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Effects of Glycemic Load on Blood Glucose Levels in a College Physiology Class
|Title:||Effects of Glycemic Load on Blood Glucose Levels in a College Physiology Class|
|Contributors:||Romine, Rebecca (instructor)|
|Date Issued:||Apr 2020|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaiʻi — West Oʻahu|
Blood sugar levels were the highest in the OGTT group and the lowest in the low GL group. The high glucose meal had the highest blood sugar levels out of those who ate food.
|Description:||Jourdan Kaya, Shuntle Maneja, Mikaella Liban, and Shanel Pagaragan's poster presentation titled "Effects of Glycemic Load on Blood Glucose Levels in a College Physiology Class" for Dr. Rebecca Romaine's Human Anatomy & Physiology class.|
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