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Postprandial glycemic response to rice can be blunted by replacing them with lentils
eMediNexus,  03 July 2018
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Replacing carbohydrates from rice or potato with lentils reduces the postprandial glycemic response in healthy adults, says a study reported in the April 2018 issue of the Journal of Nutrition. The relative glycemic response of rice and potato were lowered by ∼20% and 35%, respectively, when half of their available carbohydrates were replaced with lentils.
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