Glucose and insulin responses to whole grain breakfasts varying in soluble fiber, beta-glucan: a dose response study in obese women with increased risk for insulin resistance.

@article{Kim2009GlucoseAI,
  title={Glucose and insulin responses to whole grain breakfasts varying in soluble fiber, beta-glucan: a dose response study in obese women with increased risk for insulin resistance.},
  author={Hyunsook Kim and Kim S. Stote and Kay M. Behall and Karen F. Spears and Bryan Vinyard and Joan Marie Conway},
  journal={European journal of nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={170-5}
}
BACKGROUND A high intake of whole grains containing soluble fiber has been shown to lower glucose and insulin responses in overweight humans and humans with type 2 diabetes. AIM OF THE STUDY We investigated the linearity of this response after consumption of 5 breakfast cereal test meals containing wheat and/or barley to provide varying amounts of soluble fiber, beta-glucan (0, 2.5, 5, 7.5 and 10 g). METHODS Seventeen normoglycemic, obese women at increased risk for insulin resistance… CONTINUE READING

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