Comparative continuous-indirect-calorimetry study of two carbohydrates with different glycemic indices.

@article{Ritz1991ComparativeCS,
  title={Comparative continuous-indirect-calorimetry study of two carbohydrates with different glycemic indices.},
  author={Patrick Ritz and Michel Krempf and Denis Cloarec and Martine Champ and Bernard H Charbonnel},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1991},
  volume={54 5},
  pages={855-9}
}
Six healthy young men were studied by indirect calorimetry for 6 h after eating a meal composed of glucose or manioc starch (equivalent to 50 g dextrose). Blood was drawn every 30 min for 6 h to measure plasma glucose, free fatty acid (FFA), and insulin concentrations. The glycemic index of the starch was 57%. Plasma insulin and glucose concentrations were significantly higher from 150 to 210 min and FFA concentrations remained significantly lower from 210 to 360 min after starch than after… CONTINUE READING

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