The metabolic response to ingestion of proline with and without glucose.

@article{Nuttall2004TheMR,
  title={The metabolic response to ingestion of proline with and without glucose.},
  author={Frank Quentin Nuttall and Mary C Gannon and Kelly Kross Jordan},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={2004},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={241-6}
}
Ingested protein results in an increase in circulating insulin and glucagon concentrations and no change, or a slight decrease, in circulating glucose. In subjects with type 2 diabetes, when protein is ingested with glucose, insulin is further increased and the glucose rise is less than when glucose is ingested alone. Presumably these effects are due to the… CONTINUE READING