For those who were asking yesterday during the Facebook Feed, here is a copy of the Glycemic Index we use. Please feel free to download it and print it off. We hope it will serve as a guideline when deciding what foods to eat.
(from the internet)
The Glycemic Index is a scale that ranks carbohydrate rich foods by how much they raise blood glucose sugar levels compared to a standard food. The Glycemic Index measures the increase in blood glucose levels during the two hours after eating a particular kind of food. Some foods that contain carbohydrate create a quick and more dramatic rise in blood glucose, such as white rice and dry cereal.