GI stands for glycemic index, and is a measure of the affects that various foods have on blood sugar levels. Certain people, such as diabetics, need to know the GI ratings of foods in order to better control their blood sugar levels.
So what about raspberries? Are raspberries a low GI food?
Yes, actually they are!
The glycemic index is a rating from 0 to 100, with higher numbers being more harmful to blood sugar levels. On this scale, raspberries are only a 32, which makes them a relatively low GI food compared to other foods such as potatoes, honey, and rice.