Glycemic Index measures the carbohydrates in a particular food based on how quickly the carbohydrates raises blood sugar and insulin levels.
Low GI = 55 or less - Eat more
Medium GI = 56 to 69 eat moderately
High GI = 70 above - Eat less or avoid if you can.
Eating low GI foods doesn't mean you go hungry, it is simply knowing and choosing the right food to eat.
This is what I had for breakfast this morning
Fresh sliced kiwi and strawberry with Organic flax plus frozen wafflesI - list of low GI
Imitation Cheese = 27
Instant Noodles = 47
Ice Cream, low-fat, vanilla, light = 46
Ice Cream, low fat = 50
Ice Cream, low carbohydrates, chocolate = 32
Ice Cream, NS = 36
Ice Cream, low-fat, Bulla light creamy vanilla = 36
Ice Cream, low-fat, Bulla light real dairy chocolate= 27
Ice Cream, low-fat, Bulla light real dairy english toffee = 27
Ice Cream, low-fat, Bullat light real dairy mango = 30
Ice Cream, low-fat, light and creamy, raspberry ripple = 55
Infasoy infant formula, milk-free, soy based = 55
Instant Rice, cooked = 69
Ice Cream = 61
Ice Cream, Chocolate = 68
Instant soup, low-fat, Indian lentil = 62
Isostar = 70
Idiappam = 86
Instant doongara, cooked white rice, 5 minutes = 94
Instant mash potato = 80
Instant oat cereal porridge prepared with water = 83
Instant oat porridge = 82
Instant oatmeal = 83
Irish Potato = 83
I had this for lunch yesterday. I don't know what's the GI for these but it sure healthy and taste yummy!
1. Spinach Stuffed Portobello Mushroom
2. Shredded unripe papaya salad with carrots, apple and red raddish
3. Crab cake
God bless and have a fantastic day!