GI Diet: How do I work out GIs for non-listed items?
August 7, 2005 10:42 AM   Subscribe

I've just put my portly frame on a GI Diet. I have books that detail what main ingredients are allowed, but how can I work out rough GI ratings for specific items that aren't on any lists? Also, is there a good free website that can help?
posted by wibbler to Health & Fitness (5 answers total)
 
Try Fit Day, it's a great tool. Free reg.
posted by iconomy at 11:10 AM on August 7, 2005


Ooops - premature cut off! Have you tried this GI calculator?
posted by iconomy at 11:13 AM on August 7, 2005


NutritionData.com
posted by Pigpen at 1:38 PM on August 7, 2005


The University of Sydney has a searchable GI database. If you haven't already chosen a specific eating plan, may I recommend the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet? You can download a 16-page overview of the diet with 7 weeks of meal plans (and lots of recipes) here, or buy the book.
posted by obiwanwasabi at 6:41 PM on August 7, 2005


...and that'll teach me not to mousehover existing links on the page.
posted by obiwanwasabi at 6:43 PM on August 7, 2005


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