Glycaemic responses to glucose and rice in people of Chinese and European ethnicity.

@article{Kataoka2013GlycaemicRT,
  title={Glycaemic responses to glucose and rice in people of Chinese and European ethnicity.},
  author={Minako Kataoka and Bernard Joseph Venn and Sheila M. Williams and Lisa Te Morenga and I M Heemels and Jim I. Mann},
  journal={Diabetic medicine : a journal of the British Diabetic Association},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={e101-7}
}
AIMS Diabetes rates are especially high in China. Risk of Type 2 diabetes increases with high intakes of white rice, a staple food of Chinese people. Ethnic differences in postprandial glycaemia have been reported. We compared glycaemic responses to glucose and five rice varieties in people of European and Chinese ethnicity and examined possible determinants of ethnic differences in postprandial glycaemia. METHODS Self-identified Chinese (n = 32) and European (n = 31) healthy volunteers… CONTINUE READING
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