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Table 3 Foods used to construct the test meals provided in the study

From: Does the ingestion of a 24 hour low glycaemic index Asian mixed meal diet improve glycaemic response and promote fat oxidation? A controlled, randomized cross-over study

Low GI diet High GI diet
Breakfast Breakfast
 Milo, milk (low fat) lemon puff biscuits  poon kueh (pink rice cake), rice cracker Nestum cereal drink (made with water)
Lunch Lunch
 bee hoon (rice vermicelli), sauce (ketchup, sesame oil, dark soy, water), teriyaki chicken, spinach (boiled)  mee pok (flat egg noodle), sauce (ketchup, sesame oil, dark soy, water), teriyaki chicken, carrots (boiled), rice cracker
Snack Snack
 kaya butter toast (kaya is made from coconut milk, eggs and sugar), Milo, milk (low fat)  steamed glutinous rice with chicken (lo mai gai), ice lemon tea
Dinner Dinner
 parboiled basmati rice, chicken stock, teriyaki chicken, spinach (boiled)  glutinous rice, chicken stock teriyaki chicken, carrots (boiled then mixed with margarine), rice cracker
  1. GI, glycaemic index