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ATTENUATION OF POST PRANDIAL GLYCEMIC RESPONSE OF REFINED FLOUR CHAPATI WITH PROBIOTIC CONTAINING SOYA BASED YOGHURT

Article Id: ARCC1025 | Page : 252 - 256
Citation :- ATTENUATION OF POST PRANDIAL GLYCEMIC RESPONSE OF REFINED FLOUR CHAPATI WITH PROBIOTIC CONTAINING SOYA BASED YOGHURT.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2011.(30):252 - 256
Deepika Anand and Rashmi Kapoor
Address : Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Department of Home Science, Anantapur – 515 001, India

Abstract

Role of soya foods and probitoics as functional foods is gaining popularity in modern society. The concept of synbiotics has been proposed as a functional food ingredient in humans. For the glycemic index evaluation of yoghurt; 200 ml yoghurt from bovine milk/finger millet milk/soya bean milk/ combination of 50 per cent soya and finger millet milk were administered along with refined flour ‘chapathi’ to the diabetic subjects and rise in post prandial glycemic response was observed after an overnight fast for a period of 3 hours. The response in each dietary group was compared with and without addition of probiotic. The reduction in the glycemic index of ‘chapathi’ was maximum when fed with soya yoghurt (36 to 39); followed by soya and finger millet yoghurt (54 to 58) and least with bovine milk yoghurt alone (64 to 71).

Keywords

Probiotics Yoghurt Soya bean Synbiotics Glycemic index.

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