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These resources provide information that makes understanding low GI easier for everyone. Whether you’re a consumer or a health professional, just search for the information you need and download or print the relevant resource for future reference.

Consumer Fact Sheets

Glycemic Index: All you need to know

Glycemic Index: All you need to know

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Your Low GI Shopping List

Your Low GI Shopping List

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Your guide to eating well in pregnancy

Your guide to eating well in pregnancy

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Eating to maximise your sports performance

Eating to maximise your sports performance

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Glycemic Index and Managing Diabetes

Glycemic Index and Managing Diabetes

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Glycemic Index and Weight Management

Glycemic Index and Weight Management

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Healthcare Professional Fact Sheets

Your Low GI Shopping List

Glycemic Index and Diabetes

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Glycemic Index and Pregnancy

Glycemic Index and Pregnancy

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Glycemic Index and Weight Management

Glycemic Index and Weight Management

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Diabetes Fact Sheet References

Glycemic Index and Diabetes - References

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Pregnancy Fact Sheet References

Glycemic Index and Pregnancy - References

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Weight Management Fact Sheet references

Glycemic Index and Weight Management - References

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Infographics

GI and your body

GI and your body

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Manage Weight

Manage weight

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The GI Symbol

The GI Symbol

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What Is GI

What is GI?

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The Ideal Low GI Plate

Ideal plate

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Sustained Energy

Sustained Energy

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Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes

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The Healthy Lunchbox

Healthy lunch box

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Swap it

Swap It

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Pregnancy

Pregnancy

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Position Statements

Position Statement: Low Carbohydrates

Low Carbohydrates and Low GI are not the same

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POSITION STATEMENT: Glycemic Index and Sustained Energy

Glycemic Index and Sustained Energy

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Position Statement: Added sugars

Added Sugars and the GI Symbol Program

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POSITION STATEMENT: Lowering the Average GI of the Australian Diet

Lowering the Average GI of the Australian Diet

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Position Statement: Simple and Complex Carbohydrates

Complex Carbohydrates vs GI

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POSITION STATEMENT: Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load

Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load

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A low GI diet focuses on the quality of carbohydrates you eat. Good carbohydrates (or low GI carbohydrates) are more slowly digested helping keep your blood sugars stable, whereas bad carbohydrates cause your blood glucose levels to peak and crash. Want to know which carbohydrates are best for you? Try our swap it tool!

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