PBG

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AcronymDefinition
PBGPepsi Bottling Group (stock symbol)
PBGPrincess Bubble Gum
PBGPlattsburgh International Airport (airport code; Plattsburgh, NY)
PBGPretty Brown Girl (foundation; Southfield, MI)
PBGPeanut Butter Gamer
PBGPorphobilinogen
PBGPoint-Based Graphics
PBGPhotonic Bandgap
PBGProgram Budget Guidance
PBGPostprandial Blood Glucose
PBGProgram and Budget Guidance
PBGPrime Bank Guarantee
PBGPerformance Bond Guarantee
PBGPersonal Branch Gateway (Pannaway)
PBGProduct Business Group
PBGPlanned Building Group
PBGPrzedsiebiorstwo Badan Geofizycznych (Geophysical Exploration Company, Poland)
PBGPie Bill Gates (game)
PBGPretty Bloody Good
PBGPerfect Business Guide (India)
PBGPilot Boarding Ground (naval travel; various nations)
PBGParallel Blade Ground (electrical connection)
PBGPressure Breathing for Gravity
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AIM: The impetus of our study was to investigate the effects of a nutritional supplement Delphinol[R], an extract of maqui berries (Aristotelia chilensis) standardised to [greater than or equal to] 25% delphinidins and [greater than or equal to] 35% total anthocyanins, on postprandial blood glucose and insulin levels and identify the physiologic mechanism involved.
It was inferred from this study that bromocriptine add-on therapy in early T2DM patients might be beneficial in reducing the postprandial blood glucose levels and the same was suggested by Via et al.
Since there is a delay in the breakdown of the carbohydrates, there is a corresponding delay in the postprandial blood glucose levels.
C is still above target for HbA1c and for postprandial blood glucose (goal: <180 mg/dL), so he needs pharmacotherapy that targets postprandial glucose elevations.
rebaudiana as sweetener can reduce the postprandial blood glucose and decreased the mean blood pressure (BP).
So it is not clear that postprandial blood glucose how will be changed after adding the sesame seed to honey.
Postprandial Blood Glucose (PPG) after two hour also decreased from 259.
Postprandial blood glucose is a stronger predictor of cardiovascular events than fasting blood glucose in type 2 diabetes mellitus, particularly in women: Lessons from the San Luigi Gonzaga Diabetes Study.
Yogev and his associates in 2003 showed some promise: It compared the daily glycemic profiles reflected by continuous and intermittent blood glucose monitoring in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes, and found that CGM recorded high postprandial blood glucose levels and nocturnal hypoglycemic events that were unrecognized by intermittent monitoring.
com) sugar replacement ingredients, polydextrose and sucralose, have garnered a positive opinion from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in relation to their health claims regarding the "reduction of postprandial blood glucose response" and the "maintenance of tooth mineralization.
Traditionally, a 1-hour postprandial blood glucose level [greater than or equal to] 140 mg/dL has been used as the cutoff for the diagnosis of GDM.
Oral administration of 1600mg/kg BCL largely inhibited the increase of postprandial blood glucose and stimulated its decrease (Fig.