Crackers and Savoury Baked Products

Crackers and Savoury Bakes
GIName of product / foodGLUnitMass (g)Comments
LowTortilla, wheat<10150Mexican GI
LowPizza base, gluten free, Ace of Base<201 base90GIFSA & DSA
LowGlobal Wrapps* (no filling)<301 wrap90
LowProvita, original, multigrain<51 cracker6GIFSA Active Foods
LowProvita, original, whole wheat<51 cracker6GIFSA & DSA
LowTortilla, corn or maize (wheat free)<20150Mexican GIGF
MediumPita bread <301 pita85Canadian GI
MediumCrackermates Lites, sesame and poppyseed<51 cracker5
MediumCrackermates Lites, whole wheat<5 1 cracker4.5
MediumChapatti, maize or corn<201 chapatti50Indian GIGF
MediumCrackerbread, rye, Bakers<51 cracker7.5
MediumRyvita<51 cracker9Australian GI
MediumCroissant**<30160Canadian GI; high fat
MediumCracker bread, wheat, Bakers<517.5
MediumTaco shell<5111.2Canadian GIGF
HighMelba toast<201 slice20Canadian GI
HighCracker bread, maize, Bakers<51 cracker7.5
HighSnackbread, whole wheat <51 cracker5.5Australian GI
HighCream Crackers<51 cracker6.9Estimated GI
HighRice cakes, plain<101 cracker8.85GF
HighCorn Thins, plain, Real Foods<101 cracker6Australian GIGF

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A true Low GI food releases glucose slowly and steadily into the bloodstream without overstimulating the pancreas to produce too much insulin. A High GI food, on the other hand, causes a sudden, large increase in blood glucose, resulting to either hyperglycaemia in Diabetics or hypoglycaemia in hypoglycaemics. GI of Glucose = 100
One of the services that we render as the GI Foundation, is to determine the GI of food products. Food companies are welcome to contact us for more information.
The products marked by an * are high in fat.
GF – means gluten free.
GI Foundation SA Endorsed: The product comply with health specifications and are nutritious for healthy and diabetic persons.