properties of Phase 2 white kidney bean extract have been heavily studied with positive results in delaying the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, thereby lowering their glycemic impact.
According to the lead author of the study, which was presented at the 2013 Institute of Food Technologists annual meeting, regular exercise (at least 30 minutes, five days a week) can help improve glucose regulation, as can switching to a diet high in dietary fiber--more than 30 grams per day--and choosing foods with limited glycemic impact.
She called on the food industry to continue researching the best products for consumers with glucose tolerance issues, such as those foods with increased fiber and those with limited glycemic impact.
By comparison, Silk[R] Cultured Soy Vanilla, made with dehydrated cane juice giving it a high glycemic impact, has 150 calories and just 1 gram of fiber.
The laboratory test will be quicker and less expensive than the clinical tests currently in use to determine glycemic impact.
But some believe that the index is too basic a measure and advocate that glycemic load may be more helpful, since it also considers the amount eaten and the foods' context as part of the overall diet, thereby quantifying the potential glycemic impact of foods.
Actively, processors seek to include ingredients in formulations to tailor a food toward having a reduced glycemic impact.
and one of the world's leading clinical nutritionists, has helped develop a unique scientific method that substantiates the low glycemic impact of Atkins products to confirm the accuracy of Atkins net carbohydrate labeling claims for those who care to follow the "Atkins Nutritional Approach.
While the glycemic impact of a food has been a topic of research for more than 20 years, it has only recently emerged as a potential tool for consumer use, said Geil, who uses the GI as a nutrition therapy tool for select patients in her practice.
Foods made from sprouted whole grains are growing in popularity, especially among people with a sensitive digestive system, as they are low in glycemic impact and also have lower calories and higher nutritional value.
Benecarb, based on molasses phytonutrients, can reduce the glycemic impact of a broad range of everyday foods and beverages--with particular advantages in carbohydrate-rich formulations," said PLT's Mr.
Developed by NOW Foods/Healthco, Stevia FSE is an organic, enzyme-treated stevia sweetener with zero calories and a low glycemic impact.