After the end of the test preparation, The blood glucose levels
were measured to see the presence of antidiabetic effects.
When the subjects were randomized to eat five smaller meals each day, the mean seven-point blood glucose levels
was lower than when they ate three main meals (9.1mmol/L vs 9.5 mmol/L).
However when the rat feed prepared from the different varieties of millet were fed to the Streptozotocin induced diabetic rats, Foxtail millet FF proved to be the most effective feed in lowering the random blood glucose level
. Finger millet FF was the second most effective millet variety to lower the blood glucose level
in the experimental animals, whereas Pearl millet FF and Proso millet FF had almost the same results.
Lifestyle intervention to address these factors appears to be a valuable part of any therapeutic approach.8 A positive impact of mild to moderate exercise intervention on IR in young patients has been reported.9 The current study Trial No: (Trial ID ISRCTN16466697) was designed to determine the effects of a 25 weeks supervised structured aerobic exercise training (SSAET) program on fasting blood glucose level
(FBGL), plasma insulin level (PIL), glycemic control (GC), and insulin resistance (IR) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
The diabetic group fed on Bengal gram HFD also showed the significant increase in the blood glucose level
during the 1st week after the induction of diabetes (102.16+-13.74 to 259.50+-8.16).
The kit used for glucose estimation was Glucose-Liquizyme (Germany) and the equipments used for cell count and blood glucose level
estimation were auto hematology analyzer (Rayto, China) and semi auto chemistry analyzer (Rayto, China) respectively.
Blood glucose levels
were recorded on 0 day before the administration of normal saline, then on 1st, 3rd 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th days.
Fasting blood glucose levels
and pGSN values were monitored in diabetic mice (C57BL/6 HFD/STZ) at the start of Sitagliptin treatment and after two weeks of daily treatment with either PBS or Sitagliptin (10 mg/kg) as per protocols described above.
In order to reduce calibration and measurement error capacitance values at different frequencies were averaged Blood glucose level
increase by 2 mmol/l corresponds t capacitance increase by 3.5 pF.
If a patient's blood glucose level
rises above a predetermined value, he or she may need an insulin bolus to bring it down.
Higher long-term blood glucose levels
adversely impact hemoglobin A1c: for example, a hemoglobin A1c of 6% roughly represents an average blood glucose level
of 135 mg/dL, and 5% roughly represents an average blood glucose level
of 90 mg/dL.
A doctor can diagnose diabetes by reviewing your symptoms and checking your blood glucose levels
. One test (fasting plasma glucose test) measures your blood glucose level
after eating or drinking nothing (fasting) for at least eight hours, usually overnight.