Lysine ingestion markedly attenuates the glucose response to ingested glucose without a change in insulin response.

@article{Kalogeropoulou2009LysineIM,
  title={Lysine ingestion markedly attenuates the glucose response to ingested glucose without a change in insulin response.},
  author={Dionysia Kalogeropoulou and Laura Lafave and Kelly Schweim and Mary C Gannon and Frank Quentin Nuttall},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={90 2},
  pages={314-20}
}
BACKGROUND Ingested proteins are known to stimulate a rise in insulin and glucagon concentrations. In our effort to explain this effect, we have begun to measure the effect of individual amino acids. OBJECTIVES The objectives were to determine the effect of lysine ingestion on insulin and glucagon concentrations and whether the effect is moderated by glucose ingestion. DESIGN Thirteen healthy subjects were studied on 4 occasions. Water, 25 g glucose, 1 mmol lysine/kg lean body mass, or… CONTINUE READING

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