|GI Rating of the Breads|
|GI Value of Buckwheat Bread|
Glycemic Index Value: 47
Glycemic Index Range: Low
Low GI foods
GI value less than 55
Medium GI foods = GI value between 55 and 69
High GI foods = GI value greater than 70
Food's Personality: Breads
o A staple since prehistoric times, bread is made from
grains that have been ground into flour or meal, moistened and kneaded into a
dough, and then baked.|
o Unleavened flat breads have been eaten since Neolithic times (10,000 )
o Except Asia, where the preferred grain is rice, bread has long been a world wide staple.
o The discovery of fermentation is attributed to the Egyptians, who also invented baking ovens.
o Bread is high in complex carbohydrates and a good source of B vitamins.
o Whole grain bread is higher in protein, has twice the fiber, and generally has more vitamins and minerals than white bread.
o Grains, seeds, nuts and fruit can be added to bread for flavor and texture.
o Unleavened bread (e.g. matzo) uses no leavening and therefore is quite flat.
o Quick breads require no kneading and use baking soda, baking powder or eggs to leaven the bread.
o A yeast batter bread uses strenuous beating instead of kneading to the same end.
o Made with a mixed wheat and rye dough, the light rye breads are popular in the United States.
o Dark rye breads are common in Europe.
|Glycemic Value of the other Breads:|
100% Whole Grain™ bread
100% barley flour bread
Baguette French Bread
Bread Honey & Oats Vogel's brand
Bread Stuffing Paxo
Bürgen™ Fruit bread
English Muffin™ bread
Gluten-free multigrain bread
Honey & Oats bread/Vogel's brand
Kaiser bread rolls
Kurdish bread whole wheat
Light rye bread
Linseed rye bread
Multi-grain batch bread
Oat bran Bread (50%) (Australia)
Oat bran Bread Bürgen® Honey
Oatmeal batch bread
Sunflower and barley bread
White Flour Bread
Whole Wheat Bread
Whole Wheat Flour
Whole-wheat snack bread
Wholegrain pumpernickel bread
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||Bests of Low GI Foods:|
O Cicer arietinum
O Fabaceae Family
Food: Garbanzo Beans
Glycemic Index Value: 28
Glycemic Index Range: Low
O are a good source of fiber
O are a good source of zinc and protein
O are useful as a meat substitute
O contain no cholesterol