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hi guys in this video we’re gonna talk about the difference between the glycemic index and the glycemic load I don’t know if you ever heard about this one probably this one but a lot of people have not heard about this one but there’s two different factors here we want to talk about especially when we’re dealing with glycemic which means the sugar the glycemic index is how fast that carbohydrate is digested or broken down into the blood and then how much power that has to raise the blood sugar okay and the speed at which it raises the blood sugar whereas the glycemic load is a little different it’s the concentrated amount of carbohydrate or the amount of carbohydrate in the food so let me kind of give you an example a carrot a raw carrot is on the glycemic index 91 right now 55 or less is low 56 to 69 is moderate over 70 is high so coordinator this scale but carrot would be high because it’s 91 okay the glycemic load 10 is low or 10 or less as low 10 to 20 is moderate greater than 20 is high so if you look at a raw carrot 91 is pretty high on the glycemic index but look at the glycemic load it has a factor of 1 so what we’re doing with the glycemic load is deducting all the fiber it’s very fibrous right so this is not going to influence your blood Sugar’s nearly as much as most other foods so let’s kind of go through candy bar okay a typical candy bar is 68 so that’s some borderline and pretty high and that’s a half a candy bar glycemic load is 23 so it’s still high jellybeans 78 for a 1 ounce and mount of jellybeans glycemic load is 22 again high there’s not a lot of fiber and jelly beans corn bread to 110 that’s pretty high it’s off the charts that’s 160 gram piece of cornbread glycemic index of 31 that’s pretty high grape nut okay that’s 75 for a half of a cup glycemic load is 31 is pretty high you wouldn’t think that Grape Nuts would be that high as a cereal but it’s pretty high potato 104 for a one large potato it’s a 36 glycemic load that’s pretty high carrot 91 1 so that would be fine look at corn 55 on the glycemic index but 62 on the glycemic load so this is the worst thing you could possibly eat is corn especially with related to your blood sugars now what I want you to do is I want you to type down the food that you loved and ate as a child that was a carbohydrate that wasn’t too good for you okay mine was combination between Reese’s peanut butter cups and Doritos and pizza so what was yours I’m curious all right talk to you later hi guys listen I want to thank you so much for your wonderful comments and I want to ask you if you wouldn’t mind giving me your review on Google I put a link down below I’d really appreciate it and thank you in advance
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Dr. Berg talks about the difference between the glycemic index versus the glycemic load. The glycemic index is how fast a carbohydrate turns into sugar and effects the blood sugars, but the glycemic load has to be the concentration of carbohydrates.
Less than 55 is low
Greater than 70 high
Lower than 10 low
greater than 20 high
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