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Journal of Diabetes and Health

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a NaysaDiscovery Pvt. Ltd, Datia College of Advance Studies, Datia, MP, India

b National JALMA Institute of Tuberculosis & Other Mycobacterial Diseases, Agra, UP,India

c Department of Microbiology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, MP, India

d ReGenera Research Group for Aging-Intervention, Milano, Italy

d National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute, Mohali, India

Thomas Edison Award-2014

Keywords: Diabetes, Green Tea, Naysa, Hypoglycemia, Blood glucose, Post-prandial hyperglycemia

Citation: Yadav M.,Parkash O., Singh V., Marotta F., Yadav H., 2014. Naysa Green Tea: A potentialhypoglycemic agent for better management of Diabetes. Journal of Diabetes andHealth. Photon 107, 200-205.

Photon Ignitor: ISJN75193753D657706032014

Graphical Abstract: Naysagreen Tea (NGT) shows dramatic hypoglycemic effects in mice. (a) Ingestion of NGT significantlydecreased blood glucose levels after 1hour of glucose administration. (b) Oral administration of NGT extractefficiently maintained lower blood glucose during 240 minutes following theglucose an administration in normal mice


Abstract

Diabetes became one of the most common and prominent health problems in developed and developing world. Increased blood glucose (hyperglycemia) is the major symptom of diabetes, and unregulated hyperglycemia develops various life threatening complications i.e. cardiovascular diseases, neuropathy, nephropathy and retinopathy. Therefore regulating blood glucose levels near to normal range is highly critical in the management of diabetes. There are various hypoglycemic regimens available into the market but due to their chemical nature and long term exposure causes various health complications including psychological and economical burdens in diabetic patients and their families. Therefore the need of developing new alternative and safer strategies are highly required for better management of hyperglycemia of diabetic patients. Here we investigated hypoglycemic potential of a green tea called Naysa Green Tea, that composed a unique formulation of plant extracts and green tea leaves. We found that oral ingestion of Naysa Green Tea extract dramatically suppressed the glucose ingestion induced hyperglycemia in normal mice and human subjects. Our findings clearly suggest that Naysa Green Tea have potential to suppress post-prandial glucose rise and can be a useful alternative strategy for management of blood glucose levels in diabetic patients.








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