Cereal Processing Influences Postprandial Glucose Metabolism as Well as the GI Effect

@inproceedings{Vinoy2013CerealPI,
  title={Cereal Processing Influences Postprandial Glucose Metabolism as Well as the GI Effect},
  author={Sophie Vinoy and Sylvie Normand and Alexandra Meynier and Monique Sothier and Corinne Louche-P{\'e}lissier and Jocelyne Peyrat and Christine Maitrepierre and Julie-Anne Nazare and Jeannie Brand-Miller and Martine Laville},
  booktitle={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2013}
}
OBJECTIVE Technological processes may influence the release of glucose in starch. The aim of this study was to compare the metabolic response and the kinetics of appearance of exogenous glucose from 2 cereal products consumed at breakfast. METHODS Twenty-five healthy men were submitted to a randomized, open, crossover study that was divided into 2 parts: 12 of the 25 subjects were included in the "isotope part," and the 13 other subjects were included in the "glycemic part." On test days… CONTINUE READING

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