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Title: Vasoprotective effect of the jerusalem artichoke in patient with mild form of diabetes mellitus type 2
Authors: Ali K. Harb
Шапкін, Вадим Євгенович
Shapkin, Vadim
Шапкин, Вадим Евгеньевич
Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus type 2
Issue Date: 16-Mar-2018
Citation: Ali K. Harb. Vasoprotective effect of the jerusalem artichoke in patient with mild form of diabetes mellitus type 2 / Ali K. Harb, V. E. Shapkin // Патологія судин з позицій поліпрофільного підходу : матеріали науково-практичної конференції з міжнародною участю, Харків, 16 березня 2018 р. / Харківський національний медичний університет. – Харків, 2018. – С. 3–4.
Abstract: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a chronic disease that affects humans body, combining a group of metabolic disorders for a prolonged period. This condition is due to the lifestyle and bad diet mainly, and may lead to severe dangerous complications like angiopathy which may lead to myocardial infarction and other serious health complications. Many drugs are being given to treat hyperlipidemia which is one of the main angiopathy pathogenetic factor, especially at modern period. But the side effects of these drugs stimulated many doctors to find a better natural treatment, this is why nowadays, researches are being made on the effect of herbal therapy on decreasing blood lipids, thus decreasing the complications accompanied with it, having less side effects than in usual synthetic drugs. Tapinambour (Jerusalem Artichoke) is one of interesting herbal therapies due to its high content in fibers (mainly soluble) that bind to fat in the small intestine preventing its absorption, in addition, it contains high amount of inulin, which helps lowering glucose level and decrease cholesterol level, helping in diabetes treatment, preventing vascular damage.
Description: Ali K.Harb студент 6 курса ХНМУ
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