Classification GI range Examples
Low GI 55 or less most fruits and vegetables, legumes/pulses, whole grains, nuts, fructose
Medium GI 56–69 whole wheat products, basmati rice, sweet potato, sucrose, baked potatoes
High GI 70 and above white bread, most white rices, corn flakes, extruded breakfast cereals, glucose, maltose

Infant Formula And Weaning Foods

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Glycemic Index Search

Use the above search utility to search for foods either by name or by GI value.

10 results found.

International table of glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) values: 20021

Description G.I.
(Glucose = 100)2
G.I.
(Bread = 100)2
Subjects
(Type and Number)
Reference Food and Time Period Serving Size
grams
Available Carbohydrate Content
grams / serving
Glycemic Load3
(per serving)
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods » Robinsons First Tastes From 4 Months »
Apple, apricot and banana cereal4
Nutricia | Wells | UK
56 ± 8 80 Healthy » 11 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 75 13 11
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods » Robinsons First Tastes From 4 Months » Creamed porridge

Nutricia | Wells
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods »
Farex baby rice4
Heinz Wattie's Ltd | Malvern | Australia
95 ± 13 136 Healthy » 11 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 87 6 6
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods » Heinz For Baby From 4 Months »
Heinz for Baby from 4 months - Chicken and noodles with vegetables (strained)4
Heinz Wattie's Ltd | Malvern | Australia
67 ± 11 96 Healthy » 10 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 120 7 5
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Baby Formula » Formula »
Infasoy, soy-based, milk-free4
Wyeth Nutritionals | Baulkham Hills | Australia
55 ± 6 78 Healthy » 11 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 100 mL 7 4
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Baby Formula » Formula »
Karicare gold starter formula with omega plus LCP oils4
Nutricia | Auckland | New Zealand
35 ± 5 50 Healthy » 10 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 100 mL 7 2
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Baby Formula » Formula »
Nan-1 infant formula with iron4
Nestlé | Sydney | Australia
30 ± 6 73 Healthy » 9 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 100 mL 8 2
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods » Robinsons First Tastes From 4 Months » Rice pudding

Nutricia | Wells
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Baby Formula » Formula »
S-26 infant formula4
Wyeth Nutritionals | Baulkham Hills | Australia
36 ± 6 52 Healthy » 10 (adults) Glucose » 2 hours 100 mL 7 3
Unpublished Observations5
Infant Formula And Weaning Foods » Weaning Foods » Heinz For Baby From 4 Months » Sweetcorn and rice

Heinz Wattie's Ltd | Malvern
  1. NS (Non Specific), not specified; type 1 and type 2, subjects with type 1 and type 2 diabetes; AUC (Area Under the Curve). Serving sizes in grams unless specified otherwise.
  2. x ± SEM (Standard Error of Mean). Two GI vlaues are shown for each food−one in which glucose sugar was used as the reference food and one in which white bread was used as the reference food.
  3. Estimated by multiplying the food’s listed GI value with glucose as the reference food by the listed g carbohydrate per serving and dividing by 100.
  4. Portions of the test food and the reference food contained 25 g carbohydrate.
  5. Human Nutrition Unit (Sydney University, Australia), unpublished observations, 1995–2002.
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