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Valya Digest Vol 2 16


Triphala exerts hypoglycemic effects. Patients with type 2 diabetes are likely to have high postprandial blood glucose levels, especially after consuming carbohydrates. Elevated blood glucose results from the breakdown of carbohydrates by the digestive enzymes, alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase, and the reduced ability of cells to take in glucose from the blood. Past studies report that Triphala may exert actions similar to diabetic pharmaceutical drugs by inhibiting digestive enzymes and may decrease absorption of glucose through inhibition of glycolytic enzymes, thereby reducing blood glucose levels. One study demonstrated the inhibitory potential of Triphala on pancreatic glycolytic enzymes, namely alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase, which break down larger polysaccharides into glucose molecules that enter the blood stream.20




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