New Study Confirms “Low-Glycemic Index” of Revival Soy Protein Products

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A new study by leading glycemic-index experts at the University of Sydney (Australia) has found that Revival Soy protein products have little impact on blood sugar levels.

A new study by leading glycemic-index experts at the University of Sydney (Australia) has found that Revival Soy protein products have little impact on blood sugar levels. This is great news for anyone on a “smart-carb”/”low-carb” weight loss diet, or those simply desiring a healthy diet.

Glycemic index is simply a measurement of how carbohydrates in a dietary product impact blood sugar levels. “High-glycemic index” products, like white bread, have carbs that are rapidly digested and absorbed, thus resulting in sharp increases in blood sugar levels. “Low-glycemic index” products, like soy protein, have carbs that are slowly digested and absorbed, thus producing minimal rises in blood sugar and insulin levels, and have proven benefits for health. “Low-carb” and “smart-carb” products typically have a low-glycemic index.

A rapid rise in blood sugar levels increases insulin secretion, a hormone that stores sugar as fat. According to the University of Sydney, the benefits of a “low-glycemic index” diet are numerous including weight loss, reduced hunger cravings, improved energy levels, and improved insulin metabolism.

This new study helps confirm that Revival Soy protein products are the perfect protein supplement to any weight loss plan, including popular “smart-carb”/“low-carb” and “high protein” diets.

For more information on Revival Soy protein products, go to http://www.revivalsoy.com or call 1-800-REVIVAL.

About Revival Soy

Physicians Laboratories, a North Carolina company, makes patented naturally-concentrated Revival Soy brand products. Physicians Laboratories researches and markets great tasting soy-based products including soy protein bars, shakes, soy nuts, soy chips, soy "coffee" and other supplements. Revival Soy is the #1 doctor-recommended soy protein supplement. Soy protein is beneficial for supporting mid-life health, bone health, heart health and weight loss/energy.

References:

1.    Sydney University Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGiRS), Human Nutrition Unit, July 2004

2.    http://www.glycemicindex.com

Meg Ryan

Revival Soy

336-722-2337 ext. 1736

megryan@revivalsoy.com

http://www.revivalsoy.com

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