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Novel Techniques in Nutrition and Food Science

Phyto-chemicals and Hypoglycaemia in Diabetics

  • Open or Close Adegbenga B Ademolu*

    Medicine Department, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria

    *Corresponding author: Adegbenga B Ademolu, Medicine Department, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Lagos, Nigeria

Submission: November 13, 2017; Published: April 11, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/NTNF.2018.01.000517

ISSN 2640-9208
Volume1 Issue4

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Photo chemicals are chemical compounds produced by plants. They are endocrine distruptors known for ages to affect blood glucose metabolism. Blood glucose homeostasis is a balance between gluconeogenesis, glycogenolysis and glycolysis among others. Gluconeogenesis which is the production of glucose from non carbohydrate source is influenced by lip genesis. Phyto chemical effects on glucose metabolism may enhance or inhibit these processes. Phyto-chemical enhancing glycolysis results in hypoglycaemia or inducing gluconeogenesis or glycogenolysis causing hyperglycaemia. These hyperglycaemic or hypoglycaemic

Abbreviations: VLDL: Very Low Density Lipoprotein; AST: Aspartate Amino Transferase; ALT: Alanine Amino Transferase; GGT: Gamma Glutamyl Tran peptidase enzymes; TC: Total Cholesterol; TG: Triglycerides; LDL-C: Low Density Lipoproteins; SOD: Super Oxide Dismutase; GPx: Glutathione Peroxidise; CAT: Catalase

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