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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Glucagon-like peptide 1 increases the period of postprandial satiety and slows gastric emptying in obese men.
The ability of the extract to regulate postprandial hyperglycemia following oral administration in normoglycemic rats is presented in Table 2.
Recently, three numerical aids to decision-making have been crafted using three easily available glycaemic indices: fasting glucose (FPG), postprandial glucose (PPG), and glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c).
To study the postprandial glucose response, the six experimental diets were fed in two amounts to the dogs using a 6 x 2 factorial arrangement (six diets and two dosages), for a total of 12 experimental treatments.
Endoscopic findings of BS suggested increased fasting and postprandial DGR.
This could be secondary to improvement of hepatic insulin signalling which may reduce postprandial hepatic glucose delivery [11] or metformin's effect to reduce food consumption [12].
In this pilot study, we aimed to investigate the relationship between the improvement of postprandial dysmetabolism by a functional cookie, covered by dark chocolate and containing glucomannan, inulin, FOS, and Bacillus coagulans strain GanedenBC30 [15], and the Peroxidation of Leukocytes Index Ratio (PLIR), a test that measures the resistance of leukocytes to exogenous oxidative stress and their functional capacity of oxidative burst upon activation [16].
The results indicated that eating raisins three times per day may significantly lower blood pressure among individuals with pre-hypertension when compared to other popular snacks; and may significantly lower postprandial (post-meal) glucose levels when compared to other popular snacks of equal caloric value.
Some experimental studies have reported that interrupting prolonged sitting improves postprandial glycaemia and insulinemia in both healthy and overweight/obese adults (4, 5).
Consumption of equal amounts of carbohydrate containing foods does not increase postprandial blood glucose equally.