Effect of glycemic index on whole-body substrate oxidation in obese women

@article{Daz2005EffectOG,
  title={Effect of glycemic index on whole-body substrate oxidation in obese women},
  author={Erik O D{\'i}az and Jose E Galgani and Carolina Aguirre and Illani Atwater and Roberta Burrows},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={108-114}
}
BACKGROUND:Glycemic index is hypothesized to determine fuel partitioning through serum plasma insulin modifications induced by dietary carbohydrates, thereby modulating fat accretion or oxidation.OBJECTIVE:To assess the glycemic effects on postprandial fuel oxidation and blood response.DESIGN:In all, 12 obese women were fed on a randomized crossover design with two test meals (breakfast+lunch). High- or low-glycemic meals were provided on separate days. Energy intake on high-glycemic meal was… CONTINUE READING

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