High-calorie breakfast, modest dinner can help control blood sugar spikes all day
A new study has revealed that high-caloric breakfast and low-energy dinner can help control blood sugar spikes all day.
Washington: A new study has revealed that high-caloric breakfast and low-energy dinner can help control blood sugar spikes all day.
According to Tel Aviv University's Prof. Daniela Jakubowicz and Dr. Julio Wainstein of the Wolfson Medical Center's Diabetes Unit, Prof. Oren Froy of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Prof. Bo Ahren of Lund University in Sweden, the combined consumption of a high-energy breakfast and a low-energy dinner decreases overall daily hyperglycaemia in type-2 diabetics.
The results of the study showed that post-meal glucose elevations were 20 percent lower and levels of insulin, C-peptide, and GLP-1 were 20 percent higher in participants on the B diet compared with those on the D diet.
Despite the fact that both diets contained the same calories, blood glucose levels rose 23 percent less after the lunch preceded by a large breakfast in the study.
The researchers are currently engaged in an extended study of the benefits of high-energy breakfast and reduced-calorie dinners over time.
The study is published in Diabetologia.