Glycemic Load Chart
This Glycemic Index / Glycemic Load Chart lists many common foods and their relative Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load values. Different varieties of foods would vary depending on their relative fiber or sugar content. The more sugar added, or the more a food is processed, the higher the glycemic number. This chart is useful for people who have Metabolic Syndrome or insulin resistance.
Recommendation: Keep glycemic points under 50 per day for blood sugar control.
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