Free diet plans and menus based on the glycemic index are available at DietInsight.org, USNews.com and SFGate.com, as of 2015. Additional information about glycemic index dieting is available at WebMD.com and MayoClinic.org.
Diet Insights' free low glycemic diet plan encourages users to eat foods that are higher in fiber, including fruits, vegetables and grains. The article describes how a low glycemic diet works and how to plan a menu. It also provides links to additional resources.
The US News & World Report website provides a sample glycemic index diet menu, as well as relevant nutritional information. The sample menu covers breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner with dessert.