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- Brown, Marc A.; Storlien, Leonard H.; Brown, Ian L.; Higgins, Janine A.
- British journal of nutrition 2003 v.90 no.4 pp. 823-827
- amylose; blood glucose; body weight; cooking; foods; glucose; glycemic control; hyperinsulinemia; insulin; noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus; rats; test meals; therapeutics
- ... Postprandial glycaemic control is important in the prevention and therapy of type 2 diabetes and related diseases. Agents that may reduce postprandial glycaemia and/or insulinaemia, such as consumption of high-amylose foods, are considered beneficial; however, little is known about the dose–response relationship and the effects of cooking. The aim of the present study was to define the dose–respon ...
- Delarue, Jacques; Labarthe, Francois; Cohen, Richard
- British journal of nutrition 2003 v.90 no.4 pp. 777-786
- blood glucose; calorimetry; exercise; fish oils; glucose; glycerol; hyperinsulinemia; lipid peroxidation; lipolysis; males; olive oil; oxidation; oxygen
- ... The present study examined the effects of a 3-week fish-oil supplementation (6 g/d) on the rate of plasma glucose disappearance (Rd glucose), hepatic glucose production (HGP), carbohydrate oxidation and lipid oxidation during exercise. Six untrained males (23±1 years; 67·6±2·7kg) performed two 90min cycling exercise sessions at 60% of maximal O2 output separated by 20 d. During the 20 d before the ...