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AuthorHassan, Abdelmoneim
AuthorAl Obeid, Tahra
AuthorKerkadi, Abdelhamid
AuthorMedhat, Maha
AuthorSuheil, Ghadeer
Available date2016-11-16T09:56:34Z
Publication Date2010
Publication NameInternational Journal of Food Sciences and Nutritionen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3109/09637480903517796
CitationAbdelmonem Hassan, Tahra Elobeid, Abdelhamid Kerkadi, Maha Medhat & Ghadeer Suheil (2010) Glycemic index of selected carbohydrate-based foods consumed in Qatar, International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 61:5, 512-518
ISSN0963-7486
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5015
AbstractThis study determined the glycemic index (GI) of selected carbohydrate-rich foods consumed in Qatar. Recruited volunteers (n = 19) consumed two reference foods, glucose and white bread, and 10 test foods. The foods tested for their GI were Fatayer (cheese, Zaatar, spinach), Tanour white bread, white basmati rice, Shearia, Muhalabea, Sago Awama and Qurs Aquili. Results of the study indicated that all of the foods tested had high GIs (> 70). Shearia had the highest GI (84.0 ± 1.85) using the glucose scale, and Fatayer Spinach had the lowest GI (77.6 ± 2.00). There was no significant correlation between the GI of all test foods, using glucose or white bread as standard foods, and the age or the body mass index of the volunteers (P > 0.05). The study provides data on the GIs of carbohydrate-based foods consumed in Qatar and other Arabian Gulf countries that have not been reported before.
Languageen
PublisherTaylor & Francis
SubjectGlycemic index
SubjectNormal subjects
SubjectQatari foods
SubjectArabian Gulf
TitleGlycemic index of selected carbohydrate-based foods consumed in Qatar
TypeArticle
Pagination512-518
Issue Number5
Volume Number61
dc.identifier.essn 1465-3478


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