What does it mean that a food has a High GI?
High GI gives a quick rush of glucose that then drops off just as quick as low GI. Low GI foods tend to provide a longer feeling of fullness while High GI gives it suddenly and then drops just as quick as the low GI so low GI is much better. ...
What bread is low in GI?
Low GI bread from bakers delight!! Yeah, they actually have a low GI bread there! You should just be able to ask your local bakery (or wherever you buy your bread from) which loaf of bread is low GI and they should know, I mean, they cooked it! ...
What types of food are in a low GI diet?
Foods that are in a low GI diet are foods that generally cause a slow and low rise in blood glucose levels. These foods also are all carbohydrates. Porrage, Apples, and sweet potatoes are all examples of foods that have a low GI, ...
Asked in Europe, New Zealand, Oceania, Australian Food
In New Zealand I was always told Marmite was a meat extract and vegemite was a vegetable extract product Was marmite ever made with meat?
No. Marmite was never made with meat. It is possible that the confusion arose because the name "Marmite" was taken from the word marmite which is a French stock pot or cooking pot. The French pronunciation for the French pot marmite is "mar-MEET." There is some possibility, too, that the name Marmite may have been taken from a famous French soup, petite marmite. ...
Asked in Peanut Butter
Is marmite or peanut butter better for you?
Depending on your body's needs, either marmite or peanut butter is better for you. Marmite is high in sodium, but low in fat (and calories). On the other hand, peanut butter is very high in fat. That's not necessarily a bad thing; it also has a very low rating on the Glycemic Index. That means it keeps you full for longer. The body needs fat to survive. Basically, taken in moderation, nothing is that bad for you. ...
Asked in Food & Cooking
What company manufactures Marmite and what is their contact information?
Unilever manufactures Marmite. You can contact them the link in related links. ...
Asked in Definitions
Why is marmite called marmite?
a black cat called marmite just happened to be perousing about the beer brewery when he accidentally tipped a large ammount of salt into the vat where beer was being made. when the vat was drained there was discovered to be a thick salty substance on the bottom. to this day this is called marmite ...
Asked in Salt (Sodium Chloride)
Is salt low gi?
Salt is not considered to have a GI value, since it takes up a very small proportion of a person's diet. Also, it is a mineral, which generally are not assigned GI values (in the same way that calcium does not have a GI value etc...). However, foodstuffs are usually assigned a "GI Value" on how much sugar they contain and how quickly it is released. Salt clearly contains no sugar, which, theoretically should make it "low GI". ...