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Table 2 Mass and nutrient contents of the test portions of the glucose reference and the four test foods in Experiment 2.

From: Soy foods have low glycemic and insulin response indices in normal weight subjects

Test Food Portion Size (g) Energy (kJ [Cal]) {kj/100 g of product} Protein (g)* {g/100 g of product} Fat (g) {g/100 g of product} Available Carbohydrate (g) {g/100 g of product} Sugars (g) {g/100 g of product} Fiber (g) {g/100 g of product}
Glucose (Reference Food) 25.0 g glucose 250 g water 400 [95.5] 0.0 0.0 25.0 25.0 0.0
Peanut Butter Chocolate Pal™ bar 48.4 813 [194.2] {1,671} 12.9 {26.7} 4.8 {10.0} 25.0 {51.7} 14.5 {30.0} 0.8 {1.7}
Chocolate Daydream™ shake – fructose 47.1 g powder 305.0 g water 742 [177.2] {1,567} 14.7 {31.3} 1.8 {3.9} 25.0 {53.0} 23.6 {50.0} 1.5 {3.1}
Lightly Salted Sunshine™ soy protein chips 48.1 808 [193.0] {1,672} 13.5 {28.0} 3.8 {8.0} 25.0 {52.0} 0.0 {0.0} 0.0 {0.0}
Soy spaghetti 42.4 (dry) 636 [151.9] {1,467} 10.6 {24.6} 1.1 {2.6} 25.0 {57.9} 1.5 {3.5} 0.8 {1.8}
  1. 1The amount of water listed for some products is the amount of water needed to prepare that product. This volume is in addition to the 250 g of water consumed with every product as part of the test methodology.
  2. 2The protein in all of the products except the spaghetti is from soy. For the spaghetti, one serving provided 14 grams of protein, 8 grams from soy and 6 grams from semolina. Each Chocolate Daydream™ shake contained 20 g soy protein. Each Peanut Butter Chocolate Pal™ bar contained 16 g soy protein. The soy protein chips contained 7 g soy protein per serving