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What is the glycemic index value of cooked dry black beans without fat in the cooking?

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I would really like to know the glycemic index of cooked dry black  beans without fat in the cooking? Is it considered as high glycemic index food or low glycemic index food?
asked Jan 9, 2013 in Nutrition by anonymous

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The glycemic index (GI) of cooked dry black  beans without fat in the cooking is 20. It's considered as low in the glycemic index.
low GI = 55 or less.
 Medium GI = 56–69.
 High GI = 70 and above.
source of data > http://riskfactor.cancer.gov/DHQ/database/
answered Jan 9, 2013 by Moriah Kleinerman St (2,060 points)