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Montignac diet: glycemic index

  1. The glycemic index is a table from which you can read how many percent of the sugar in the carbohydrates you take in is absorbed into the bloodstream. Products with a high glycemic index increase the value of the blood sugar level, which can lead to unpleasant complaints. The Montignac diet makes extensive use of the glycemic index.

Glycemic index

  1. The glycemic index, often shortened to GI, is a table in which you can read how much sugar enters the bloodstream after eating certain products consisting of carbohydrates. The glycemic index values ​​range from 0 to 100. The higher the glycemic index, the more sugar is released into the bloodstream. This causes a temporary extreme spike in blood sugar

Good carbohydrates (GI ≤50)

  1. Freshly squeezed fruit juice (no added sugars) Sweet potatoes Wild rice Raw carrots Fructose Low-Fat Yogurt Peas Dried Fruit Oatmeal porridge Green beans Dark chocolate Fresh fruit (except melon, banana and watermelon) Fruit jam Brown rice Whole grain rye bread Spaghetti

Bad carbohydrates (GI ≥50)

  1. Beer White potatoes Ravioli Tortellini White bread Honey Sugar Rice cakes White rice Boiled carrots Fruit yoghurt Maize Raisin Risotto Milk Chocolate Watermelon Banana Melon

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