Effects of Resistant Starch of Rice on Blood Glucose Response in Normal Subjects

쌀의 난소화성전분이 정상인의 혈당에 미치는 영향

  • Lee, Chan (Department of Food and Biotechnology, Hanseo University) ;
  • Shin, Jae-Soo (Chong Kun Dang Research Institute)
  • 이찬 (한서대학교 식품생물공학과) ;
  • 신재수 ((주)종근당 종합연구소)
  • Published : 2005.04.30

Abstract

Effort of rice resistant starch (RS) content on glucose blood level of normal Subject was examined using Suwon 464 and Ilpum, haying different RS contents. Enzymatic-gravimetric method showed RS contents of Suwon 464 and Ilpum were 16.3 and 0.7%, respectively. Both rice varieties, each containing 50g carbohydrate, were pressure-cooked and fed to ten healthy male volunteers after overnight fast. Significant difference was observed in 60 min blood glucose levels of Suwon 464 and Ilpum after meal, showing $90.3{\pm}4.8$ and $111.6{\pm}2.7mg/dl$, respectively (p<0.01).

Keywords

rice;resistant starch;blood glucose

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