Responses of Blood Glucose, Lactate and Insulin in Horses Fed Equal Amounts of Grain with or without Added Soybean Oil

Abstract

When fat is substituted for carbohydrate isocalorically in a horse’s ration, blood glucose and insulin response to feeding is reduced (Stull et al., 1987, Pagan et al.,1994). These studies, however, haven’t shown if this response is simply due to reduced glucose in the diet or if fat affects glycemic response in some other manner. Therefore, this experiment… (More)

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@inproceedings{Pagan1998ResponsesOB, title={Responses of Blood Glucose, Lactate and Insulin in Horses Fed Equal Amounts of Grain with or without Added Soybean Oil}, author={Joe D. Pagan and T. ROTMENSEN and S G Jackson}, year={1998} }