International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition

International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition


International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition
International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition
Vol. 5, Issue 1 (2020)

Comparative study on the nutritional status of diabetic patient and non- diabetic people, age group of (40-55 years)


Chandra Shekhar Mourya, Salunke Shivam Govindrao

According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), in 2030 the global prevalence of diabetes was approximately 439 million people and 7.7% of the word population. Hence, the present study aimed to investigate the effect of garlic on lipid parameters and serum glucose levels in diabetic patients in order to achieve a comprehensive result through a systematic review and meta-analysis. According to the analysis results of global data, the prevalence of diabetes melllitus in adults was about 153 million in 1980 and 347 million in 2008. It is estimated to increase to 439 million in 2030, with a 69% increase in developing countries and 20% in developed countries. Among those cases, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) typically occurred in overweight young adults as well as aged populations, with the underlying mechanism a relative deficiency of insulin due to abnormal insulin sensitivity and insulin resistance involving various transport pathways and key molecules. As a common chronic disease, T2DM easily induces age-matched disabilities and multiple organ dysfunctions or failure. Meanwhile, the problem of T2DM-induced depression is also proposed and focused on in recent years. It was reported that one in four patients suffered clinically significant depression, and that the depression could even adversely affect the course and increase the risk of T2DM-related complications. In most standard guidelines for T2DM medical care, comprehensive treatment including diet Control, exercise, drug intake, insulin injection, and sometimes bariatric surgery were recommended, with confirmed efficacy. However, taking hypoglycemic drugs would be still a major and popular choice due to its flexibility and low cost for a long time, especially in developing countries where more and more newly diagnosed T2DM may emerge. The Aims and objectives of this study is To study Height, Weight, B.M.I, Blood pressure of diabetic patient and normal people following anthropometric technique and To analysis the dietary consumption of diabetic patient and normal people.
Pages : 64-69