Effect of Superfine Grinding on Antidiabetic Activity of Bitter Melon Powder

  title={Effect of Superfine Grinding on Antidiabetic Activity of Bitter Melon Powder},
  author={Ying Zhu and Ying Dong and Xiwen Qian and Fengjie Cui and Qin Guo and Xinghua Zhou and Yun Wang and Yi Zhang and Zhiyu Xiong},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
The antidiabetic activities of bitter melon powders produced with lyophilization/superfine grinding and hot air drying/normal grinding were investigated in vivo for selecting a suitable bitter melon processing procedure. After a five-week treatment, bitter melon lyophilized superfine grinding powder (BLSP) had a higher antidiabetic activity with reducing fasting blood glucose levels from 21.40 to 12.54 mmol/L, the serum insulin levels from 40.93 to 30.74 mIU/L, and restoring activities of SOD… CONTINUE READING
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