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“…2). This is in contrast to the typical situation in which % reductions in peak rise are similar to the % reductions in iAUC 36,37 or glycemic index. 38 The smaller relative effect size of oat β-glucan on iAUC compared to its effect on peak-rise as seen here is consistent with the results of other studies of oat β-glucan.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 82%
“…2). This is in contrast to the typical situation in which % reductions in peak rise are similar to the % reductions in iAUC 36,37 or glycemic index. 38 The smaller relative effect size of oat β-glucan on iAUC compared to its effect on peak-rise as seen here is consistent with the results of other studies of oat β-glucan.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 82%
“…However, mean glucose iAUC after OFO was not significantly less than that after CR because blood glucose after OFO remained elevated for longer, being significantly higher than CR at 90 and 120 min. The similarity of the glycaemic responses elicited by IO and CR does not appear to be consistent with our recent finding that glucose iAUC after 30, 40 and 60 g portions of Quaker Quick Oats were each significantly less than those elicited by avCHO matched servings of CR by about 24 % (21) . However, the difference in results may be because the variety of oats used in the previous study contained 38 % more β-glucan than IO used here.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 44%
“…The factors determining how long blood glucose remains elevated after eating are not well understood, but include the amount of avCHO consumed, the rate of avCHO absorption from the small intestine and the rate of uptake of glucose into tissues. We recently showed that, compared to a 30 g serving of oatmeal plus 9 g sucrose, consuming an avCHO matched portion (40 g) of oatmeal without sugar elicited a flatter glycaemic response, with the same iAUC, but a lower peak rise and a prolonged elevation of blood glucose (21) . If blood glucose inc2h is used as a measure of the time it takes glucose to reach baseline, inc2h after HNC and OFO were significantly greater than that after CR ( Table 2).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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