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Table of glycemic index and load values The average GI of 62 common foods derived from multiple studies by different laboratories High-carbohydrate foods GI White wheat bread* 75±2 Whole wheat/whole meal bread 74±2 Speciality grain bread 53±2 Unleavened wheat bread* 70±5 Wheat roti 62±3 Chapatti 52±4 Corn tortilla 46±4 White rice, boiled* 73±4 Brown rice, boiled 68±4 Barley 28±2 Sweet corn 52±5 Spaghetti, white 49±2 Spaghetti, whole meal 48±5 Rice noodles† 53±7 Udon noodles 55±7 Couscous† 65±4 Breakfast Cereals Cornflakes 81±6 Wheat flake biscuits 69±2 Porridge, rolled oats 55±2 Instant oat porridge 79±3 Rice porridge/congee 78±9 Millet porridge 67±5 Muesli 57±2 Fruit and fruit products Apple, raw† 36±2 Orange, raw† 43±3 Banana, raw† 51±3 Pineapple, raw 59±8 Mango, raw† 51±5 Watermelon, raw 76±4 Dates, raw 42±4 Peaches, canned† 43±5 Strawberry jam/jelly 49±3 Apple juice 41±2 Orange juice 50±2 Vegetables Potato, boiled 78±4 Potato, instant mashed 87±3 Potato, french fries 63±5 Carrots, boiled 39±4 Sweet potato, boiled 63±6 Pumpkin, boiled 64±7 Plantain/green banana 55±6 Taro, boiled 53±2 Vegetable soup 48±5 Dairy products and alternatives Milk, full fat 39±3 Milk, skim 37±4 Ice cream 51±3 Yogurt, fruit 41±2 Soy milk 34±4 Rice milk 86±7 Legumes Chickpeas 28±9 Kidney beans 24±4 Lentils 32±5 Soya beans 16±1 Snack products Chocolate 40±3 Popcorn 65±5 Potato crisps 56±3 Soft drink/soda 59±3 Rice crackers/crisps 87±2 Sugars Fructose 15±4 Sucrose 65±4 Glucose 103±3 Honey 61±3   Data are means. *Low-GI varities were also identified. †Average of all available data.

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