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Figure 2: The shape of plasma glucose concentration curves (a and d) following starch administration to overnight fasted rats with or without pre-treatment of study materials. Figures b and e represent ΔG. ΔG is the difference in plasma glucose level between fasting and 30th post-starch administration to rats. Figures c and f presents 2 h postprandial glycemic load (AUC0-120 min mg/dL) following starch administration. One-way analysis of variance followed by Dunnett's multiple comparison tests was applied to compare the difference in an animal study groups. The criterion for statistical significance was *P < 0.05. BG: Bengal gram, BGs: Bengal gram sprouts, KC: Kabuli chana, KCs: Kabuli chana sprouts, GG: Green gram, GGs: Green gram sprouts, Acb: acarbose. Values represent mean ± standard error, n = 5

Figure 2: The shape of plasma glucose concentration curves (a and d) following starch administration to overnight fasted rats with or without pre-treatment of study materials. Figures b and e represent ΔG. ΔG is the difference in plasma glucose level between fasting and 30<sup>th</sup> post-starch administration to rats. Figures c and f presents 2 h postprandial glycemic load (AUC<sub>0-120 min</sub> mg/dL) following starch administration. One-way analysis of variance followed by Dunnett's multiple comparison tests was applied to compare the difference in an animal study groups. The criterion for statistical significance was *<i>P</i> < 0.05. BG: Bengal gram, BGs: Bengal gram sprouts, KC: Kabuli chana, KCs: Kabuli chana sprouts, GG: Green gram, GGs: Green gram sprouts, Acb: acarbose. Values represent mean ± standard error, <i>n</i> = 5