GI Value For Snack Foods
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GI Value For Snack Foods

Snacks and The Glycemic Index (GI)

Although many snacks do not have a high GI value, they are typically refined foods with a low nutritional content and a medium/high fat and sugar content. This means they need not be included in a healthy diet, whether or not it is a low-GI eating plan. The glycemic index includes many foods that have a low impact on blood glucose levels, but a low-GI value does not necessarily make them healthy. Also, over-eating high-fat, high-sugar snackfoods is a contributory factor to obesity and other metabolic disorders like insulin insensitivity and pre-diabetes.

GI Diet Advice About Carbohydrate Consumption

High levels of sugar in the bloodstream are associated with numerous health problems, including: obesity, impaired glucose tolerance, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance syndrome and heart disease. As far as diet foods are concerned, the best way to maintain optimal control over your blood glucose is to choose snacks with a lower GI value.

GI Values For Types of Snack Foods



Cake
Angel Food Cake GI
Banana Cake GI
Chocolate Cake GI
Cupcake GI
Flan Cake GI
Pound Cake GI
Sponge Cake GI
Vanilla Cake GI

Candy
Jelly Beans GI
M&M's GI
Mars Bar GI
Milk Chocolate GI
Nutella Chocolate Spread GI
Skittles GI
Snickers GI
Twix Bar GI

Cookies
Arrowroot Cookie GI
Digestive Biscuit GI
Graham Wafer GI
Morning Coffee Biscuit GI
Oatmeal Cookie GI
Rich Tea Biscuit GI
Vanilla Wafer GI

Crackers
Corn Thins GI
Cream Cracker GI
Rice Cake GI
Rye Crispbread GI
Ryvita GI
Soda Cracker GI
Water Cracker GI

Pancakes
Waffle GI
Pancake GI

Pizza
Pizza GI
Cheese Pizza GI
Thin & Crispy Pizza GI
Pan Pizza GI

Snacks
Corn Chips GI
Popcorn GI
Potato Chips GI
Pretzels GI
Tortilla Chips GI

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