Carbohydrates Part 4: The Glycemic Load

That led into the concept of the Glycemic Load (GL) which, while better, is still problematic. At the very least it takes into account the total carbohydrate amount. Eating a few grams of a high GI food doesn’t matter. Putting 3 grams of some high GI vegetable on your salad doesn’t matter in the least since the amount is so small. Quite in fact, 30 grams of a lower GI food could impact on blood glucose to a much larger degree.

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