All of these foods have a lower glycemic index than 55 and therefore are considered low glycemic index foods.When the glycemic index varies between 55 and 70 food has moderate glycemic index and above 70, high glycemic index.
See the glycemic values of foods:Table of glycemic index.
Fruits with low glycemic index
The fruits with low glycemic index are those that do not greatly increase your blood sugar and can be apple, dried apricot, cherry, grapefruit, pear or plum, for example.
Despite the fruits have a low glycemic index to further delay the rise in blood sugar fruits should not be eaten in isolation but always accompanied by toast, biscuits, yoghurt or dried fruits like walnuts or almonds.