Glycemic Index & Glycemic Load GI-GL Food Chart Helps with Diabetes Meal Planning
This GI-GL chart from the 3-in-1 Death to Diabetes Cookbook provides the glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) values of selected foods. Foods with higher glycemic index values are in red and at the top of the chart, while foods with lower glycemic index values are in green towards the bottom of the chart.
GI is a measure of how fast a food increases your blood sugar -- the higher the number, the faster that specific food increases your blood sugar.
GL is equal to the Glycemic Index times No. of Grams of Carbohydrates divided by 100. This is the measure of the blood sugar raising power per serving of food.
Note: Use this chart in conjunction with the DTD Super Meal Plate’s macronutrient percentages and nutritional supplementation requirements to optimize your meals to more effectively control and stabilize your blood sugar and hemoglobin A1C to gradually reverse your Type 2 diabetes.
Included with this chart is an additional GI chart and a list of the top low-carb vegetables and fruits.
Size: 7 pages