As time goes by I find more and more the truth being told about Type II Diabetes. Finally!
If you want to lose weight: Don’t eat. If you have to eat, don’t eat carbs. If you have to eat carbs, eat low GI-carbs.
Richard David Feinman
Theory goes that it is better to eat low glycemic index carbohydrates that will not raise our blood sugar too much and will take longer to digest. 
Building on GI is the concept of glycemic load which is the GI of a food multiplied by the grams of carbohydrate eaten.
Watermelon has a very high GI value, however because watermelon only contains a small quantity of carbohydrates (it’s mostly water) the overall glycemic load is small.
A large glycemic load occurs when you eat a large quantity of a high glycemic index carbohydrate.
The limitation of the…
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