GI Value For Starchy Foods
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GI Value For Starchy Foods

Starches and The Glycemic Index (GI)

Starches tend to have a higher-GI value, although not all starches are high-GI. For example, most pastas have a medium GI-value, brown or basmati rice are low-GI, while boiled potatoes have a medium rating on the glycemic index (GI). Adding olive oil or lemon juice helps to reduce the glycemic value of starchy foods. Portion control also helps to minimize the effect of starchy food on blood glucose levels.

Nevertheless, starches do typically have an adverse effect on blood sugar and should be eaten in moderation. See also GI Diet Advice About Potatoes, GI Diet Guide to Pasta

GI Diet Advice About Carbohydrate Intake

Excessive levels of glucose in the bloodstream are associated with numerous metabolic health problems, including: obesity, insulin insensitivity, pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance syndrome and heart disease.

As far as food is concerned, the best way to maintain optimal control over your blood glucose is to choose starchy carbohydrate foods with a lower GI value.

GI Values For Types of Starchy Foods

Corn Pasta GI
Fettucine GI
Gluten-Free Pasta GI
Linguini GI
Macaroni GI
Spaghetti GI
Spaghetti GI

Vermicelli GI

Basmati GI
Brown Rice GI
Instant Rice GI
Long Grain Rice GI
Quick Cook Rice GI
Risotto GI
White Rice GI

Baked Potato GI
Boiled Potato GI
French Fries GI
Mashed Potato GI
Sweet Potato GI

Instant Noodles GI
Rice Noodles GI
Soba Noodles GI
Udon Noodles GI

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