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Measuring the effects of meal timing on post-meal glucose using high and low GI meals

Eating foods with a higher glycemic index earlier in the day may help with glycemic control...at least in otherwise healthy people.

Study under review: High or low glycemic index (GI) meals at dinner results in greater postprandial glycemia compared with breakfast: a randomized controlled trial

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What are the effects of consuming high or low GI meals either at breakfast or at dinner on markers of glucose homeostasis immediately following the meal or after a standardized meal at a later point?

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