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Montignac diet - the montignac diet is a weight loss program that was developed by michel montignac in the 1980s. The montignac diet emphasizes the importance of glycemic index, or the impact of carbohydrates on blood sugar levels, in weight management. The montignac diet restricts the consumption of high-glycemic index foods, such as white bread, sugar, and potatoes, and it emphasizes the consumption of low-glycemic index foods, such as vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats. The goal of the montignac diet is to promote stable blood sugar levels and prevent insulin spikes, leading to weight loss.
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