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[qs]It might be worth noting that in contrast to the other paper, this was a study of a narrow food group (cereal products only), and it was done in vitro, not in vivo, in other words, in the laboratory rather than with actual people.[/qs]

Um. No.

[qs]Englyst et al. (2003) correlated twenty-three cereal-based starchy foods for their GI in vivo and their rate of CHO digestion in vitro (asassessed by the content in rapidly available glucose).[/qs]

[size=1]Brouns, F et al. Glycaemic index methodology, Nutrition Research Reviews (2005), 18, 14517.[/size]

Close but no cigar!

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