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- Ray, Sidhartha, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Phytotherapy research 2015 v.29 no.7 pp. 986-995
- Salacia reticulata; adverse effects; aldehyde reductase; alpha-glucosidase; angiotensin II; animal models; blood glucose; blood lipids; clinical trials; diabetes; extracts; free radical scavengers; glucose; glycemic effect; humans; insulin; leaves; lipid metabolism; mice; proanthocyanidins; rats; roots; stems; triacylglycerol lipase; weight gain; weight loss; Asia
- ... Extracts of Salacia reticulata Wight (Hypocrataceae) roots, stems, and leaves have been used in Asia for hundreds of years for the folkloric treatment of diabetes and other health problems. Constituents that have been identified as exhibiting anti‐diabetic effects include salacinol, kotalanol, ponkorinol, salaprinol, and their corresponding de‐0‐sulfonated compounds. Mangiferin, kotalagenin 16‐ace ...
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- Ray, Sidhartha D., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Phytotherapy research 2008 v.22 no.4 pp. 458-471
- Citrus; DNA fragmentation; Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994; Ephedra; Ginkgo; Ocimum; adverse effects; blood; body weight changes; caffeine; chronic exposure; dietary supplements; energy; food consumption; foods; green tea; histopathology; humans; ingestion; lipid peroxidation; liver; mice; minerals; nutritional support; nutritive value; omega-3 fatty acids; oxidative stress; phytochemicals; toxicity; vitamins
- ... The nutritional value and therapeutic benefits coupled with presumed safety have heightened interest in the use of custom designed dietary supplements. Their use has increased substantially since the passage of the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health Education Act. However, few well-controlled studies have been conducted to assess the safety and potential adverse effects of dietary supplements. MNSO (M ...