|GI Rating of the Breads|
|GI Value of Whole Wheat Flour|
Whole Wheat Flour
Glycemic Index Value: 71
Glycemic Index Range: High
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.
o Types of bread:
Cornell, Corn Pone, Crostini, Crumpet, Ana-dama, Babka, Kolera Majga, Baguette, Bakeware, Barm Brack, Bâtarde, Baton, Biscuit, Black Bread, Boston Brown, Boule, Taftoon, Barbari, Breadcrumbs, Bread Sauce, Brioche, Bruschetta, Challah, Chapati, Cornbread, Ficelle, Flat Bread, Focaccia, Pumpernickel, Roti, Sally Lunn, Kurdish Flat Bread, Salt-rising Bread, French Bread, Fry Bread, Garlic Bread, Gingerbread, Hardtack, Hushpuppy, Irish Soda Bread, Sangak, Italian Bread, Johnnycake, Khachapuri, Lahvosh, Limpa Bread, Mandelbrot, Monkey Bread, Khaplla Kurdish Bread, Muffin, Naan, Pancake, Panettone, Lavash, Panko
|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 snack bread
Wholegrain pumpernickel bread
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|Breads - Beans, Legumes - Bread Rolls - Bread Snacks - Muffins - Ice Cream, Dessert - Milk - Yogurt - Fruit - Fruit Juices Cakes - Candies - Cookies - Crackers - Pancakes - Pizza - Snacks - Noodles - Pasta - Rice Potatoes|
|Glycemic Index for Whole Wheat Flour , GI Value of Whole Wheat Flour Glycemic Response to Whole Wheat Flour , Effect of Carbs in Whole Wheat Flour on Blood Glucose, Glycemic Index Information for all Types of Whole Wheat Flour , Nutritional value of Whole Wheat Flour|
||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