- Evidence for a second meal cognitive effect: glycaemic responses to high and low glycaemic index evening meals are associated with cognition the following morningDaniel Joseph Lamport
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Lifton Palace Leeds, UK
Nutr Neurosci 14:66-71. 2011..The present findings imply that an overnight fast may not be sufficient to control for previous nutritional consumption...
- Acute glycaemic load breakfast manipulations do not attenuate cognitive impairments in adults with type 2 diabetesDaniel Joseph Lamport
Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS29JT, UK
Clin Nutr 32:265-72. 2013..The aim was to examine the effects of type 2 diabetes on cognitive function, and to investigate whether consumption of low glycaemic load breakfasts affects cognitive function in adults with type 2 diabetes...