Low GI Diet Food Restricted

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The following high GI foods should be restricted or eaten with low GI foods (which then reduces the GI level of the two foods eaten together to a lower level):

  • Dried dates, GI = 103
  • Pure glucose, GI = 100
  • Roll-Ups, processed fruit strips, GI = 99
  • White rice (steamed), GI = 98
  • Parsnip (boiled), GI = 97
  • Baguette, GI = 95
  • Real Fruit Bars, strawberry, GI = 90
  • Gatorade, GI = 89
  • Puffed wheat, GI = 89
  • Rice Bubbles, GI = 89
  • Crispix, GI = 87
  • Turkish bread, white wheat flour, GI = 87
  • Jacket potato, GI = 85
  • Cornflakes, GI = 84
  • Calrose rice, GI = 83
  • Rice Krispies, GI = 82
  • Rice cakes , GI = 82
  • Sunbrown quick rice, GI = 80
  • Jelly beans, GI = 80
  • Watermelon, seedless, GI = 80
  • Broad beans, GI = 79
  • Gluten-free multigrain bread, GI = 79
  • Donut, GI = 78
  • Coco Pops, GI = 77
  • English muffin bread, GI = 77
  • Oat’n'Honey Bake, GI = 77
  • Rye bread, GI = 76
  • Brown rice, GI = 76
  • French fries, GI = 75
  • Lebanese bread, GI = 75
  • Shredded Wheat, GI = 75
  • Bran flakes, GI = 74
  • Cheerios, GI = 74
  • Weetabix, GI = 74
  • Sultana Bran, GI = 73
  • Bagel, GI = 72
  • Crunchy nut cornflakes, GI = 72
  • Fibre Plus breakfast cereal bar, GI = 72
  • Swede, GI = 72
  • Watermelon, GI = 72
  • Golden Grahams, GI = 71
  • Golden Wheats, GI = 71
  • Grapenuts, GI = 71
  • White bread, GI = 70
  • Mashed potatoes, GI =70
  • Helga’s traditional wholemeal bread, GI = 70
Foods with a glycemic index (GI) higher than 70 are restricted on the Low GI diet

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