Prediction of the relative blood glucose response of mixed meals using the white bread glycemic index.

@article{Wolever1985PredictionOT,
  title={Prediction of the relative blood glucose response of mixed meals using the white bread glycemic index.},
  author={Thomas M S Wolever and Frank Quentin Nuttall and Rebekah Lee and Grace Sau-Wai Wong and Robert G. Josse and Adele C Csima and David J A Jenkins},
  journal={Diabetes care},
  year={1985},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={418-28}
}
Unexpected plasma glucose responses to different mixed meals fed to normal and diabetic volunteers have recently been reported. We have therefore examined in normal volunteers the effect of mixing carbohydrate foods of different glycemic indices (GIs) without the addition of fat and protein. The observed GI of the mixed meal was within 2% of the expected value. In studies in the literature where fat and protein were added to mixed meals, the observed blood glucose responses also related… CONTINUE READING