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Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL)

The Glycemic Index or GI (also called Glycaemic Index) measures the "effect of food on blood glucose levels". 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.

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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, food category chart

African (GI and GL)
Amaranth (GI and GL)
Arabic and Turkish (GI and GL)
Asian (GI and GL)
Asian Indian (GI and GL)
Australian aboriginal (GI and GL)
Barley (GI and GL)
Beverages (GI and GL)
Breads (GI and GL)
Breakfast cereal bars (GI and GL)
Breakfast cereals and related products (GI and GL)
Cakes (GI and GL)
Chapatti (GI and GL)
Cookies (GI and GL)
Corn and maize (GI and GL)
Couscous (GI and GL)
Crackers (GI and GL)
Dairy product alternatives, soy-based (GI and GL)
Dairy products and alternatives (GI and GL)
Drinks made from drinking mix powders (GI and GL)
Fruit and fruit products (GI and GL)
Infant formula and weaning foods (GI and GL)
Israeli (GI and GL)
Juices (GI and GL)
Legumes and nuts (GI and GL)
Meal replacement products (GI and GL)
Millet (GI and GL)
Mixed meals and convenience foods (GI and GL)
Nutritional-support products (GI and GL)
Nuts (GI and GL)
Pacific Islanders (GI and GL)
Pasta and noodles (GI and GL)
Pima Indian (GI and GL)
Potato (GI and GL)
Rice (GI and GL)
Root vegetables (GI and GL)
Snack foods and confectionary (GI and GL)
Soups (GI and GL)
South American (GI and GL)
Spaghetti (GI and GL)
Sports bars (GI and GL)
Sports drinks (GI and GL)
Sugar alcohols and sugar-replacement compounds (GI and GL)
Sugars and sugar alcohols (GI and GL)
Vegetables (GI and GL)
Wheat (GI and GL)
Worldwide Sport Nutrition Supplements (GI and GL)
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