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Figure 2 . From: Protective Effects of Nigella sativa on Metabolic Syndrome in Menopausal Women.

Supplementation of N. sativa for eight weeks was able to reduce fasting blood glucose significantly (p<0.05) by 9.271% at the end of treatment. In contrast, placebo groups showed an elevation in blood glucose, where it increased significantly by 3.796% (p<0.05) over the period of treatment (Figure 2).

Ramlah Mohamad Ibrahim, et al. Adv Pharm Bull. 2014;4(1):29-33.
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Figure 1 . From: Protective Effects of Nigella sativa on Metabolic Syndrome in Menopausal Women.

Over the period of treatment, the body weight of N. sativa group reduced slightly 0.32% compare to baseline (Figure 1). The body weight of placebo group had no changes. Supplementation with N. sativa for eight weeks tended to reduce the body weight of N. sativa groups as compared to control group, however no significant reduction was noticed, (p>0.05). To be noted, a month after treatment ends body weight of N. sativa group showed significant increase (p<0.05).

Ramlah Mohamad Ibrahim, et al. Adv Pharm Bull. 2014;4(1):29-33.

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