Quorn Mycoprotein

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Glycemia/Insulinemia

Bottin J, Cropp E, Ford H, Betremieux L, Finnigan TJA, Frost G. (2011) Mycoprotein reduces insulinaemia and improves insulin sensitivity. Proc Nutr Soc 70 E372.

Bottin J, Cropp E, Finnigan TJA, Hogben A, Frost G. (2012) Mycoprotein reduces energy intake and improves insulin sensitivity compared to chicken. Proc ECO. Lyon May 2012.

Frost G, Bottin J, Finnigan TJA. Mycoprotein reduces energy intake and improves insulin sensitivity without altering GLP-1 and PYY concentrations in overweight adults. Am J Clin Nutr submitted for review.

Marks L. (2005) Effects of mycoprotein foodstuffs on glycaemic responses and other factors beneficial to health. PhD Thesis. University of Ulster.

Turnbull, WH, et al. (1998) Myco-protein as a Functional Food: Effects on Lipemia, Glycemia and Appetite Variables. Proc. 16th Intnl Cong Nutr. (included as reference 12).

Turnbull WH, Ward T. (1995) Myco protein reduces glycemia and insulinemia when taken with an oral glucose tolerance test. Am J Clin Nutr 61 (1) 135-140.