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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors:
Isabel Stephany-Brassesco
,
Stefan Bereswill
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Markus M. Heimesaat
, and
Matthias F. Melzig

renal disease, diabetes mellitus, or other immunosuppressive conditions, for instance), that have been treated with antibiotics within the previous 3 months, or have risk factors for infection with drug-resistant S. pneumoniae , should obtain a

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, corticosteroids, cytotoxic agents or other types of immunosuppressing factors (e.g., splenectomy, diabetes mellitus), gynecological, gastrointestinal surgery or presence of decubitus ulcers [ 1, 2, 5, 6, 13 ]. From a clinical standpoint, anaerobic infections

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Costa , JA Alfenas , RC . Metabolic endotoxemia and diabetes mellitus: A systematic review . Metabolism . 2017 ; 68 : 133 – 44 . 10.1016/j.metabol.2016.12.009 3

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In the study, suitability of porridge, bun, and salad prepared from processed pearl millet FBC16 and sorghum PSC4 had been evaluated organoleptically by a panel of semi-trained judges and 25 non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus subjects. Organoleptically, germinated pearl millet was found to be more suitable for porridge (50%) and salad (100%), while puffed sorghum was best suitable for bun (15%) preparation. Prepared porridge had significantly (P ≤ 0.05) higher protein (16.9%) and total phenols (178.8 mg GAE/100 g) contents and antioxidant capacity (1,036 mg TE/100 g) than control. The dietary fibre and in vitro starch digestibility of composite porridge and bun increased significantly (P ≤ 0.05). Most acceptable composition of porridge, bun, and salad had low glycaemic index (17.64–26.79) and medium to low glycaemic load (8.82–13.40). Suitability of pearl millet and sorghum using appropriate processing techniques (germination and puffing) is recommended for preparation of indigenous food products especially for diabetics.

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Infrastructure) of Hungary. The collected parameters encompassed: 1) age at diagnosis, gender; 2) comorbidities (essential hypertension, chronic heart, lung, kidney, liver, and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus, active onco-hematologic malignancy

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1 Introduction Cardiovascular disease and its comorbidities change the mechanism of human metabolism and cause further progression of the disease. Chronic diseases, such as obesity and diabetes mellitus, result in metabolic changes, affecting body

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helpful to tackle life-style diseases like arteriosclerosis, cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes mellitus ( Bullo et al., 2011 ; Pan et al., 2013 ; Ros et al., 2004 ). The health benefits of walnuts are more or less attributed to ω-3 fatty acids and

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
M. Reyzov
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M. Eftimov
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S. Gancheva
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M. Todorova
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M. Zhelyazkova-Savova
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M. Tzaneva
, and
S. Valcheva-Kuzmanova

of Aronia melanocarpa berry extract on hepatic insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes mellitus rats . Journal of Food Science , 85 ( 4 ): 1307 – 1318 . 10

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properties interfere with the production of free radicals and also play a key role to inactivate them. Phenolic compounds are involved in prevention of several diseases related to oxidative and nitrosative stresses, such as cancer, diabetes mellitus

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors:
Fatima Zahra Adil
,
Elmostafa Benaissa
,
Yassine Benlahlou
,
Hicham Bakkali
,
Nawfal Doghmi
,
Hicham Balkhi
,
Adil Maleb
, and
Mostafa Elouennass

.01 Diabetes mellitus 13 62 7 17.5 P < 0.01 Cancer

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