The Glycemic Index and why it matters to you

Mashed potatoes in a shallow bowl - a food with a high glycemic index

The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of your body’s blood sugar response after eating a carbohydrate. A food with a GI of 100 is rapidly digested and absorbed by the body causing a short, sharp rise in blood sugar. A food with a low GI ( under about 55ish) is digested and absorbed more … Read more