Our expert says:
You can certainly eat the Sasko soy and linseed low-GI white bread as it has all the benefits of low-GI. You are correct that adding skim milk or yoghurt to Weetbix and cooking oats in milk or having skim milk with the oats will lower the GI. According to the SA Food Tables, Weetbix contain 12.1g of fibre per 100g, while All-Bran contains 19 g of fibre/100g.
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