This study aims at assessing the effects of glucose and different types of breakfast on
metabolic and neurofunctional responses in healthy individuals.
Twelve healthy subjects, on a stable diet, in a randomized-crossover fashion, received either
a 50 g glucose load (control) or one of these breakfast:
B1: milk (125ml) and cereals (30g); B2: milk (220ml), apple (200g) and cream chocolate filled
sponge cake (30g); B3: milk (125ml), bread (50g), apple (150g) and hazelnut cream chocolate
(15g). Prior and upon completion of each tolerance test, an EEG was performed to measure
frontal P300-evoked potentials.