This month we welcome Dr David Ludwig to GI News with ‘Food for Thought’ and a regular spot on raising healthy (and healthy weight) kids. David is Director of the Optimal Weight for Life (OWL) program at Children’s Hospital Boston and he shares the program’s practical and clinically proven advice in his new book, Ending the Food Fight. Dr Garry Egger joins us this month too as a regular contributor with exercise tips. Garry has been involved in men’s health for over 35 years and runs Professor Trim's Men's Weight Loss Program, the successor to the popular GutBusters. We are also delighted that London-based chef and cookbook author Kate Hemphill has come on board and will be showing us how to make the most of low GI ingredients with her delicious ‘Love to Cook’ recipes in the coming months. Of course there are all our regular features too – the latest research, new GI values, new books (the first ever book on low GI gluten-free eating), and your questions answered. As ever we welcome feedback whether you have questions on low GI eating or suggestions for topics you would like to see us cover in up-coming issues.
Good health and good reading,
GI News Editor: Philippa Sandall
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1 September 2007
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