Low Glycemic Index Chart

Glycemic Index is the measure of increasing blood glucose level by the food containing carbohydrate. Low glycemic index foods always release glucose slowly. Fruits and vegetables come under the category of low glycemic index foods. For controlling weight, it is advisable to take low glycemic index foods. Here is the low glycemic index chart which will help the people who are looking for a weight control diet. Each food listed are provided with their respective glucose index.

Low GI Foods (GI<55)
Food TypesGI
Yogurt low-fat (sweetened)14
Peanuts15
Artichoke15
Asparagus15
Broccoli15
Cauliflower15
Celery15
Cucumber15
Eggplant15
Green beans15
Lettuce, all varieties15
Low-fat yogurt, artificially sweetened15
Peppers, all varieties15
Snow peas15
Spinach15
Young summer squash15
Tomatoes15
Zucchini15
Soya beans, boiled16
Cherries22
Peas, dried22
Milk, chocolate24
Pearl barley25
Grapefruit25
Milk, whole27
Spaghetti, protein enriched27
Kidney beans, boiled29
Lentils green, boiled29
Soya milk30
Apricots (dried)31
Milk, Fat-free32
Milk ,skimmed32
Fettuccine32
M&Ms (peanut)32
Chickpeas33
Rye34
Milk, semi-skimmed34
Vermicelli35
Spaghetti, whole wheat37
Apples38
Pears38
Tomato soup, tinned38
Haricot beans, boiled38
Plums39
Ravioli, meat filled39
Carrots, cooked39
Snickers bar40
Apple juice41
Wheat kernels41
Spaghetti, white41
Black-eyed beans41
All-Bran42
Peaches42
Chickpeas, tinned42
Oranges44
Lentil soup, tinned44
Carrot juice45
Macaroni45
Pineapple juice46
Rice, instant46
Grapes46
Grapefruit juice48
Multi grain bread48
Rice, parboiled48
Baked beans, tinned48
Porridge, non-instant49
Chocolate bar; 30g49
Jams and marmalades49
Whole grain50
Barley, cracked50
Ice-cream (low- fat)50
Yam51
Orange juice52
Kidney beans, tinned52
Lentils green, tinned52
Kiwi fruit53
Pound cake54
Bananas54
Sweet potato54

It is better to prefer low glycemic index foods to lead a healthy life. Low glycemic index chart above helps you to manage your weight and lead a healthy and active life.


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