Glycemic index values of monofloral Turkish honeys and the effect oftheir consumption on glucose metabolism.

@article{Atayoglu2016GlycemicIV,
  title={Glycemic index values of monofloral Turkish honeys and the effect oftheir consumption on glucose metabolism.},
  author={Ali Timucin Atayoglu and Meltem Soylu and Sibel Silici and Neriman Inanc},
  journal={Turkish journal of medical sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={
          483-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND/AIM Clinical trials have shown that low glycemic index (GI) nutrition reduces mean blood glucose concentrations and insulin secretions. The aim of the present study was to determine the GI values of various monofloral (citrus, milk-vetch, chestnut, thyme, lime, pine) honeys of Turkey, and the effect of their consumption on glucose metabolism. MATERIALS AND METHODS Processing data from 20 healthy volunteers, GI values were determined from the glycemia values by using the incremental… Expand
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