GLUCOSE LOWERING EFFECTS OF PRE-COOKED INSTANT PREPARATIONS CONTAINING MUSHROOM IN NON-INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETIC AND HEALTHY SUBJECTS

Article Id: ARCC705 | Page : 136 - 141
Citation :- GLUCOSE LOWERING EFFECTS OF PRE-COOKED INSTANT PREPARATIONS CONTAINING MUSHROOM IN NON-INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETIC AND HEALTHY SUBJECTS.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2012.(31):136 - 141
Tapasya Anand and Rashmi Kapoor
Address : Department of Home Science, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Anantapur- 515001, India.

Abstract

Mushrooms have been used as food and medicine in many parts of the world since time immemorial. They are potent exemplary sources of natural medicines with anti-diabetic activity. The high protein, fiber and low fat/energy contents of edible mushrooms make them excellent food for diabetics. Many investigators have endeavored to study the hypoglycemic effect of either the fruiting body or the mycelia of various edible and medicinal fungi. The study has been undertaken to develop an instant powder mix for upma, utilizing mushroom and to evaluate its efficiency in non-insulin dependent diabetic and healthy subjects. The glycemic index values were found to reduce from 55.9 for low glycemic index basal upma to 45.8 for low glycemic index mushroom enriched basal upma. The trend was found to be almost similar in normal subjects.

Keywords

Glucose Mushroom Diabetic Natural Medicines.

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