Glucose oxidation in relation to the size of the oral glucose loading dose.

@article{Mosora1981GlucoseOI,
  title={Glucose oxidation in relation to the size of the oral glucose loading dose.},
  author={F. Mosora and Magali Lacroix and Alfred S. Luyckx and Nicolas Pallikarakis and Freddy Pirnay and Georges Krzentowski and P. Lefebvre},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={1981},
  volume={30 12},
  pages={1143-9}
}
Using "naturally labeled 13C-glucose" the conversion to expired air CO2 of 100, 66 and 33 g oral glucose loads was evaluated, during 7 hr, in 6 male healthy volunteers. The total amounts of exogenous glucose converted to expired air CO2 were proportional to the loading doses and averaged, in g/7 hr, 14.6 +/- 2.1 for 33 g, 20.8 +/- 2.1 for 66 g and 31.2 +/- 1.6 for 100 g. In contrast total glucose oxidation, evaluated by indirect calorimetry, was similar in the three groups and was not… CONTINUE READING

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