The glycemic index (GI) is a measure that ranks foods on how quickly and how high they raise blood sugar levels. It’s based on the idea that some carbohydrates are broken down more slowly than others, resulting in different effects on blood sugar levels.
Foods with a lower GI score (55 or less) tend to be digested slower and cause smaller rises in blood glucose levels compared to those with higher scores (70–100). This can help you better manage your weight, energy level and overall health.
Below you can find a complete list for other foods with its glycemic index and glycemic load ranks.
Note: GI = Glycemic Index, GL = Glycemic Load