Search Our Low GI Food Database
Have you ever wondered – “How do I know what foods are low GI?” Our new Low GI Food Database can help you find the GI value of everyday staples and some of your favourite food brands so you can make healthy carbohydrate choices. You can search for a specific food in our search box, or adjust the arrows on the columns to sort the entries. You’ll easily find out which are low GI foods, and which are high GI foods. Try searching for low glycemic index fruits such as berries and apples, or discover the glycemic index of a potato.
Once you’ve discovered your favourite low GI foods, try creating a low GI shopping list packed with good carbohydrates to get you started on your low GI journey.
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*Foods with very low or no carbohydrates do not register a GI
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