Favorable glycemic response of type 2 diabetics to low-calorie cranberry juice.

@article{Wilson2008FavorableGR,
  title={Favorable glycemic response of type 2 diabetics to low-calorie cranberry juice.},
  author={Ted Wilson and Shelley Lynn Meyers and Ajay Singh and Paul J. Limburg and Nicholi Vorsa},
  journal={Journal of food science},
  year={2008},
  volume={73 9},
  pages={H241-5}
}
Fruit and vegetable intake is typically low for type 2 diabetics, possibly due to a perceived adverse effect on glycemic control. Cranberry juice (CBJ) may represent an attractive means for increasing fruit intake and simultaneously affording positive health benefits. This single cross-over design compared metabolic responses of type 2 diabetics (n= 12) to unsweetened low-calorie CBJ (LCCBJ; 19 Cal/240 mL), carbohydrate sweetened normal calorie CBJ (NCCBJ; 120 Cal/240 mL), isocaloric low… CONTINUE READING
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