The number listed next to each food is its glycemic index. This is a value obtained by monitoring a persons blood sugar after eating the food. The value can vary slightly from person to person and from one type or brand of food and another. A noticeable difference is the GI rating of Special-K which produced considerably different results in tests in the US and Australia, most likely resulting from different ingredients in each location. Despite this slight variation the index provide a good guide to which foods you should be eating and which foods to avoid.
Another important thing to realize is that single parent families can be just as strong as two parent families, if not stronger. Single parents can raise children just as well as any other parents. It will be more difficult though, and there are a few pieces of advice that should be taken. The first deals with time, and that it must be managed efficiently on a daily basis. There are many tasks that must get done each day, and planning days in advance can help in this area. Also, make sure that your well being is taken care of as well, especially in regards to health. Do not neglect it for the sake of anyone, but rather keep a watchful eye and make sure that the stress levels are kept as low as possible in the household.
Public opinion about marriage echoes the declining prevalence of marriage. In a 2010 Pew Research Center survey, about four-in-ten Americans (39%) said they agree that marriage as an institution is becoming obsolete. Back in the 70s, only 28% agreed with that premise. 11 Younger generations are more likely than those ages 50 and older to hold the view that marriage is becoming obsolete. Some 44% of blacks say marriage is becoming obsolete, compared with 36% of whites. Adults with college degrees (27%) are much less likely than those with a high school diploma or less (45%) to agree that marriage is becoming obsolete.