Effect of breakfast glycemic index on metabolic responses during rest and exercise in overweight and non-overweight adolescent girls
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AbstractThe metabolic responses to mixed breakfast meals with different glycemic indexes (GI) and their effects on substrate metabolism during exercise in adolescent girls have not been examined. The interaction with weight status also warrants investigation. This study investigated the effect of mixed breakfast meals containing high GI (HGI) or low GI (LGI) carbohydrates on metabolic responses and fat oxidation during rest and exercise in overweight (OW) and non-overweight (NO) adolescent girls.
CitationZakrzewski, J., Stevenson, E.J. and Tolfrey K. (2011) 'Effect of breakfast glycemic index on metabolic responses during rest and exercise in overweight and non-overweight adolescent girls', European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 66(4), pp.436-442.
PublisherNature Publishing Group