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Sugars and sugar alcohols Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL)


Last Update - 13th January 2016

Your search for Sugars and sugar alcohols returned the following food items.The item in this description with the lowest GI is Organic agave cactus nectar, light, 97% fructose (Western Commerce Corp, USA) with a GI of 10 ± 1. This is classed as a food item with a low GI level.

The item in the list based around Sugars and sugar alcohols with the highest GI is Glucose, Mean of 11 studies which has a GI value of 99 ± 3. This glycemic index is classed as a high level index.

The range for the GI is 89 under the description Sugars and sugar alcohols.All of the items are classed in the range low through to a high level glycemic index.

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Sugars and sugar alcohols - GI and GL List

Organic agave cactus nectar, light, 97% fructose (Western Commerce Corp, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 10 ± 1 (low)
Glycemic Load = 8 (low) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 1 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 8 g
Glucose, 50-g portion, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 100 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion (Glucodin glucose tablets; Boots, North Ryde, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 102 ± 9 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 25-g portion (Bio-Health, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 103 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g maltose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 105 ± 12 (high)
Glycemic Load = 105 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 11 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Fructose 25-g portion (Sweeten Less, Maximum Nutrition Inc, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 11 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Organic agave cactus nectar, light, 90% fructose (Western Commerce Corp, City of Industry, CA, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 11 ± 1 (low)
Glycemic Load = 9 (low) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 1 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 8 g
25g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 110 ± 21 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion (dextrose), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 111 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 100-g portion (Bio-Health, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 114 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Fructose 50-g portion (Sweeten Less, Maximum Nutrition Inc, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 12 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Fructose, Mean of 6 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 19 ± 2 (low)
Glycemic Load = 19 (medium) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 2 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Fructose 50-g portion, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 20 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Fructose 50-g portion, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 21 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Fructose 50-g portion (Sigma Chemical Company, St Louis, MO, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 24 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Fructose 25-g portion fed with oats, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 25 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Locust honey (Romania), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 32 (low)
Glycemic Load = 27 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 7 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
Yellow box, 46% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 35 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 25 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 6 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
50g lactose (Sigma Chemical Co, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 43 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Stringy bark, 52% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 44 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
Lactose, Mean of 3 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 46 ± 2 (low)
Glycemic Load = 46 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 5 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Red gum, 35% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 46 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 33 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 8 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
25g lactose (BDH, Poole, UK), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 48 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
25g lactose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 48 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Iron bark, 34% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 48 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 29 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 7 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 15 g
Yapunya, 42% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 52 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
30g glucose with 150 g grilled beefburger, 30 g cheese, and 10 g butter (total meal contained 50 g carbohydrate) (France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Mean of 11 types of honey, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 40 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Glucose consumed with a mixed meal, Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 56 ± 1 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 8 (low) for a typical serving size of 250g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 20 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
50g Glucose + 14.5 g oat gum (78% oat ß-glucan), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 57 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 6 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
30g glucose with 150 g grilled beefburger, 30 g cheese, and 10 g butter (total meal contained 50 g carbohydrate) (France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g sucrose (Sigma Chemical Co, USA), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 58 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g sucrose (Redpath Sugars, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 58 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Pure (Capilano Honey Ltd, Richlands, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 58 ± 6 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 49 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 12 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
50g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 59 ± 10 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
25g sucrose (Redpath Sugars, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 60 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g Glucose + 14.5 g guar gum, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 62 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 6 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Commercial blend, 38% fructose (WA blend; Capilano Honey Ltd, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 ± 3 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 11 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
25g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 64 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Salvation Jane, 32% fructose (Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 64 ± 5 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 38 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 15 g
100g sucrose (Redpath Sugars, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 65 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
50g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 65 ± 9 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Sucrose, Mean of 10 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 68 ± 5 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 68 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 7 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Commercial blend, 28% fructose (NSW blend; Capilano Honey Ltd, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 72 ± 6 (high)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 13 g
glucose 25 g (Glucodex) 40 min before 3 g dried ginseng, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 76 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
glucose 25 g(Glucodex solution; Rougier Inc, Chambly, Quebec) with 3 g dried ginseng, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 78 (high)
Glycemic Load = 78 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 8 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
glucose (Glucodex), Mean of 2 groups of subjects, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 78 ± 2 (high)
Glycemic Load = 78 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 8 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
46g Glucose + 15 g apple and orange fiber extract (FITA, Chatswood, Australia) (total carbohydrate content of drink = 50 g), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 79 ± 3 (high)
Glycemic Load = 63 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 6 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 8 g
glucose 25 g(Glucodex) 40 min after 3 g dried ginseng, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 80 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
30g sucrose, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 82 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion (dextrose), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 85 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
100g Glucose + 20 g acacia gum, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 85 (high)
Glycemic Load = 85 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g
Honey, NS (Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 87 ± 8 (high)
Glycemic Load = 73 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 18 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
Glucose, 25-g portion, fed with oats, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 92 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 93 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion (dextrose), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 96 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 96 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, 50-g portion (Bio-Health; Dawson Traders Ltd, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 96 (high)
Glycemic Load = NA
Glucose, Mean of 11 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 99 ± 3 (high)
Glycemic Load = 99 (high) for a typical serving size of 10g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 10 g

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