These lines of evidence suggest that high levels of blood sugar-disruptive carbohydrates in the diet might be bad news for female fertility.
The extent to which a food raises blood sugar can be measured and is expressed as its glycemic index (GI). However, the extent to which a food disrupts blood sugar and insulin will depend not just on its GI, but how much we eat of it. One way to get an idea of the overall effect of a food is to take its GI and multiply it by the amount of carbohydrate found in a standard portion of food. Divide this by 100 and we have a measurement known as the glycemic load (GL).
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