preprandial


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preprandial

 [pre-pran´de-al]
before meals.

preprandial

[-pran′dē·əl]
Etymology: L, prae + prandium, meal
before a meal.

preprandial

(prē-prăn′dē-ăl) [″ + prandium, breakfast]
Before a meal.

preprandial

before meals.
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Targeting plasma glucose: Preprandial versus postprandial.
Dietary carbohydrate is the primary determinant of PPBG excursions with preprandial bolus insulin primarily governing the excursion of postprandial glucose.
As can be seen in Table 3, no significant relationship was found between HbA1c and preprandial blood sugar levels; but a significant negative relationship was found between illness acceptance level and postprandial blood sugar (r = -.
Preprandial exercise increased fat oxidation after each meal similarly in lean and obese individuals, however obese individuals demonstrated higher insulin levels for a greater period of time after meal intake.
Kiddo, if you're going to text the entire time, I have cucumbers to slice, crusts to trim, preprandial obligations, i.
A preprandial rise in plasma ghrelin levels suggests a role in meal initiation in humans.
El 66,4% de los pacientes con niveles de glicemia preprandial alterada, tenia prueba de tolerancia oral a la glucosa normal, el 30,93% tenia niveles de glucosa poscarga en rangos de intolerancia a los carbohidratos y el 2,67% tenia niveles por encima de 200 mg/dl (en rango de diabetes).
Ryvita's downsized diva, Fern Britton, was in hotter water than a preprandial lobster when it emerged she had shed the pounds with the help of a gastric band.
A BRISK, chill wind was blowing along The Esplanade at the Garden by the Sea, but that didn't dissuade us from taking a preprandial walk to sharpen our appetites for the meal to come.
EARLY in the dinner, a lady at an adjacent table, having apparently partaken too enthusiastically of the preprandial refreshment, rolled off her chair with a resounding thump and lay comatose.