No difference in the 24-hour interstitial fluid glucose profile with modulations to the glycemic index of the diet.

@article{Aston2010NoDI,
  title={No difference in the 24-hour interstitial fluid glucose profile with modulations to the glycemic index of the diet.},
  author={Louise M Aston and Roberta Laccetti and Adrian P Mander and Rosemary Hall and Carmel S Moore and Susan A Jebb},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={290-5}
}
OBJECTIVE Reducing the glycemic index (GI) of the diet may decrease metabolic risk, primarily through reduction and stabilization of blood glucose. The objective of this research was to investigate whether incorporation of lower or higher GI foods into mixed meals had different effects on daylong glucose profiles, measured in interstitial fluid by a continuous glucose-monitoring system. METHODS The study was a randomized, balanced, two-way crossover intervention of 2 x 1-wk periods of lower… CONTINUE READING