Acute Effect of Riceberry Waffle Intake on Postprandial Glycemic Response in Healthy Subjects


Tongkaew P., Purong D., Ngoh S., Phongnarisorn B., AYDIN E.

FOODS, vol.10, no.12, 2021 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 10 Issue: 12
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Doi Number: 10.3390/foods10122937
  • Title of Journal : FOODS
  • Keywords: gluten-free product, Riceberry rice waffle, sucrose substitute, postprandial glycaemia, STARCH DIGESTIBILITY, SUGAR ALCOHOLS, INDEX, RICE, QUALITY, FLOUR, EXTRACTION, LOAD

Abstract

Gluten-free products have been developed due to increasing consumer demand. The improvement of the sensory quality and nutritional value of these products may support functional food development and provide health benefits. The purpose of this study was to develop a gluten-free waffle formulation with Riceberry rice flour by replacing the sucrose with maltitol and palm sugar powder. Evaluations of the sensory acceptability of these products and the blood glucose levels of healthy volunteers after consuming Riceberry and wheat flour waffles were carried out. The glycemic responses of the volunteers to the Riceberry and wheat flour waffles at 0, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 150, and 180 min were monitored. In addition, the glycemic index of the products was calculated. The finding revealed that replacing sugar with 50% (w/w of total sugar) palm sugar powder and 50% maltitol was the most acceptable formulation that received the highest acceptability scores in terms of overall acceptability and texture. The blood glucose levels of both Riceberry waffle and wheat flour were not significantly different. The glycemic index of Riceberry waffle and wheat flour waffle were 94.73 +/- 7.60 and 91.96 +/- 6.93, respectively. Therefore, Riceberry waffle could be used as an alternative gluten-free product for celiac patients, but not for diabetic patients.