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Glycemic Index Of Many Varieties Of Rice Is A Healthy Low To Medium

July 9, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
A British study of 235 types of rice finds that the glycemic index can vary from 48 to 92 – with an average of 64. The low to medium GI of many varieties of rice means they can be a healthy part of the everyday diet, especially for people like diabetics who need to control blood sugar levels. Rice varieties like India's most widely grown rice variety, swarna, have a low GI; varieties like doongara and basmati from Australia have a medium GI. Low GI foods are those that measure 55 and less; medium GI measures between 56 and 69; and high GI foods measure at 70 and above.
Fitzgerald et al., "Identification of a Major Genetic Determinant of Glycemic Index in Rice", Rice, July 09, 2012, © Springer
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