Review of human studies investigating the post-prandial blood-glucose lowering ability of oat and barley food products

@article{Tosh2013ReviewOH,
  title={Review of human studies investigating the post-prandial blood-glucose lowering ability of oat and barley food products},
  author={Susan M Tosh},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={67},
  pages={310-317}
}
Oat and barley foods have been shown to reduce human glycaemic response, compared to similar wheat foods or a glucose control. The strength of the evidence supporting the hypothesis that the soluble fibre, mixed linkage β-glucan, reduces glycaemic response was evaluated. A search of the literature was conducted to find clinical trials with acute glycaemic response as an end point using oat or barley products. Of the 76 human studies identified, 34 met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Dose… CONTINUE READING
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