Carbohydrate to protein ratio in food and cognitive performance in the morning

  title={Carbohydrate to protein ratio in food and cognitive performance in the morning},
  author={Karina Fischer and Paolo C. Colombani and Wolfgang Langhans and Caspar Wenk},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
The effect of different carbohydrate to protein ratios in food on cognitive functions and the relation between postprandial metabolic and cognitive changes were studied in 15 healthy male students. Subjects were tested in three sessions, separated by 1 week, for short-term changes in mood states, objective cognitive functions, blood parameters, and indirect calorimetry using a repeated-measures, counterbalanced cross-over design. Measurements were made after an overnight fast before and hourly… CONTINUE READING
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