Glycemic Index of Red Grapes
Diabetic patients should refer to the Glycemic Index (GI) of a food to determine if it is safe for them. GI indicates how high or how fast the blood sugar level will rise as a response to a certain carbohydrate enrich food.
The glycemic load will also take into consideration the amount of carbohydrates in every food serving, including the GI of such food. As for the red grapes, it belongs in the middle of the GI chart and has a low GI load. The reason is because both fiber and water in a single serving of red grapes can modulate the body’s response to blood glucose.