(Latin: prandium, literally, that which is eaten early)
By extension, of or relating to a meal; such as, lunch or a late breakfast; however, dictionary definitions use "dinner" as the primary meaning for this element.
2. In medicine, after mealtime: A postprandial rise in the blood glucose level is one that occurs after eating.
Postprandial refers to the time after any meal. It is a common term in medicine and may refer to diabetes, endocrinology, gastroenterology, metabolism, pathology, and many other biomedical fields.3. Etymology: from Latin post, "after" + prandium, "luncheon, meal" + -al, "pertaining to".