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  • n. Alternative spelling of glycemia.


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  • The first warning of hypo-glycaemia was an unaccountable anxiety and a feeling of impending trouble associated with restlessness.

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  • According to the researchers, the probiotic improved the fasting glycaemia and restored the glucose turnover rate to the level of the control mice fed with normal chow.

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  • Delayed gastric emptying rate may explain improved glycaemia in healthy subjects to a starchy meal with added vinegar.

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  • Stevia, too, has an association with good health as it has a low glycaemia index.

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  • Dr. Vachon's work has focused on protein quality, dietary fibre, glycaemia and cholesterol with marked interests in milk. - Articles related to Congress begins investigating salmonella outbreak, egg recalls

  • "The patients in our study had endothelial dysfunction despite satisfactory control of blood pressure, glycaemia and lipids, which may represent the proportion of statin-treated patients at increased residual risk of cardiovascular disease," wrote the researchers, led by Professor Gerald Watts from the University of Western Australia.

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  • An article 14 disease risk reduction health claim linking mineral water consumption and a reduction of glycaemia has drawn a negative opinion from the European Food Safety Authority

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  • Transient supernormal glycaemia 'TSG' occurs in every Human Being as a healthy and natural response to acute stress [ 'adaptative medicine'] … distributing glucose to nerve cells

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  • The main aim of the project is to understand the mechanism (s) of starch and lipid bioaccessibility from a plant food matrix and the consequential effects on digestion kinetics and postprandial glycaemia and lipaemia using a multidisciplinary approach.

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  • The study found that Byvetta (exenatide) considerably decreases the speed of gastric emptying (GE) and indicates that it is a key contributing mechanism of the beneficial effects of exenatide on postprandial (post meal) glycaemia.

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