Lower Glycemic Index Diet Did Not Improve Risk Factors For Heart Disease And Diabetes

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SOT/FULL Frank M. Sacks, M.D., - Harvard School of Public Health Super@:01 Runs:09 (Video covering 2nd half of bite: banana on tray, dissolve to cu of banana, split screen showing apple, back to banana) “Some carbohydrate containing foods like bananas increase the blood sugar more than other carb foods like an apple.” B-ROLL Banana full screen on tray PUTTING THE BANANA HIGHER ON THE GLYCEMIC INDEX. SOT/FULL Frank M. Sacks, M.D., - Harvard School of Public Health Super@:12 Runs:05 “We made different versions of healthful diets based on how much certain foods increased the blood sugar.” B-ROLL Dr. Sacks talking with Karen Yee both looking at trays of food, trays of food pan up to Sandra and Karen, wide of food on counter with women talking, individual shots of tray with different foods DR. FRANK SACKS FROM THE HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND CO-AUTHORS STUDIED 163 OVERWEIGHT ADULTS THAT HAD SLIGHTLY ELEVATED BLOOD PRESSURE. PATIENTS WERE ASSIGNED TO EAT ONE OF 4 DIFFERENT DIETS FOR 5 WEEKS EACH. ALL PATIENTS COMPLETED AT LEAST TWO DIFFERENT DIETS. NATSO/FULL Runs:05 “…I remember putting the honey on the cottage cheese…yes…” B-ROLL Sandra and Karen talking, cu of trays of food SANDRA WEEKES PARTICIPATED IN THE STUDY AND WORKED WITH DIETITIAN KAREN YEE, WHO SHOWED HER HOW THE DIFFERENT MEALS INCLUDED CARBOHYDRATE CONTAINING FOODS, THAT WERE EITHER HIGHER OR LOWER ON THE GLYCEMIC INDEX. SOT/FULL Frank M. Sacks, M.D., - Harvard School of Public Health Super@:46 Runs:14 (Video covering middle of bite: Dr. Sacks and Karen Yee looking at the food) “Choosing foods specifically on how much they raise blood sugar doesn’t have an impact, one way or the other, on blood pressure, cholesterol, insulin resistance, risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.” GXF FULL JAMA COVER THE STUDY APPEARS IN JAMA, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. SOT/FULL Frank M. Sacks, M.D., - Harvard School of Public Health Super@1:04 Runs:06 “We thought that the low glycemic index foods are really the ones that would be most beneficial.” B-ROLL Chicken and sauce meal with pasta, cu of pasta plate, dissolve to chicken and sauce meal with white rice TURNS OUT THIS MEAL OF CHICKEN AND SAUCE OVER PASTA, COOKED A LITTLE LESS, WHICH MAKES IT A LOWER GLYCEMIC FOOD, HAD THE SAME EFFECT AS THIS CHICKEN AND SAUCE MEAL COOKED WITH INSTANT WHITE RICE, WHICH IS A HIGHER GLYCEMIC FOOD. SOT/FULL Frank M. Sacks, M.D., - Harvard School of Public Health Super@1:22 Runs:14 (Video covering end of bite: Sandra and Karen talking) “We can make really healthful diets that are composed of foods some of which raise blood sugar more than others but as long as their healthful like fruits or cereal grains. So essentially it gives people a lot more options.” B-ROLL Sandra and Karen talking and looking at food WHILE SANDRA SAYS SHE LEARNED A LOT FROM THE STUDY, HER BEST ADVICE ABOUT EATING A HEALTHFUL DIET… SOT/FULL Sandra Weekes - Study Participant Super@1:41 Runs:06 (Video covering end of bite: Sandra eating a prune) “Planning, planning, planning um ahead, that’s always the key.” B-ROLL Sandra standing with dietitian eating a prune CATHERINE DOLF, THE JAMA REPORT.
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