ASSESSMENT OF POSTPRANDIAL GLYCEMIC RESPONSE IN HEALTHY HUMAN WITH RESPECT TO SOME PROMISING INDIGENOUS MANGO VARIETIES OF PAKISTAN

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Afrah Jabeen
Haroon Jamshaid Qazi
Taufiq Ahmad
Laraib Jameel

Keywords

Glycemic index, Mango, Glycemic load, Variety

Abstract

Background: Mango is an important herb because of its high glycemic response. Mangoes offer a wide variety of postprandial glycemic response and physiological benefits, and value-added goods have been included in this study.


Objective: To characterize the Assessment of Postprandial Glycemic Response in Healthy Humans with Regard to Some Promising Indigenous Mango Varieties of Pakistan.


Methodology: In this study, two groups are presented one is a control group and the second is a conventional treatment group. The current study was an observational study, with healthy volunteers chosen at random. Ten participants were chosen from the students and professors of a private institution in Lahore. All participants were educated about the study's methodology and asked to sign consent forms before participating voluntarily. The data collected was evaluated using the analysis of variance (ANOVA) approach. Statistical differences were defined as p < 0.05. Duncan's multiple range test was used to compare means and determine the significance of differences. All statistical analyses were carried out using SPSS software version 20.


Results: The results showed Mango had higher values of glycemic response.


Conclusion: In conclusion, It is strongly recommended that Mango be included in a diet-based treatment. The present study also revealed that there was an improvement in glycemic response among diabetic patients.

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