In this set of experiment with the oral use of turmeric, glucose clearance
was enhanced in diabetic mouse as compared with the controls on normal drinking water.
This suggested that heterotypic pseudoislet recipient mice had a greater blood glucose clearance
compared to INS-1 pseudoislet recipient mice.
in aged trained skeletal muscle during maximal insulin with superimposed exercise.
In turn, the lower NO bioavailability of obese adults may contribute to impaired glucose regulation on account of the important role of NO in pancreatic beta-cell function  and insulin dependent and independent mechanisms of glucose clearance
Together, these studies suggest that increases in [H.sub.2]S may be responsible for a reduction in insulin secretion and ultimately the impaired glucose clearance
that occurs in diabetes.
Figure 1 demonstrates that diet induced obese rats (Figure 1(a), area under the curve (AUC): 133% of control, P < 0.05) and to a greater extent diabetic rats (Figure 1(b), AUC: 171% of control, P < 0.05) had significantly impaired glucose clearance
compared to control rats.
Elevated endogenous glucose production is a common abnormality associated with diabetes that, in concurrence with deprived pancreatic function and reduced glucose clearance
, contributes to the hyperglycemia characteristic of the disease, diabetes (Wajngot et al.
Blocking the growth factor early in development in a mouse model ultimately reduced beta-cell mass and insulin release and impaired glucose clearance
from the bloodstream.
A more efficient glucose clearance
was achieved with acute ASP supplementation (Figure 1(a), P < 0.05).
(7), (14-16) Since muscle is responsible for 70% to 90% of glucose clearance
and determines 40% of a person's insulin sensitivity, it makes sense to attack insulin resistance through movement.
It can be seen that steviol at all doses employed, except the lowest, induced a statistically significant increase in glucose clearance
([C.sub.G]) when compared to controls and exhibited a dose-dependent effect.
A study at the University of Chicago showed that limiting sleep to 4 hours per night for 6 nights in healthy young adults produced evidence of impaired glucose clearance
and increased insulin resistance, Dr.