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Beneficial health effects of rutin supplementation in patients with diabetes mellitus

@inproceedings{Sattanathan2011BeneficialHE,
  title={Beneficial health effects of rutin supplementation in patients with diabetes mellitus},
  author={K. Sattanathan and C. K. Dhanapal and R. Umarani and Rajappan Manavalan},
  year={2011}
}
Flavonoids, dietary antioxidant compounds may offer some protection against early- stage diabetes mellitus and its associated complications. The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of rutin on overall health of patients with diabetes mellitus. The effects of rutin were tested by using it as a supplement with their regular medications. The total trial period was of 120 days conducted with a gap of 30 days each. It consisted of 30 patients aging between 40-50 years, having diabetes… 

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