The GI Food List
(also called Glycaemic Index Food List
) measures the "effect of food on blood glucose levels". It is a rank list index for foods based on the how quickly the blood sugar levels will increase after ingestion and we hope you enjoy the Glycemic Index Food List
A low glycemic food
gives a slow increase in blood sugar levels. A high glycemic index food gives a more rapid rise in blood sugar levels.
Pure glucose is the food with the highest glycemic index of 100. All other foods have a lower GI and are ranked in relation to glucose. For more information we have the glycemic index food faq
and glycemic index glossary
Glycemic Load and Glycemic Index Food List
The Glycemic Load
relates the GI to the amount of carbohydate eaten in a normal serving or in 100 grams. For more information about a low GI diet see the Glycemic Index Glossary
and the Glycemic Index FAQ
Use the query box below to search through over 1500 food values for the Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load. Please note we are the only
site that allows the glycemic load
to be scaled for different food amounts. For more information about individual food items see our calories and nutrition
searchable database for over 7000 food items where you can find the calories, fat, protein and carbohydrate content. We hope you enjoy our glycemic load and glycemic index food list.
Alternatively you can browse the Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load by food category from the links in the table below.
Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load ListAfrican, Amaranth, Arabic and Turkish, Asian, Asian Indian, Australian aboriginal, Barley, Beverages, Breads, Breakfast cereal bars, Breakfast cereals and related products, Cakes, Chapatti, Cookies, Corn and maize, Couscous, Crackers, Dairy product alternatives, soy-based, Dairy products and alternatives, Drinks made from drinking mix powders, Fruit and fruit products, Infant formula and weaning foods, Israeli, Juices, Legumes and nuts, Meal replacement products, Millet, Mixed meals and convenience foods, Nutritional-support products, Nuts, Pacific Islanders, Pasta and noodles, Pima Indian, Potato, Rice, Root vegetables, Snack foods and confectionary, Soups, South American, Spaghetti, Sports bars, Sports drinks, Sugar alcohols and sugar-replacement compounds, Sugars and sugar alcohols, Vegetables, Wheat, Worldwide Sport Nutrition Supplements,