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Study the Spirulina as a Potential Antidiabatic

Priti Kumari1, Shaheda Khanam1, Manish Chandra Varma2, Pritam Kumar3, Reena Chouhan3 and Asutosh Kumar Pandey*3

Journal Title:Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

In the sub-acute study, repeated administration (once a day for 28 days) of the SPIRULINA. Acts significantly (P < 0.001) reduction in the blood glucose level as compared with control group. Maximum reduction in blood glucose level was observed (233.616.539, 174.321.215 and 85.653.881 mg/dl respectively) on 35th day in the diabetic mice treated with SPIRULINA (100, 200 and 400 mg/kg). Body weight of control treated (30.640.366, 30.680.358, 29.990.272, 29.720.29, and 29.410.306 and 29.190.324 gram respectively) and SPIRULINA treated (100,200 and 400 mg/kg) diabetic mice weight increased during study period