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PPPages
PPPowerPoint (Microsoft)
PPParcel Post
PPPrepaid (shipping)
PPPiss Poor
PPPianissimo (music)
PPProfile Picture
PPPapua New Guinea
PPPing Pong
PPPer Person
PPPeter Pan
PPPoint to Point
PPPoint-To-Point
PPPom Pom (cartoon character)
PPPower Plant (aircraft engine)
PPPrimo Piano (Italian: Close-Up; photography and filmmaking)
PPPayPal (electronic payment website)
PPPartido Popular (Spanish political party)
PPPersonal Property
PPPolypropylene
PPPeer to Peer
PPPope
PPPathophysiology
PPPerson to Person
PPPink Panther
PPPittsburgh Penguins
PPPrivacy Policy
PPPeter Parker (Spiderman character)
PPPrincess Peach (Nintendo character)
PPPower Pack
PPPassport
PPPower Play (Hockey)
PPPlanned Parenthood
PPPersonal Protection (clothing, health and safety)
PPPilot Project
PPPercentage Points
PPPostage Paid
PPPre Production
PPParticle Physics
PPPolly Pocket (toy doll)
PPPersonne Physique (French)
PPPoint Pleasant (Point Pleasant, NJ)
PPPlastic Packaging
PPPolypeptide
PPPast Participle
PPPeraturan Pemerintah (Indonesian: government regulations)
PPPeak Power
PPPower Points (Pokémon/anime gaming)
PPParticular Person
PPPay Period
PPPeople's Party (political party)
PPPlastic Pipe
PPPeak-to-Peak
PPPresent Position
PPPostpartum (Latin: After Birth)
PPPopular Party (Spain)
PPPositive Pressure
PPParish Priest
PPPartial Pressure
PPPrimary Production (ecology)
PPPaul Pierce (basketball player)
PPParallel Port (IEEE 1284-1994)
PPPump Pressure (drilling)
PPParty Poker
PPPower Plugs
PPPhilip Pullman (author)
PPPush Pull
PPPower Panel
PPPokemon Platinum (game)
PPPrevious Period
PPPrimary Point (or Dial Post Pay Payphone)
PPPilgrim's Progress (Christian allegory)
PPPush Press (weightlifting)
PPPapp(-einband)
PPPlasma Protein
PPPurchase Price
PPPlus Postage
PPPeroxisome Proliferator (molecular biology)
PPPeristaltic Pump
PPPolice Post
PPParty Pooper
PPPayback Period (investing)
PPProtein Phosphatase
PPPrevious Poster (message board thread)
PPPersonal Pronoun
PPPerfect Play (gaming)
PPPrepositional Phrase (grammar)
PPPokemon Pearl (game)
PPPrice Pfister
PPPosterior Probability
PPPlot Plan (drafting and design)
PPPer Protocol
PPPore Pressure
PPProject Planning
PPPiece Part
PPPuzzle Pirates (gaming website)
PPPair Programming (software development technique)
PPPeople's Participation
PPPoppers (Isobutylnitrite)
PPPreferred Plus (insurance)
PPPeak Pressure
PPPremium Processing (US Department of Homeland Security)
PPPrimary Progressive (multiple sclerosis)
PPPhantom Planet
PPParticle Production
PPPostprandial (after meals)
PPPre-Processor
PPPatriarchs and Prophets
PPPage Printer
PPPocket Protector
PPPilot Production
PPProject Plan
PPPounds Pressure
PPParadise Poker (online gaming)
PPPersonnel Protection
PPPeriodic Paralysis
PPPlasma Pistol (gaming)
PPPeru Posible (political party)
PPPoint Paper
PPPatres
PPPractical Photography (Uk magazine)
PPPersepolis
PPPhysical Profile
PPPancreatic Polypeptide
PPPater Patriae (Latin: Father of the Country, epigraphy)
PPProfessional Planner
PPProcess Planning
PPPatient Placement (hospitals)
PPPartido Patriota (Spanish, Guatemala political party)
PPPlanning Package
PPPiecewise Polynomial (mathematics)
PPPrivate Party (classified ads)
PPPrimary Path
PPProvincial Park
PPPlanetary Protection (NASA)
PPPre Preg (material type)
PPPoor Presentation (job applicant)
PPPrepolymer
PPPrimary Pressure
PPPermanent Party
PPProposed Plan
PPPrestige Points (gaming)
PPProtection Profile
PPPeople Person
PPPressure Plug
PPPatriot Party (Guatemala)
PPPassage Point
PPParent Parcel
PPPiston Pump (automotive engineering)
PPProtein Purification
PPProgressive Party
PPPromise to Pay
PPPortable Part
PPPhysical Partition (IBM AIX)
PPPollution Probe (workshop)
PPPause Please (gaming)
PPPlatinum Piece (gaming)
PPParty Please (gaming)
PPPinellas Plant (Florida)
PPParticiple Phrase
PPProduction Phase
PPPavee Point (Ireland)
PPPublicaciones Periódicas
PPPetrol Point (military operations)
PPPlane Partition (enumerative combinatorics)
PPPetr Prucha (hockey player)
PPPropria Persona (Latin: for oneself)
PPPlenum Pressure
PPProgram Package
PPPort Processor
PPPressure Plan
PPPayload Pointer
PPPeripheral Processor
PPProton Proton
PPPlanetary Program
PPPreservation Pennsylvania
PPProprietà Privata (Italian: No Trespassing)
PPPoled Polymer
PPPrivateer Press (online games store)
PPProcedural Programming
PPPointer Processor (ANSI)
PPParachute Press, Inc.
PPPréfecture de Police (France)
PPPrime Polymer Co., Ltd. (Japan)
PPPrivate Passenger (vehicle owned by an individual)
PPProcurement Plan
PPProtection Profiles (IT security, informatics)
PPProtector Plus
PPPunjab Police (India)
PPPlateau Perspectives (Canada and UK)
PPPropulsion Power
PPPure Pwnage (Internet TV show)
PPPull Plug (gaming)
PPPrevoyance Professionnelle (French)
PPPermittivity Probe (astronomy)
PPProcess Potential
PPPrinter's Proof (art)
PPPellagra Preventing
PPPurchasing Procedure
PPPower Pets
PPPound Puppy (toy and entertainment line)
PPPer Proxy
PPPrincipe de Paz (Guatemala, protestant church)
PPPer Procurationem (Latin: By Agency; letters signed on another person's behalf)
PPPróximo Passado (Portuguese: Prior)
PPPolarization-Preserving
PPPelican Parts
PPProblem Priority
PPPolarization Propagator
PPPriority Precedence
PPPraeses Provinciae (Latin: Ruler of the Province, epigraphy)
PPPerfect Prog (approach)
PPPorozumienie Polskie (Polish Accord)
PPPsychic Points (gaming, Earthbound)
PPPunctum Proximum (Latin: near point of accommodation)
PPParts Population
PPPraemissis Praemittendis
PPPneumo-Peritoneum (medical procedure)
PPPater Putativus (Latin: supposed father)
PPPublic Prosecuter
PPPublicidad Profesional (Guatemala advertisment agency)
PPPoetPatriot (website)
PPPrioritization Phase
PPPapa Pontifex (signature of the Pope)
PPPreterito Pasado (Spanish, grammar)
PPProfessional Plastering
PPPolaris Prime (Starcraft)
PPProduction Planner/Planning
PPProgram Plan/Planning
PPProgram/Procurement Plan
PPPerfectPass Control Systems Inc.
PPPotentiometer Plate
PPProjected Proponency
PPPacketpiece
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40-43) The Honolulu Heart Program showed that the risk of a fatal coronary event increased progressively with rising 1-hour postprandial glucose, (44) while the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging showed a dramatic rise in all-cause mortality for 2-hour PPG >200 mg/dL.
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.
Area under the glucose curve (AUC) were calculated for the postprandial periods after meals, according to the trapezium rule (Matthews et al.
Age, gender, nature of the sample fasting or postprandial for TSH and Free T4 estimation.
While the American Diabetes Association-European Association for Study of Diabetes (ADA-EASD) recommendations suggest based insulin as the initial treatment of choice, this does not take various clinical aspects (such as presence of metabolic, medical, or surgical co morbidities) or biochemical factors(such as relative contribution of fasting and postprandial glycaemia, as well as severity of glycaemia) into account.
Considering this, using diets with different starch and fibre inclusion amounts and different fibre types the present study evaluated the effect of the intakes of starch and fibre on the postprandial glycaemic response of non-obese adult dogs.
Postprandial DGR was compared among the three groups [Figure 2]b.
We then subtracted the FPG from eAG in order to calculate the apparent postprandial glucose (aPPG) exposure.
Furthermore, in healthy subjects, both increased [6] and reduced [7] reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation were observed in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) during the postprandial period.
During 2011-2012, the prevalence of diabetes based on 2-hour postprandial glucose, fasting plasma glucose, or hemoglobin [A.
The research, published in The Physician and Sportsmedicine journal, revealed study participants who consumed 1 ounce of raisins three times a day for the duration of the study, as compared to a group that ate a comparable amount of snack crackers, were shown to have: 23% reduction in postprandial (post-meal) glucose levels; 19% reduction in fasting glucose; a significant reduction (8.