|If you put salmon on a high RS bagel that may actually qualify as healthy meal.|
Dainty conducted a randomized, double-blind crossover study to examine the glycemic effects of 8-week consumption of high-RS bagels (25 g RS) or control bagels in adults with a high type II diabetes risk (n=24).
Dainty evaluated the fasting and postprandial (with an oral glucose tolerance test) glucose, insulin and HbA1c were measured before and after each bagel treatment.
|Table 1: Recipe for the dough the test bagels were made of (Dainty. 2015).|
|Figure 1: Comparison of the effects of the regular and RS bagel on glycemia (Dainty. 2015).|
|Table 2: Not all starches are created equal - overview of the 4 major forms of resistant starches (Dainty. 2015).|
- Dainty, Sarah A. The Effect of Resistant Starch Bagels on Glycemic Response in Adults at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes. Diss. 2015.
- Zhou, June, et al. "The importance of GLP‐1 and PYY in resistant starch's effect on body fat in mice." Molecular nutrition & food research (2015).