Diet Information About Carbs
Glycemic Load For All Food Groups

Glycemic Load - GI Per Food Serving

Diet Information

See below for details of the glycemic load in most food groups. The glycemic load is a variant of the glycemic index (GI). It is the GI value per regular serving. The higher the GI value of a food, the greater and faster its effect on blood glucose levels. Patients with diabetes or insulin insensitivity should choose foods with lower glycemic load values.

Beans
Bread
Bread Roll
Bread Snacks (Bagels, Donuts)
Cake
Candy
Cereal
Cereals
Cookie
Cracker
Fruit Juice
Fruit
Fruits
Dried Fruit
Grains
Ice Cream
Jam
Lentils
Milk
Muffin
Noodles
Nuts
Oats
Pancakes
Pasta
Pastry
Pizza
Potato
Rice
Snacks
Sodas
Soy Food
Sugar
Vegetables
Veggie Food
Yogurt

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