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I need a complete list of fast and slow carbs for a diet project I'm working on.

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Fast Carbs
Pasta Breads Rice, Corn & other grains
couscous Bagels rice white & brown
egg noodles linguine sliced bread rice noodles
macaroni corn tortillas corn on the cob/kernels
penne english muffin Barley/grits
rigatoni flower tortilla
potatoes fruits cherries,grapes pineapple
yams Melons cantaloupe,watermelon,honeydew - Dry fruits
sweet potatoes Med round fruits apple,oranges,banana
small round fruits plums,tangerines,nectarines

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Slow Carbs
veggies Tomatoes,summer squash Berries
Cauliflower uncooked greens turnip-collards-kale apricots
celery bok choi artichoke-asparagus grapefruit
chili peppers cabbage bell peppers-broccoli lemon-lime
cucumbers endive brussels sprouts-carrots Legumes-Beans
mushrooms lettuce egg plant-greenbeans black-cannelini-garbanzo
radishes radicchio leeks kidney-lima-navy-pinto
sprouts spinach/watercress soy-white-blackeye-chick,green,snap,snow peas
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You need a protein a slow card and a fast carb as a well balanced meal and eat snack inbetween meals, this should help. drink more water and excersice 30 min a days , is doable! good luck
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Some examples would include;
Fast Carbs:
Slow Carbs:
-Bell Pepper
-Cooked Kale

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The list of slow and high carbs comprise of high glycemic index foods which include waffles, white bread, Rice Krispies, millet, potatoes, dates and jelly beans, the medium foods which include pastries, croissants, hamburger buns, oat bran, brown rice, apricots, raisins, cheese and popcorn. And lastly the low glycemic index foods which include artichoke, asparagus, spinach, yogurt, lentil soup, carrots, spaghetti, cherries, milk, rye, porridge and soy milk. Check out for more information.

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