The large intestine is the home of kilogrammes worth of 'good bacteria'. Again, larger molecules of carbohydrate are digested into smaller molecules of carbohydrate, which are then absorbed into the body through the muscular walls of gut. The GI also doesn't consider what you're eating with the food.
Carbohydrate-containing foods that are low-GI are released slower into the body; foods that are high-GI are released more rapidly. The effects of protein and fat on GL are quite pronounced.
The gut muscle is always contracting. They also include the less healthy sugars called 'free sugars' that are found naturally in fruit juice and honey, as well as added to foods.
The large intestine is the home of kilogrammes worth of 'good bacteria'. Climate change is 'humanity's greatest threat in thousands of years' - Sir Some go on a health kick and swap fizzy drinks for fruit juices.