Investigating the anti-inflammatory properties of the Hiper Supplement
Project Member(s): McGrath, K.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Plasmaide Pty Limited as Trustee for the Plasmaide Unit Trust (Plasmaide Partner Funds)
Start year: 2014
Summary: Weight control, medical nutrition therapy, oral glucose-lowering drugs and injections of insulin are conventional therapies for type 2 diabetes. Alternative therapies with anti-diabetic activity are increasing in popularity, with increasing scientific research available to support their efficacy. We are proposing to use such an alternative therapy for the treatment of pre-diabetes or early type 2 diabetes. The proposed project will investigate the anti-inflammatory properties of the Hiper Supplement and it's potential to prevent/reduce inflammation in a mouse model of insulin resistance in a prediabetes state for type 2 diabetes.
McGrath, KCY, Li, X-H, McRobb, LS & Heather, AK 2015, 'Inhibitory Effect of a French Maritime Pine Bark Extract-Based Nutritional Supplement on TNF-alpha-Induced Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in Human Coronary Artery Endothelial Cells', EVIDENCE-BASED COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE.
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Keywords: Supplement, Inflammation, Insulin resistance
FOR Codes: Diabetes, Endocrinology