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Botanical medication: From Bench to Bedside ЗДОРОВЬЕ,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Название: Botanical medication: From Bench to BedsideАвтор: Raymond Cooper Издательство: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc Год: 2009-06-23 Страниц: 237ISBN: 1934854050 Формат: pdf Размер: 3,5 MB Язык: АнглийскийСправочник по ботанической медицине. Скачать eighty five

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05) with no change in body weight. This glucose-lowering activity has been confirmed in two other studies which reported that oral administration of the aloes juice (1 tablespoon twice daily) reduced fasting glucose and triglycerides in subjects with type 2 diabetes in both the absence and presence of concomitant sulfonylurea therapy (104, 105). No adverse effects were reported in these studies. Aloe gel also holds the potential for glucose-lowering activity, as it contains glucomannan, a water-soluble fiber that reportedly has glucose-lowering and insulin-sensitizing activities (106, 107).

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