Second-meal effect: low-glycemic-index foods eaten at dinner improve subsequent breakfast glycemic response.

@article{Wolever1988SecondmealEL,
  title={Second-meal effect: low-glycemic-index foods eaten at dinner improve subsequent breakfast glycemic response.},
  author={Thomas M S Wolever and David J A Jenkins and Aurelio Oca{\~n}a and Vasudev Anand Rao and Greg R. Collier},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1988},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={1041-7}
}
The effects of the glycemic index (GI) of carbohydrate eaten the previous night on the glycemic response to a standard test meal eaten subsequently in the morning (breakfast) was studied. On separate evenings normal subjects ate low- or high-GI test meals of the same nutrient composition. The dinners consisted of single foods in two experiments and mixed meals containing several foods in the third. The differences between the observed glycemic responses to low- and high-GI dinners were… CONTINUE READING

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