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Glycemic Indices of Kale Leaves Based Chakli and Twisters on Normal Human Subjects

@inproceedings{Chaturvedi2017GlycemicIO,
  title={Glycemic Indices of Kale Leaves Based Chakli and Twisters on Normal Human Subjects},
  author={Neelam Chaturvedi and Ayushi Agarwal and Nishtha Raj},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of present study was to develop kale based food products by utilizing its powder as an ingredient and to determine glycemic index and glycemic load on normal human subjects through IAUC (Incremental Area Under Curve) method. The food products (chakli and twisters) were developed by incorporation of different proportioned at 5 %, 10%, 15% and 20% of kale powder.The products 5% kale chakli and 10% kale twisters were most acceptable by sensory panel while comparing to other variants… 
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