Diet Information
Glycemic Index (GI) Values For Food Groups

GI Values For Foods

Diet Information

See below for information and facts about glycemic index (GI) values for all popular foods and food groups. GI values are either high, intermediate or low. The higher the GI rating of a food, the greater and quicker its effect on blood glucose levels. If you are diabetic or have insulin resistance or any associated metabolic conditions, choose foods that are lower on the glycemic index scale.

Beans
Low-GI Beans
Bread Rolls
Bread Snacks
Breads
Bread
Low-GI Bread
Cereal
Breakfast Cereal
Low-GI Cereals
Cake
Candy
Cookies
Crackers
Dried Fruit

Fruit Juice
Fruit
Low-GI Fruit
Grains
Low-GI Grains
Ice Cream
Jam/Jelly
Lentils
Milk
Muffins
Noodles
Low-GI Noodles
Nuts
Oats
Pancakes/Waffles

Pasta
Low-GI Pasta
Pastry
Pizza
Potatoes
Low-GI Potatoes
Rice
Low-GI Rice
Snacks
Soft Drinks
Soy Foods
Spaghetti
Sugar
Vegetables
Vegetable Foods
Low-GI Vegetables
Yogurt

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