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Glycemic and lipemic response of wheat grass incorporated recipes.

Glycemic and lipemic response of wheat grass incorporated recipes.









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1 Abstract Title Glycemic and lipemic response of wheat grass incorporated recipes.


2 Abstract Source Journal of Herbal Medicine and Toxicology, 4, 161-164.


3 Abstract Author(s) Iyer, U., Sharma, M., Dhruv, S. & Mani, U. V.


4 Article Affiliation Department of Foods and Nutrition, Faculty of Family and Community Sciences,The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara -390 002, Gujarat, India.


5 Abstract Wheatgrasss (Triticum aestivum) the young green plant which grows toproduce the cereal grain is one of the “functional foods” that is gaining popularity asa potential nutritional product with medical and health benefits. However, no in-depthcontrolled clinical trials have been conducted to study the therapeutic effect ofwheatgrass. A study was planned to determine the glycemic and lipemic response ofwheatgrass incorporated recipes. For the study 30 normal healthy female subjectswere randomly divided into 5 groups consisting of 6 subjects each. The 6 subjects ineach group were fed one test meal. Serum glucose of the subjects, fed recipesincorporated with wheatgrass (providing 75 g of carbohydrate), were estimated in allthe samples. Serum triglyceride was estimated in fasting and two hour post glucose/post recipe samples. With respect to glycemic index of the wheat grass supplementedrecipes it was found that the highest and lowest glycemic response was elicited byvegetable cutlet (121.7%) and Muthia (33.8%) respectively. The least percentage risein triglycerides was observed for vegetable cutlet (1.5 %).Wheatgrass has a definiterole in lowering the glycemic and lipemic responses and could be effectively used inthe management of diabetes mellitus


6 Summary Wheatgrass has a definiterole in lowering the glycemic and lipemic responses and could be effectively used inthe management of diabetes mellitus.


7 Article Published Date 2010.


8 Study Type Clinical.


9 Substances Wheat grass.


10 Diseases Diabetes.


11 Pharmacological Actions Antidiabetic.


12 Link https://goo.gl/c1Ax2B








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