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Insulin resistance is a serious challenge in diabetes treatment. Around the world, several plants are used in the treatment of
diabetes and experimental studies clearly demonstrated that insulin resistance can be reduced by some antidiabetic plants.
Our bibliographic survey shows that more than 300 papers are related to the effect of plants on insulin resistance. We choose the
three more potent plants (
Momordica charantia, Camellia sinensis and Cinnamon cassia
) reported to reduce insulin resistance in
experimental studies. This review tries to answer the question: can plants treat insulin resistance? We demonstrated via the three
examples that plants effectively reduced insulin resistance in animal models. However, clinical investigation remains needed to
clearly affirm the effect of these plants on insulin resistance.
Mohamed Eddouks is Professor at Moulay Ismail University, Morocco. After his post-doctoral fellowship at Department of Physiology, Faculty of
Medicine of Montreal, Canada, he is working for the last 12 years on medicinal plants. His contribution to this field includes 3 international books and
more than 70 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters of international repute. His is serving as editorial member of some prestigious journals. He
has been the Dean of Polydisciplinary Faculty of Errachidia from 2008 to 2012.
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