The same meal was taken a week later. During each meal, the blood sugar levels of the participants' were recorded before the meal was eaten and after the meal in the interval of 0.5 hour, 1 hour and 2 hours.

During the first meal, the participants were asked to consume the meal in this order: first carbohydrates, then proteins, vegetables and 15 minutes later, fats.

During the second meal, taken a week later, the participants were asked to reverse the sequence of their meal. Their meal was eaten in this order: protein, vegetables and fat. This time round, carbohydrates were consumed after a 15-minute gap.

A comparison of the blood sugar levels measured at 0.5 hour, 1 hour and 2 hours after both meals were made.

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