The LightBox Low GI diet is a tasty and varied low glycemic diet which will help you manage insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
Meals in the Low IG diet are based on products with low and average glycemic indices, prepared and balanced so that their cumulative glycemic load is low.
Available calorie options: 1200, 1500, 2000 and 2500 calories.
Check the menu for 10 days in advance – this is what your varied Low GI diet looks like.
The balanced Low GI diet will provide you with all essential nutrients. When preparing meals we use natural sweeteners with low GI (agave syrup) or sugar substitutes (erythritol, xylitol). This allows us to lower the content of simple carbohydrates and ensure that products used in meals have a low or average glycemic index. So don’t worry, you don’t have to give up our fit desserts! The secret lies also in the way meals are cooked and in combining ingredients in such a way as to ensure a glycemic load which will allow you to control your blood sugar.
Our low glycemic diet is high in fibre and is correctly balanced for carbohydrates, protein and fats and has low levels of saturated fat and high levels of polyunsaturated fats including omega-6 i omega-3.
We have calculated calories and 80 macro- and micronutrients and made sure the calorie value is correctly distributed across meals in the day.
The Low GI diet is an effective tool for regulating your blood sugar levels – it’s a diet recommended in insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. According to LightBox dietitians healthy diet doesn’t require you to give up everything you love eating. Quite the contrary – our task is to create a diet which everyone can enjoy, with tasty meals inspired by dishes from all over the world, and at the same time meet their goals.
The Low GI diet is a varied diet which uses wholegrains rich in fibre, vegetables and other valuable products as well as natural low GI sweeteners (agave syrup) or sugar substitutes (erythritol, xylitol). Our low glycemic diet will boost your wellbeing thanks to a limited intake of simple carbohydrates. It will be perfect if you want to be slim and healthy but don’t have the time to cook. The team of LightBox dietitians will develop the menu for you, so that you can enjoy tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes instead of worrying about your health.
Thanks to LightBox’s low glycemic LOW GI diet, you will be ensuring your body everything it needs to thrive, so that you can be on this diet for as long as you like. Every day you will get a set of freshly prepared meals with a low GI index. When you decide to purchase LightBox diet catering, you know what you are eating, because every meal set contains information about its ingredients and nutritional value. You can also check this before you place your order in the MENU tab on our website. We publish the Low GI menu 10 days in advance.
In Low GI meals you’ll find all types of meat and fish, wholegrains with low and average GI, lots of vegetables, selected fruit, dairy products and eggs as well as nuts and seeds. When developing the Low GI diet we took into account not only the glycemic index of various products but also how they interact with each other and the way they are prepared and how that influences the glycemic load of the whole meal.
Low GI meals are prepared using a wide range of foods, including natural products and their derivatives which may cause allergies or reactions. These include: cereals containing gluten, eggs, fish, shrimps, nuts, peanuts, soy, milk, celery, mustard seeds, sesame seeds and lupin (the order is given according to regulations, not quantity or frequency). The above allergens can also be present in trace amounts even if they are not mentioned on the list of ingredients, because they are used in our facility. Therefore, if you are allergic to any of the above ingredients, this diet may not be suitable for you.
If you are intolerant to any other products and want to find out if they can be present in LightBox meals, please call us.
Before placing your order, please let us know about any nutritional contraindications due to preexisting conditions, including those not related to diet.
Contact us for advice on how to choose a diet to suit your requirements.