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The Effects of Different High-Protein Low-Carbohydrates Proprietary Foods on Blood Sugar in Healthy Subjects

Journal of Medicinal Food 2016년 19권 11호 p.1085 ~ 1095
Lodi Alessandra, Karsten Bettina, Bosco Gerardo, Gomez-Lopez Manuel, Brandao Paula Paraguassu, Bianco Antonino, Paoli Antonio,
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 ( Lodi Alessandra ) - University of Padova Department of Biomedical Sciences
 ( Karsten Bettina ) - University of Greenwich Department of Life and Sports Sciences
 ( Bosco Gerardo ) - University of Padova Department of Biomedical Sciences
 ( Gomez-Lopez Manuel ) - University of Murcia Department of Physical Activity and Sport
 ( Brandao Paula Paraguassu ) - Federal University of State of Rio de Janeiro Human Kinetics Laboratory
 ( Bianco Antonino ) - University of Palermo Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Unit
 ( Paoli Antonio ) - University of Padova Department of Biomedical Sciences

Abstract


The aim of this study was to analyze the effects on blood sugar concentrations through the calculation of the glycemic score (GS) of 10 different high-protein low-carbohydrates (CHOs) proprietary foods that are commonly used as meals during very low-CHO ketogenic diets or during low-CHO diets. Fourteen healthy females were tested for their glycemic response curve elicited by 1000?kJ of glucose three times within a 3-week period (one test each week) compared with one of 10 test foods once on separate days twice a week. After determining the GS of each food in each individual, the mean GS of each test food was calculated. All test foods, compared with glucose, produced a significantly lower glycemic response. The GS of all test food resulted in being lower than 25 and the difference between the mean glycemia after the intake of glucose (mean 122?±?15?mg/dL) and after the intake of the sweet test foods (mean 89?±?7?mg/dL) was 33?mg/dL (P?

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diabetes; diets; glycemic index

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