This website is useful for looking up information about the GI, as well as for determining the GI value of specific foods.
This is a fine source for all kinds of rice and a variety of flours. Whether you are worried about gluten or not, it's a resource for many products that may be hard to find in your local stores.
McCann's and Flavahan's are two brands of Irish oatmeal, which is cut more coarsely than quick oats for maximum advantage to low GI diets. These brands are available nationally in all major food chains.
Many low-carb diets are based on the glycemic index. Find articles and recipes to help you eat healthier and lose weight. This site is a part of the About.com network.
NDIC is a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, a part of the National Institutes of Health. The mission of NDIC is to increase knowledge and understanding about diabetes among patients, health care providers, and the public.
This is an excellent sugar substitute for use in custards, pie fillings, cheesecakes, puddings, sweet sauces, frostings, homemade ice cream, and sorbets. It's not recommended when you want to brown a cookie or cake or caramelize a topping. Then, Splenda Sugar Blend is excellent — it has half the calories of sugar and provides enough sugar for texture and browning. Bakers like it because it holds up well — it doesn't break down or get bitter when exposed to heat.
A national chain, Trader Joe's has some of the most interesting foods available. Their frozen foods and other private-label products are excellent, and their nuts are a bargain.
Wild Oats is a chain of natural food stores specializing in organic fresh, frozen, dried, and prepared foods. They have many whole-grain and low GI products from breads and cereals to cookies and cakes.