Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb

Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb Free App

Rated 4.00/5 (14) —  Free Android application by simple & useful


About Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb

Search easily glycemic Index (GI), glycemic Load (GL) and carbs amount in foods.
Start eating complex carbs for stable long-lasting energy. Reduce blood sugar spiking by choosing low GL foods.

what is GI?
it is a number which indicates the effect of foods carbohydrates on a person's blood glucose. GL is a number that indicates this effect considering carbs amount. Those numbers can be affected by cooking methods and processing.

With Gili you can:
- Search foods fast, and save favorite ones
- Sorting by name, glycemic index, glycemic Load or carb content.
- Discover a recommended products from the net.
- compare foods and find a better choice for your diet.

Low GI - 55 or less. In this group, you can find seeds, beans, legumes, vegetable etc.
Medium - 55-69.
High - 70 and above. in this group of foods, you can find white bread, white rice, baked potato and etc.

Who can enjoy this app?
People on a low-carb diet, ketogenic diet, Atkins diet, Athletes and everyone who want to improve his diet and Start eating healthier.

Download Gili today and start checking your diet glycemic index & load.

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How to Download / Install

Download and install Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb version 4.0 on your Android device!
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Android package: com.sagi.glycemicindexload, download Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb.apk

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What's Changed
fiber, sugar, and glycemic load by portion size

What are users saying about Gili - Glycemic Index & Load and Carb

by G####:

Great app, helps me a lot, exactly what i was looking for!

by Q####:

Does not even list bacon...that sucks

by B####:

The app is simple. But it's a little confusing because there are no instructions on how to use app or for data given. It's easy to look at numbers, but I cannot tell what size servings the numbers are based on. I cannot find a menu for the app.

by M####:

I read the reviews-which seemed to be mixed-but decided to download anyway. I mean bacon shouldn't have any carbs. However, when you look at the list of foods and see that broccoli has two carbs they should include the serving size. I looked that up on a number of different sites and found that ONE STALK = 2 CARBS. I don't know anyone that eats just 1 STALK of anything. 1/2 to 1 cup is the a more usual serving size (or a teaspoon to a tablespoon of some ingredients) so I guess I will uninstall and keep searching for a glycemic load app...maybe one that will allow me to enter the quantity of the food I am eating...

by P####:

Very useful and nice interface! Thanks!

by X####:

This app has been really helpful, I strongly recommend using it daily!

by O####:

I especially like the fact that you kept all the infomation accessible and free of in-app charges. It will be even greater if scrolling down be facilitated by a scroller. Also I would like to toggle between sorting from low to high Or high to low values.

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