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Year : 2008  |  Volume : 27  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 45-49

Hypoglycemic effect of triphala on selected non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus subjects


Department of Foods and Nutrition, RVS College of Arts and Science, KVK Thottam, Sulur, Coimbatore - 641402, India

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Sowmya S Rajan
Department of Foods and Nutrition, RVS College of Arts and Science, KVK Thottam, Sulur, Coimbatore - 641402
India
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Modern life style is characterized by high stress, increased automation, junk food consumption and sedentary life style which have lead to the incidence of Diabetes. The study involved selection of NIDDM subjects who were supplemented with Triphala powder called, The Three Myrobalans (Terminalia bellirica-   Belliric myrobalan,  Terminalia chebula-  Inknut,  Embilica officinalis -  Indian gooseberry)  for a period of 45 days. Statistical evaluation of the blood profile showed significant reduction in the blood glucose level of the subjects.


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