Apples Glycemic Load
The glycemic load (GL) differs from glycemic index (GI) as glycemic load measures the response and insulin demand in a specific amount of food in grams. In other words how much you eat of the food. A food may be considered moderate or high glycemic, but how much of it you eat makes a difference.
The glycemic load is calculated using the following formula:
GL=GI/100 XCHO (grams) per serving
Example: The glycemic load (GL) of an apple=38/100 X13=4.94 (rounded to 5)
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