Globe & Mail Reports Low GI Diets-- Like the Acubalance Fertility Diet--Are Better for Maintaining Weight Loss and Health

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Globe & Mail Reports Low GI Diets-- Like the Acubalance Fertility Diet--Are Better for Maintaining Weight Loss and Health

As we all know, losing weight isn’t the hardest part of dieting – though it’s hard enough! The hardest part is stopping those pounds from coming back. A new study described in the Globe & Mail entitled, “How to Keep the Pounds Off with the Right Diet” reveals the best diet for maintaining weight loss: is a low glycemic (GI) one, just like the Acubalalance Fertility Diet we promote in our clinic.

The study looks at three kinds of diets: low fat, low carb and low GI (slow carb) and shows that a low fat diet is the worst one to follow if you’re trying to maintain your weight loss. Though both the low carb and low GI (slow carb) diet did a much better job of helping people stay slim, the low carb diet also had potentially harmful side effects.

A low carb diet increases the stress hormone cortisol—which causes your body to store fat. In addition, people on a low carb diet have higher levels of the inflammatory chemical C-reactive hormone—a substance that puts you at risk for a host of diseases, including heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
The best diet for long-term weight loss and overall health is a low GI diet. Our Acubalance Fertility Diet is a low GI, slow carbs, whole food, anti-inflammatory diet, perfect for getting healthy, slowing your biological clock and staying slim. What’s not to like?

To get started on our diet, and weightloss program, click here.

For more information on the study, read the Globe & Mail.

Acubalance now sells PGX Fibre Sticks recommended by Dr. OZ  


Dr. OZ: recently recommended PGX fibre sticks to help with weight loss. This is the same fibre that Dr. Mark Hyman discusses in his book The Blood Sugar Solution.
According to Dr. Hyman, “Glucomannan (GM) is a soluble, fermentable, and highly viscous dietary fiber that comes from the root of the elephant yam, also known as konjac (Amorphophallus konjac or Amorphophallus rivieri), native to Asia.”

The konjac tuber has been used for centuries as an herbal remedy and to make traditional foods such as konjac jelly, tofu and noodles... Noodles made from the konjac root have been a part of Chinese and Japanese cuisine for centuries and are carb and calories free. Watch our weekly recipes newsletter for upcoming recipes for these “miracle” noodles.

PGX sticks are made from glucomannan, which has been shown to help boost weight loss, reduce blood cholesterol levels and normalize blood sugar levels.

Now Acubalance carries PGX granule sticks and Glucosmart capsules to help women regulate their insulin and blood sugar for easier weight loss. Go to our store to order them.


PGX has been found to:

•    Normalize and stabilize blood sugar
•    Lower insulin secretion
•    Improve insulin sensitivity
•    Lower after-meal blood sugar levels
•    Reduce  the glycemic index of meals
•    Control appetite for healthy weight loss
•    Burn body fat
•    Balance cholesterol and reducing triglycerides
•    Improve regularity


Considerations when taking PGX

•    PGX expands to hold many times its weight in water so you need to drink LOTS of water when using PGX — at least 250 mL (8 oz) of water per 2.5 grams (2-3 soft gels). Make certain that it’s actual fresh water — not drinks such as coffee or alcohol that can cause you to lose water.
•    Eat smaller amounts of food regularly and take PGX according to label directions.
•    If taking other medication, take them at least one hour prior or two hours after taking PGX.
•    PGX can be used along with insulin or diabetes drugs but people with diabetes must monitor their blood glucose and adjust their medications accordingly as PGX helps control blood glucose and may over time lessen the need for insulin or other diabetes medication.
•    People with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes should work closely with their prescribing health care practitioner.
•    Anyone on a large number of medications that need to be taken with food should discuss PGX with a health care practitioner.
•    If you are under 18 years of age or have health concerns, consult a health care practitioner before starting any weight loss program.