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Figure 1: Association between fasting plasma glucose level and ΔG30th min mg/dL, ΔG120th min mg/dL in starch-induced postprandial glycemic spikes. ΔG represents the difference in plasma glucose level between fasting and 30th min. (a) And 120th min. (b) Post-starch administration to rats. It represents measure of post-starch feeding glycemic spikes. (c) Association between fasting plasma glucose and 2 h postprandial glycemic load (Area Under the Curve, AUC0-120 min mg/dL) induced by starch administration in rats. Pearson correlation represents normally distribution in variable while Spearman correlation represents a non-parametric distribution in variables. Values plotted in this figure represent plasma glucose level of the control group of rats

Figure 1: Association between fasting plasma glucose level and ΔG30<sup>th</sup> min mg/dL, ΔG120<sup>th</sup> min mg/dL in starch-induced postprandial glycemic spikes. ΔG represents the difference in plasma glucose level between fasting and 30<sup>th</sup> min. (a) And 120<sup>th</sup> min. (b) Post-starch administration to rats. It represents measure of post-starch feeding glycemic spikes. (c) Association between fasting plasma glucose and 2 h postprandial glycemic load (Area Under the Curve, AUC<sub>0-120 min</sub> mg/dL) induced by starch administration in rats. Pearson correlation represents normally distribution in variable while Spearman correlation represents a non-parametric distribution in variables. Values plotted in this figure represent plasma glucose level of the control group of rats