World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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Shweta Choudhary*


Background: Considerable scientific studies prove that diet plays very important role in the management of Diabetes mellitus. Calories in the form of complex carbohydrate and fiber have multiple benefits in this disease. Fiber in the form of oats is effective element in management of Type II diabetes mellitus. Objective: This study is designed to evaluate the effects of fiber in glucose management of human Type II Diabetes Mellitus and to optimize the fiber amount. Method: Under this study three diets viz. control diet (no fiber), low fiber diet (5 gm fiber), high fiber diet (10 gm fiber) were given to Control group, Experimental group 1, Experimental group 2 respectively. Data were recorded after three months supplementation and statistically analyzed. Result: The major reduction in blood glucose level was worked by the test diet I and then a further minor reduction was done by test diet II. The statistical analysis showed clearly the level of fasting blood glucose as lowest in the case of test diet II, slightly higher in test diet I and highest in control diet. A similar behavior was observed in postprandial blood glucose levels. Conclusion: It is concluded that fiber is an influential component in the management of type II Diabetes mellitus.

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