Eating low-glycemic breakfast curbs blood-glucose level

04/5/2012 | Yahoo!

A study in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism found that participants who ate a breakfast with a low glycemic index had better a satiety level and lower blood-glucose concentration after breakfast and lunch than those who did not have a low-glycemic breakfast.

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