Elevations of plasma glucose do not support taste-to-postingestive consequence learning.

@article{Gowans1991ElevationsOP,
  title={Elevations of plasma glucose do not support taste-to-postingestive consequence learning.},
  author={Susan E Gowans and H P Weingarten},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={261 6 Pt 2},
  pages={R1409-17}
}
We examined whether elevations in plasma glucose are a sufficient postingestive consequence to support taste-to-postingestive consequence learning. Because real, but not sham, feeding supports taste-to-postingestive consequence learning, we recorded changes in plasma glucose during sham and real feeding. For the 1st 15 min of the meal, both sham and real feeding produced similar elevations in plasma glucose. Thereafter, real feeding produced sustained elevations in plasma glucose, whereas sham… CONTINUE READING