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Figure 1: Oral glucose tolerance test in rats of different experimental groups at the end of 30 days experimental period. (a) The shape of plasma glucose concentration curve at different time points following oral glucose tolerance test. (d) Glycemic load (area under the curve, AUC) following oral glucose tolerance test. **P< 0.01 normal versus sucrose, *P< 0.05 sucrose versus Dosakaya + sucrose. (b) Glycemic spikes during the first hour (ΔG60–0 min) following oral glucose tolerance test. *P< 0.05 normal versus sucrose, **P< 0.05 sucrose versus Dosakaya + sucrose. (c) Glycemic spikes between 60 and 120 min (ΔG60–120 min) following oral glucose tolerance test. Values represent mean ± standard error of mean, n = 5−

Figure 1: Oral glucose tolerance test in rats of different experimental groups at the end of 30 days experimental period. (a) The shape of plasma glucose concentration curve at different time points following oral glucose tolerance test. (d) Glycemic load (area under the curve, AUC) following oral glucose tolerance test. <sup>**</sup><i>P</i>< 0.01 normal versus sucrose, <sup>*</sup><i>P</i>< 0.05 sucrose versus Dosakaya + sucrose. (b) Glycemic spikes during the first hour (ΔG<sub>60–0 min</sub>) following oral glucose tolerance test. <sup>*</sup><i>P</i>< 0.05 normal versus sucrose, <sup>**</sup><i>P</i>< 0.05 sucrose versus Dosakaya + sucrose. (c) Glycemic spikes between 60 and 120 min (ΔG<sub>60–120 min</sub>) following oral glucose tolerance test. Values represent mean ± standard error of mean, <i>n</i> = 5−