|glycaemic load or (US) glycemic load|
|GL an index indicating the amount of carbohydrate contained in a specified serving of a particular food. It is calculated by multiplying the food's glycaemic index by its carbohydrate content in grams and then dividing by 100|
|glycemic load or (US) glycemic load|
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