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Effect of chia seed (Salvia Hispanica L.) supplementation on postprandial glucose and satiety

@inproceedings{Sung2015EffectOC,
  title={Effect of chia seed (Salvia Hispanica L.) supplementation on postprandial glucose and satiety},
  author={Anne C. Sung},
  year={2015}
}
Background: A healthy diet and weight management are beneficial in reducing risk factors for type 2 diabetes. Increasing dietary fiber intake has been shown to lower post-prandial glucose (PPG) levels and increase satiety, but the majority of people do not meet the recommended fiber intake. Chia seed (Salvia Hispanica, L) contains an excellent source of dietary fiber and has been shown to be positively associated with lower PPG levels and decreased appetite. Objective: The proposed study was to… 

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