postprandial


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following a meal (especially dinner)

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Effects of rosiglitazone and metformin on postprandial paraoxonase-1 and monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 in human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients with lipodystrophy.
A key difference is that the short-acting GLP-1RAs slow gastric emptying, resulting in a pronounced effect on the postprandial glucose (PPG) level, particularly related to the meal following dosing.
Conflicting findings in the literature and lack of long-term definitive outcome studies have led to difficulty in drawing conclusions about the role of postprandial hyperglycemia in diabetes and its complications.
Keywords: Postprandial hyperglycemia; Glucose-binding potential; Glycemic reduction; Nypa fruticans mesocarp
Given the clinical significance on the development and progression of diabetes and related metabolic syndromes, special focus for intervention including personalized diets to control postprandial glucose excursion (PPGE) and glycemic variability for modification in subsequent metabolic consequences were considered in this POC study in high risk pre-diabetic Chinese subjects.
Exercise performed in the postprandial state has the ability to blunt postprandial glycemia acutely (Aadland and Hostmark, 2008; Caron et al.
The current study aimed to investigate the effect of the OSTS of glucose intake on gastrointestinal blood flow, gastric emptying, blood-glucose, and plasma-insulin responses during the postprandial phase using gymnema to suppress the sweet taste sensation.
In this context, it was planned to undertake a pilot study to identify if the timing of sampling, fasting or postprandial status, makes any difference in the thyroid function test results in children.
This brief article describes a numerical index designed to assess the relative contribution of fasting and postprandial glucose to hyperglycaemia.
Studying the glucose and insulin responses to a meal relies on evaluating carbohydrate metabolism: as faster and more complete the digestion and absorption of starch is, the greater the postprandial responses of humans (WOLEVER & BOLOGNESI, 1996) and dogs (CARCIOFI et al.
They also have less postprandial or after-meal increases in the blood sugar levels-so called glycemic spikes-which has been shown in other studies to cause injury to the blood vessels of all body organs.
Group A significantly increases in postprandial DGR at 50 and 60 min.
Glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels reflect the average blood glucose levels over the past 12 weeks including both fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and postprandial plasma glucose (PPG) levels [1].
5% or more, or 2-hour postprandial glucose greater than 200 mg/dL.