postprandial


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post·pran·di·al

(pōst-pran'dē-ăl),
After a meal.
Synonym(s): postcibal
[L. prandium, breakfast]

postprandial

/post·pran·di·al/ (-pran´de-al) occurring after a meal.

postprandial

after a meal.

postprandial

adjective Occurring after a meal.

postprandial

Postcibal adjective After a meal, eating

post·pran·di·al

(pōst-pran'dē-ăl)
Following a meal.
Synonym(s): postcibal.
[L. prandium, breakfast]

postprandial

After a meal.

Postprandial

After eating or after a meal.
Mentioned in: Hypoglycemia

postprandial

after a meal, e.g. postprandial medication

postprandial (pōstpran´deəl),

adj after having eaten.

postprandial

after eating. Called also postcibal.

postprandial alkaline tide
see postprandial alkaline tide.
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During the 4-hour postprandial phase, subjects were instructed to remain seated in the WBC with minimal physical activity and were to refrain from food or drink.
To the best of our knowledge no study has examined the effect of sesame seed or similar seeds on postprandial blood glucose and it is difficult to compare the results of studies.
in dietary fat metabolism and fat transport, particularly in the lesser studied postprandial state,” said Scott Doughman, PhD, the White Paper's author and Source-Omega owner.
Matsuo and Suzuki (1999) compared preprandial and postprandial exercise in combination with either a high-carbohydrate (80% carbohydrate and 5% fat) meal or high-fat (37% carbohydrate and 48% fat) meal.
The study found that lixisenatide monotherapy administered once daily significantly improved glycemic control with a pronounced postprandial effect.
Postprandial hypotension causes some people to fall, others to faint.
The secondary objective was to investigate the differences in fasting and postprandial blood glucose measurements, rate of improvement in A1C or blood glucose measurements, initial and mean insulin doses, incidence and rate of hypoglycemia.
Blood samples were taken before ingestion of the solid meal and at one and two hours after ingestion to measure fasting and postprandial blood glucose levels.
Researchers found that the postprandial increase in triglycerides was significantly lower after the subjects ate whole almond meals than after they ate almond oil or sunflower oil or sunflower oil muffin meals.
The traditional postprandial snooze reported by millions of Americans has long been blamed on the presence of tryptophan, one of the 20 amino acids.