THE G.I. FACTOR
At Unislim, there are two little letters that mean a lot to us. And they are? G and I.
The GI Index is a nutritional phenomenon, a straightforward guide to eating right. GI stands for Glycaemic Index, and the foods Unislim recommends you stock up on tend to fall at the lower end of this scale.
A food with a High Glycaemic Index (above 55) is a food that is absorbed into the bloodstream quickly, converting to energy (and then converting to fat if not worked off very quickly). A food with a Low Glycaemic Index (55 and below), meanwhile, is one that converts at a slower rate. Put plainly: eat High GI and you’ll soon feel hungry again; choose Low GI and you will feel fuller for longer. And what do you want to feel? Fuller for longer, of course!
Knowing your High GI from your Low GI is the smartest way to get slim. Our Forever Free plan is based on this principle, and your Class Leader can fill you in on the foods that will make each day an easier, more energised one for you. For now, here’s our quick ‘Pick & Skip’ guide to GI to get you going!