Potato Research Library

Published APRE-funded Studies

December 2020

Potato Consumption and Risk of Cardio-Metabolic Diseases: Evidence Mapping of Observational Studies

Jisun So, Esther E. Avendano, Gowri Raman & Elizabeth J. Johnson
October 2020

Effects of potato resistant starch intake on insulin sensitivity, related metabolic markers and appetite ratings in men and women at risk for type 2 diabetes: a pilot cross‐over randomised controlled trial

Lisa M. Sanders, Mary R. Dicklin, Orsolya M. Palacios, Cathy E. Maki, Meredith L. Wilcox and Kevin C. Maki
October 2020

Lower nocturnal blood glucose response to a potato-based mixed evening meal compared to rice in individuals with type 2 diabetes

Brooke Devlin, Evelyn Parr, Bridget Radford and John Hawley
April 2020

Potato Protein Isolate Stimulates Muscle Protein Synthesis at Rest and with Resistance Exercise in Young Women

Sara Oikawa, Ravninder Bahniwa,Tanya Holloway, Changhyun Lim, Jonathan McLeod, Chris McGlory, Steven Baker and Stuart Phillips
March 2020

Males and Females Exhibit Similar Muscle Glycogen Recovery with Varied Recovery Food Sources

Shannon Flynn, Alejandro Rosales, Walter Hailes and Brent Ruby
January 2020

Daily Intake of Non-Fried Potato Does Not Affect Markers of Glycemia and is Associated with Better Diet Quality Compared to Refined Grains: A Randomized, Crossover Study in Healthy Adults

Emily Johnston, Kristina Petersen and Penny Kris-Etherton
December 2019

Intake of Boiled Potato in Relation to Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in a Large Norwegian Cohort: The HUNT Study

Trine Moholdt, Brooke L. Devlin, and Tom Ivar Lund Nilsen
December 2019

High-Quality Carbohydrates: A Concept in Search of a Definition

Mitchell M. Kanter, PhD
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