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Antonyms for postprandial

following a meal (especially dinner)


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Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) is a gut hormone which is released postprandially.
In one study, uric acid concentrations were elevated for up to 6 hours postprandially in black-footed penguins (Spheniscus demersus), (12) and a similar phenomenon may have accounted for the increased uric acid concentration in this case.
Ghrelin is at its highest concentration during fasting and decreases postprandially (Cummings et al.
Eight months later, as autonomic findings like sweating, palpitation and hunger have developed postprandially, oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) using 75 g of glucose has been applied and her blood sugar was periodically measured every hour.
While pain in biliary pancreatitis often starts postprandially and in the right upper quadrant, acute pancreatitis related to alcohol mostly occurs one to three days after a binge or cessation of drinking (19).
Glucagon levels remain high postprandially, whereas in normal physiology, they are suppressed.
Krummenauer, "Volume Flow in the Common Carotid Artery Does Not Decrease Postprandially," Journal of Neuroimaging 13, no.
There was no significant difference in the percentage reflux times between upright and supine periods (perhaps because of the high use of anti-Trendelenburg's positioning of the bed in children with cerebral palsy), but compared with upright periods, the percentage reflux time postprandially was significantly greater.
5) Consumption of saturated fat in the form of cream creates marked oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation that lasts for at least three hours postprandially.
Results: The acute study demonstrated that a low dose of LC n-3 PUFA (25% eicosapentaenoic acid and 75% docosahexaenoic acid) significantly increased eicosapentaenoic acid levels in plasma of human subjects postprandially from 0.
However, serum OC concentrations and lipids are affected postprandially and need to be considered in relation to quantity and timing of food consumption (Phillips et al.
The vitamin then forms a complex with intrinsic factor, a specific glycoprotein that is secreted postprandially by parietal cells in the gastric lining, and moves toward the ileum to attach to receptors on the terminal ileum membrane.
Effects of a moderate dose of alcohol on blood lipids and lipoproteins postprandially and in the fasting state.
It is typically asymptomatic, rarely occurs during sleep, and often occurs in the upright position postprandially.