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Glycemic Index for Tapioca (Manihot utilissima), steamed 1 h


Last Update - 3rd September

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 Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load

FoodTapioca (Manihot utilissima), steamed 1 h
CategoryAsian Indian
Glycemic Index70 ± 10 (high)
Glycemic Load12.6 (medium)
Available carbohydrate18 (g)
Serving size250 (g)

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Below is a list of other foods in the category Asian Indian with a GI 70 with a GI similar to Tapioca (Manihot utilissima), steamed 1 h

Asian Indian - GI and GL List

Lentil and cauliflower curry with rice (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 ± 10 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 9 (low) for a typical serving size of 360g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 31 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 51 g
Idli (parboiled and raw rice + black dhal, soaked, ground, fermented, and steamed) with chutney, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 ± 2 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 12 (medium) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 31 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 52 g
Semolina (Triticum aestivum) with fermented green gram dhal (Phaseolus aureus), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 ± 20 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 44 (high) for a typical serving size of 71g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 31 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 50 g
Dosai, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 66 ± 11 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 17 (medium) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 26 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 39 g
Bajra (Penniseteum typhoideum), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Upittu (roasted semolina and onions, cooked in water), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 ± 3 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Upittu, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 68 ± 1 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 19 (medium) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 29 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 42 g
Millet/Ragi (Eleucine coracana), dehusked, soaked 12 h, stored moist 24 h, steamed 1 h, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 68 ± 10 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 15 (medium) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 23 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 34 g
Pongal, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 68 ± 23 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 14 (medium) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 35 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 52 g
Varagu (Paspalum scorbiculatum), pressure cooked 15 lb 12–15 min, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 68 ± 8 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 76g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 34 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 50 g
Rice (Oryza sativa) boiled served with bottle gourd and tomato curry, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 ± 15 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 17 (medium) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 26 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 38 g
Upittu (roasted semolina and onions, cooked in water), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 ± 4 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Idli, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 ± 9 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 14 (medium) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 36 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 52 g
Tapioca (Manihot utilissima), steamed 1 h, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 70 ± 10 (high)
Glycemic Load = 5 (low) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Banana (Musa sapientum), Nendra variety, unripe, steamed 1 h, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 70 ± 11 (high)
Glycemic Load = 26 (high) for a typical serving size of 120g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 32 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 45 g
Poori, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 70 ± 13 (high)
Glycemic Load = 19 (medium) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 29 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 41 g
Semolina (Triticum aestivum), preroasted, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 76 ± 6 (high)
Glycemic Load = 57 (high) for a typical serving size of 67g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 38 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 50 g
Idli (parboiled and raw rice + black dhal, soaked, ground, fermented, and steamed) with chutney, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 77 ± 2 (high)
Glycemic Load = 16 (medium) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 40 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 52 g
Dosai (parboiled and raw rice, soaked, ground, fermented, and fried) with chutney, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 77 ± 3 (high)
Glycemic Load = 20 (high) for a typical serving size of 150g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 30 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 39 g
Jowar, roasted bread made from Jowar flour (Sorghum vulgare), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 77 ± 8 (high)
Glycemic Load = 55 (high) for a typical serving size of 70g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 39 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 50 g
Green gram dhal with varagu (Paspalum scorbiculatum), pressure cooked, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 78 ± 12 (high)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 78g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 39 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 50 g

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