tim.tdj Posted January 7, 2021 Share Posted January 7, 2021 (edited) Hi Everyone I have just seen something which doesn't make sense to me. According to the following article, coconut flour has a Glycemic Index of 50: https://www.upgrademyfood.com/which-flour-is-best-for-a-diabetic/ However, according to the nutrition information on a packet of coconut flour I have purchased, there are only 27.2g of non-fibre carbohydrates per 100g of the flour. Have the authors of the above article made a mistake? How can the Glycemic Index be higher than the amount in grams of non-fibre carbohydrates per 100g of the coconut flour? Thank you very much. Kind regards Tim Edited January 7, 2021 by tim.tdj Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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