Amy’s Kitchen, Organic Foods

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Products that are likely low GI

Since GI is measured only for individual food ingredients, it is impossible to state the GI of mixed foods without extensive testing. But based on the low GI ingredients that these Amy's items contain (and my expertise as a Registered Dietitian and cooking teacher) they likely have a low glycemic load (which is what happens when you eat these foods as part of a mixed diet). These foods are not as likely as others to raise your blood sugar but remember that everybody is different and be sure to check your blood sugars as often as your health care provider recommends.
Jill Nussinow, MS, RD The Veggie Queen™

Amy’s Tofu Scramble
Amy’s Black Bean Vegetable Enchilada
Amy’s Cheese Enchilada
Amy’s Cheese Enchilada Whole Meal
Amy’s Santa Fe Enchilada Bowl
Amy’s Tortilla Casserole and Black Beans Bowl
Amy’s Indian Mattar Paneer
Amy’s Indian Palak Paneer
Amy’s Indian Mattar Tofu
Amy’s Indian Paneer Tikka
Amy’s Asian Noodle Stir-Fry
Amy’s Organic Cream of Tomato Soup
Amy’s Organic Lentil Soup
Amy’s Organic Black Bean Vegetable Soup
Amy’s Organic Cream of Mushroom Soup
Amy’s Organic Vegetable Barley Soup
Amy’s Organic Thai Coconut Soup
Amy’s Organic Lentil Vegetable Soup
Amy’s Organic Chunky Tomato Bisque
Amy’s Organic Pasta & 3 Bean Soup
Amy’s Organic Chunky Vegetable Soup
Amy’s Organic Fire Roasted Southwestern Vegetable Soup
Amy’s Organic Traditional Refried Beans
Amy’s Organic Refried Black Beans
Amy’s Organic Refried Black Beans with Green Chiles
Amy’s Organic Medium Chili
Amy’s Organic Medium Chili with Vegetables
Amy’s Organic Spicy Chili
Amy’s Organic Black Bean Chili
Amy’s Organic Tomato Basil Pasta Sauce
Amy’s Organic Family Marinara Pasta Sauce
Amy’s Organic Medium Salsa
Amy’s Organic Mild Salsa
Amy’s Organic Black Bean & Corn Salsa
Amy’s Organic Spicy Chipotle Salsa
Amy’s Fire Roasted Vegetable Salsa

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