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Effects of grains on glucose and insulin responses

Ph.D. Kay M. Behall and Ph.D. Judith Hallfrisch

Diet and Human Performance Laboratory
Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center
Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Beltsville, MD 20705

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Источник: Behall K.M. and Hallfrisch J., Effects of Grains on Glucose and Insulin Responses. Pages 269-281 in: Whole-grain foods in health and disease: Marquart L., Slavin J.L. and Fulcher R.G., ads, Am. Assoc. of Cereal Chemists: st. Paul, MN, 2002.

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