Dietary Polyphenols, Mediterranean Diet, Prediabetes, and Type 2 Diabetes: A Narrative Review of the Evidence.

Existing Reviews

Please note, new claims can take a short while to show up.

No claims yet.

Annotation Summary

Term Occurence Count Dictionary
Insulin 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs
glucose intolerance 1 endocrinologydiseases
metabolic syndrome 1 endocrinologydiseases
obesity 4 endocrinologydiseases

Graph of close proximity drug and disease terms (within 200 characters).

Note: If this graph is empty, then there are no terms that meet the proximity constraint.


Having read the paper, please pick a pair of statements from the paper to indicate that a drug and disease are related.

Select Drug Character Offset Drug Term Instance
Insulin 5531 metabolic biomarkers to understand the relationship between polyphenols and T2D.2. Dietary Polyphenols, Insulin Sensitivity, and ResistanceAbundant evidence generated in human studies collectively suggests that the
Select Disease Character Offset Disease Term Instance
glucose intolerance 12895 other cardiometabolic intermediate outcomes. In a small crossover trial among 9 obese subjects with glucose intolerance , flaxseed intake (40 g/day) compared to 40 g wheat bran for 12 weeks significantly improved insulin
metabolic syndrome 38749 Examination Survey (NHANES), urinary excretion of enterolignans was inversely associated with CRP levels and metabolic syndrome components [[87]–[89]].7. MetagenomicsAnother layer of complexity in human nutritional studies comes
obesity 2614 resistance and T2D risk.1. IntroductionIn the past few decades, type 2 diabetes (T2D), in parallel with the obesity epidemic, has become a public health challenge for many countries [[1]]. Increasing evidence has demonstrated
obesity 2855 of several unhealthy lifestyle factors, including a sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy diets, overweight/ obesity , smoking, and excessive alcohol intake, were responsible for 90% of T2D cases [[2]]. For this reason,
obesity 3253 emerged on the beneficial effects of plant-based diets for the prevention of chronic diseases including obesity , diabetes, and cardiovascular disease [[3], [4]]. Such diets are based on foods derived from plants,
obesity 41506 emerged on the beneficial effects of plant-based diets for the prevention of chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes [[4]]. Polyphenols are highly prevalent in plant-based diets, such as the MedDiet, and

You must be authorized to submit a review.