dietary carbohydrates

dietary carbohydrates,

n the amount of simple and complex sugars consumed; the physical character of the diet. It may tend to produce or modify periodontal disease.
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How "low-carb" is defined does matter, as there is a stepwise improvement in risk of diabetes and heart disease for metabolic syndrome patients that correlates with the reduction in dietary carbohydrates.
Several previous studies have showed that incorporation of appropriate levels of dietary carbohydrates in fish feeds can improve their growth performance and provide an inexpensive non-nitrogenous energy source (Hemre and Hansen, 1998; Peragon et al.
In view of the ongoing (and increasing) obesity epidemic, the question of how healthy or harmful dietary carbohydrates can be has been a topic of much discussion among scientists.
An energetic and conceptual model of the physiological role of dietary carbohydrates and salinity on Litopenaeus vannamei juveniles.
The Glycaemic Index (GI) model was proposed by David Jenkins and colleagues in the 1980s as a means of assessing the quality of dietary carbohydrates and their variable influence on postprandial blood glucose response when compared to a standard amount (50g) of pure glucose.
The trick when supplementing with digestive enzymes, then, is to include enzymes that partially break down indigestible cellulose, while avoiding enzymes that hasten digestion of dietary carbohydrates to release simple sugars that threaten your health.
Dwight Lundell, formulator of RealW8[TM], discusses with Gretchen Carlson, how over-consumption of dietary carbohydrates (simple carbohydrates and sugars) affect heart disease.
According to research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, a reduction in dietary carbohydrates improved various metabolic indicators in overweight African-American girls even in the absence of weight-loss.
In a nondiabetic person, the pancreas creates the right amount of insulin to convert glucose found in dietary carbohydrates to provide fuel for bodily functions.
Prospective study of dietary carbohydrates, glycemic index, glycemic load, and incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus in middle-aged Chinese women.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Reducing dietary carbohydrates can improve atherogenic dyslipidemia, even in the absence of weight loss, Dr.
In the first study that ever looked at an association between AMD and dietary carbohydrates, researchers found that the kind of carbs people ate were predictive of getting AMD in the future.

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