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The South Beach Diet in the Indian Context

  By posted Mar 16th 2012
Healthy Living

The South Beach diet tells us to reduce the consumption of bad carbs or carbs with a high glycemic index because an above average consumption of such carbs impairs the body's ability to process fat and creates an 'insulin resistance' syndrome. A healthy diet to follow for better cardiovascular health and weight control, the South Beach diet is often difficult to understand within the Indian context. Today Dr. Simran Saini, Weight Loss Management Consultant at Fortis Hospital helps us understand how we can incorporate this popular diet into an Indian lifestyle. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images 

 

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