normoglycaemic


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normoglycaemic

having the normal concentration of blood glucose.
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This study aimed to explore the postprandial effect of meal duration on metabolism and appetite in obese, normoglycaemic women.
Antidiabetic and toxicological evaluations of naringenin in normoglycaemic and NIDDM rat models and its implications on extra-pancreatic glucose regulation.
Reduce the metabolic demand by treating fever actively; start nasogastric feeds if infants are too tachypnoeic to feed and ensure the infant remains normoglycaemic.
Hypoglycaemic and antidiabetic activity of acetonic extract of Vernonia colorata leaves in normoglycaemic and alloxan-induced diabetic rats.
All the subjects were non-smoking and normoglycaemic (glycosylated haemoglobin, 4.
Women with gestational diabetes are around seven times more likely to develop overt type-2 diabetes than those who have a normoglycaemic pregnancy, London researchers have found.
The AGE formation inhibitor pyridoxamine (PM) is renoprotective in DN and in normoglycaemic obese Zucker rats.
H: The Bedford Survey: ten-year mortality rates in newly diagnosed diabetics, borderline diabetics and normoglycaemic controls and risk indices for coronary heart disease in borderline diabetics.
As they suspected that results may vary in different populations, they first tested the effects of chromium supplementation on insulin sensitivity in 31 non-obese (BMI < 27), normoglycaemic subjects.
5-fold, relative to the normoglycaemic control (NGC) cells (p < 0.
Near normoglycaemic glucose control leads to a reduction of vascular (including cerebrovascular) events in diabetic patients.
Insulin in normoglycaemic individuals is produced at a basal rate even in the fasting state to limit lipolysis and hepatic glucose output.