Glycemic Index – Table

The glycemic index (GI) – is the ability of products to raise blood sugar levels, it is divided into:

  • “Low” 10 – 40
  • “Medium” 50 – 60
  • “High” – 70 and above

Name

Glycemic index

beer

110

dates

103

corn tortillas

100

toast of white bread

100

swede

99

parsnip

97

French rolls

95

baked potatoes

95

rice flour

95

rice noodles

92

canned apricots

91

Cactus jam

91

mashed potatoes

90

Fast food rice porridge

90

cornflakes

85

boiled carrots

85

popcorn

85

white bread

85

grain rice

85

potato puree of rapid preparation

83

forage legumes

80

potato chips

80

crackers

80

muesli with nuts and raisins

80

tapioca

80

savory waffles

76

donuts

76

watermelon

75

zucchini

75

pumpkin

75

long bread French

75

crumbs for breading ground

74

wheat bagel

72

millet

71

boiled potatoes

70

Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite

70

potato starch, corn

70

boiled corn

70

marmalade, jam and sugar

70

Mars, Snickers (bars)

70

dumplings, ravioli

70

turnip

70

white rice, steamed

70

Sugar (sucrose)

70

fruit chips in sugar

70

chocolate milk

70

unleavened

69

wheat flour

69

croissant

67

a pineapple

66

cream, with the addition of wheat flour

66

Swiss muesli

66

oatmeal, instant

66

soup of green dry peas

66

bananas

65

melon

65

potatoes, cooked “in uniform”

65

canned vegetables

65

cuscus

65

semolina

65

Sand baskets with fruit

65

orange juice, ready

65

black bread

65

raisins

64

Pasta with cheese

64

shortbread cookies

64

beet

64

soup of black beans

64

biscuit

63

grain wheat, germinated

63

pancakes made of wheat flour

62

Twix

62

buns for hamburgers

61

Pizza with tomato and cheese

60

white rice

60

soup from yellow peas

60

canned sweet corn

59

cakes

59

papaya

58

Arabic pita

57

wild rice

57

mango

55

oatmeal cookies

55

butter cookies

55

Fruit salad with whipped cream

55

taro

54

cereal germ

53

sweet yogurt

52

ice cream

52

tomato soup

52

bran

51

buckwheat

50

sweet potato (batata)

50

kiwi

50

brown rice

50

spaghetti, macaroni

50

tortellini with cheese

50

bread, pancakes made of buckwheat flour

50

sherbet

50

oatmeal

49

amylose

48

bulgur

48

green peas, canned

48

grape juice, without sugar

48

grapefruit juice, without sugar

48

bread fruit

47

lactose

46

M & Ms

46

pineapple juice without sugar

46

bran cereal

45

canned pears

44

lentil soup

44

beans color

42

Canned peas Turkish

41

grapes

40

green peas, fresh

40

polenta (cornmeal porridge)

40

freshly squeezed orange juice, without sugar

40

apple juice without sugar

40

beans white

40

grain wheat bread, rye bread

40

pumpkin bread

40

fish fingers

38

spaghetti wholemeal

38

soup soup of lima bean

36

oranges

35

Chinese noodles

35

green peas, dry

35

figs

35

natural yoghurt

35

low-fat yogurt

35

quinoa

35

dried apricots

35

maize

35

raw carrots

35

ice cream from soy milk

35

pears

34

rye grain, germinated

34

milk chocolate

34

peanut butter

32

Strawberry

32

whole milk

32

lima beans

32

green bananas

thirty

black beans

thirty

Turkish peas

thirty

berry marmalade without sugar, jam without sugar

thirty

2 percent milk

thirty

soy milk

thirty

peaches

thirty

apples

thirty

frankfurters

28

skim milk

27

red lentils

25

cherry

22

crushed yellow peas

22

grapefruits

22

pearl barley

22

plums

22

soy beans, canned

22

green lentils

22

Black chocolate (70% cocoa)

22

fresh apricots

20

peanut

20

soybeans, dry

20

fructose

20

rice bran

19

walnuts

15

eggplant

10

broccoli

10

mushrooms

10

green pepper

10

Mexican cactus

10

cabbage

10

bow

10

tomatoes

10

leaf lettuce

10

lettuce

10

garlic

10

seeds posolnuha

8