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High Carb Foods List

This is a searchable collection of high-carbohydrate/sugar data on thousands of foods. The carbohydrate and sugar data of foods is based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture database for standard reference SR22.
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We define high sugar foods  as 37.5 - 100 gram of sugar per 100 gram food.It seems difficult to find a precise definition of high-carbohydrate foods. We suggest that a high carb food must contain more than 55g of available carbohydrate per 100g of food.
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Descriptiongram/100g
Dairy and Egg Products
Whey, sweet, dried74.46
Cream substitute, flavored, powdered74.22
Whey, acid, dried73.45
Cream substitute, powdered, light73.4
Beverage, instant breakfast powder, chocolate, not reconstituted65.8
Spices and Herbs
Spices, garlic powder63.73
Spices, ginger, ground58.29
Spices, onion powder63.92
Spices, saffron61.47
Baby Foods
Babyfood, baked product, finger snacks cereal74.38
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, with iron, powder56.2
Infant formula, NESTLE, GOOD START SUPREME, with iron, powder57.32
Zwieback71.7
Babyfood, teething biscuits75
Babyfood, pretzels79.9
Babyfood, cookies, arrowroot70.9
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, LIPIL, with iron, powder, with ARA and DHA56.2
Babyfood, cereal, rice, with bananas, dry78.9
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, NEXT STEP, PROSOBEE LIPIL, powder, with ARA and DHA57.1
Babyfood, cereal, brown rice, dry, instant79.15
Babyfood, cookies66.9
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, low iron, powder, not reconstituted56.2
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, NUTRAMIGEN, with iron, powder, not reconstituted55
Babyfood, crackers, vegetable62.85
Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, LACTOFREE LIPIL, with iron, powder, with ARA and DHA56.3

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High Carb & High Sugar Foods

What is High Carb & High Sugar Foods?
Carbohydrates (carbs) serve as the primary energy source for most forms of life. In a standard American diet, 55 percent of daily calories consumed come from carbohydrates.The USDA recommends 300 grams of carbs per day. A high-carbohydrate diet is defined as one containing 60%, 25%, and 15% of energy from carbohydrate, fat, and protein. High carb diet  including bread, pasta, rice, and the other one displayed better moods and were found to be less angry, hostile or depressed. High sugar means more than 37.5g of sugar per 100 gram food. As a diet of people with diabetes,high sugar and high carb foods should be reduced.
Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal, in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. Glycemic Index(GI) is a measure of the effects of carbohydrates on blood sugar levels.GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels.
High Glycemic Index Foods(GI>=70)
Food Carbohydrates (gm) Available Carb per Serving Glycemic Index Glycemic Load Carb Calories per Serving
Baked potato, Russet, baked without fat ( 1 small potato, 5 oz.)
30
85
26
120
Waffles, Aunt Jemima (1 piece)
13
76
10
52
Gatorade (1 cup)
15
78
12
60
Grapenuts (approx. 1 cup, Kraft)
22
75
16
88
Bread, whole wheat (1 slice)
13
71
9
52
Bread, white (1 slice)
14
73
10
56
Bagel, (white, frozen)
35
72
25
140
Stuffing ( approx. 1 cup)
21
74
16
84
Graham wafers (approx. 1 cup)
18
74
14
72
Grapenuts (approx. 1 cup, Kraft)
22
75
16
44
Shredded wheat (1 oz. serving)
20
75
15
80
Total (1 oz. serving, General Mills)
22
76
17
88
Cream of Wheat (1 oz. serving, instant, Nabisco)
30
74
22
120
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