Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load of FRUITS

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Food Name Glycemic Index Glycemic Load

Pineapple, cooked or canned, drained solids 59 9.2

Pineapple, cooked or canned 59 9.3

Pineapple, cooked or canned, juice pack 59 9.3

Papaya, cooked or canned, in sugar or syrup 59 11.5

Fruit juice bar, frozen, flavor other than orange 59 11.9

Pineapple, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup 59 11.9

Sorbet, fruit, noncitrus flavor 59 11.9

Fruit juice bar, frozen, orange flavor 59 13.7

Sorbet, fruit, citrus flavor 59 13.7

Figs, cooked or canned, in light syrup 61 10.9

Fig, raw 61 11.7

Fig, dried, cooked, with sugar 61 20.7

Fig, dried, uncooked 61 39.0

Apricot, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack 64 4.1

Currants, raw 64 8.8

Apricot, cooked or canned, in light syrup 64 10.6

Apricot, cooked or canned, drained solids 64 13.6

Apricot, cooked or canned 64 13.7

Apricot, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup 64 13.7

Raisins, cooked 64 36.7

Currants, dried 64 47.4

Raisins 64 50.7

Cantaloupe (muskmelon), raw 65 5.3

Honeydew melon, raw 65 5.9

Honeydew, frozen (balls) 65 5.9

Cranberry juice, unsweetened 68 8.3

Cranberry-white grape juice mixture, unsweetened 68 9.4

Watermelon, raw 72 5.4

Date 103 77.3

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