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GI Value For Breakfast Cereal

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GI Value For Breakfast Cereals

Food: Grapenuts (Kraft)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 71
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Just Right (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 60
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Medium

Food: Muesli
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 49
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Low

Food: Pop Tarts (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 70
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Instant Porridge (quick oats)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 66
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Medium

Food: Porridge Oats
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 59
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Medium

Food: Puffed Wheat (Quaker)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 74
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Raisin Bran (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 61
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Medium

Food: Rice Bubbles (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 87
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Rice Krispies (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 82
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Shredded Wheat
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 75
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Food: Special K (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 69
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Medium

Food: Sustain (Kellogg's)
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 68
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: Med

Food: Weetabix
Glycemic Index (GI) Value: 75
Effect on Blood Glucose Levels: High

Note: The Glycemic Index (GI) is a relatively new method of assessing carbohydrate in foods according to its immediate effect on blood glucose levels. The basic categories are high-GI foods (GI value 70+); Intermediate GI foods (GI value 56-69) and Low-GI foods (GI value 55 or less). If you have insulin resistance, diabetes or any associated conditions, choose lower GI foods.

See also: Glycemic Load of Breakfast Cereal

GI and Weight Management

As far as healthy weight management is concerned, it is our opinion that GI diets will supercede low carb diet plans, as they offer all the advantages (appetite control, reduction of cravings, improved glucose metabolism) of carb controlled diets without any long term health problems.

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