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jundishapur Sci Med J: 15(6); 2017; Jan-Feb: Current Issue
Article title: The Effect of Aerobic Training and Urtica Dioica on Lipid Profile and Fasting Blood Glucose in Middle Age Female with Type II Diabetes

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Abstract
Background and Objectives: Exercise and supplementation with urtica dioica powder are usable methods for control hyperglycemia and dyslipidemia in diabetic patients. The aim of this study was to compare eight weeks of aerobic training and urtica dioica supplementation alone and combination on glycemic control and lipid profile in women with type II diabetes. Subjects and Methods: In this semi-experimental study, 40 females (40-60 years old) with type II diabetes, were randomly divided into four equal groups (aerobic training, urtica dioica supplementation, combination of aerobic training and urtica dioica supplementation and non-treated control (n=10). Twenty four hr before and 48 hr after the intervention period, fasting blood sugar and high density lipoprotein (HDL-C) were measured. For statistical analysis paired t-test and two way ANOVA (P ≤ 0.05). Results: In the post-test significant difference in fasting blood sugar level and HDL-C were observed between groups (P<0.05). Post hoc test showed there were significant decrease in fasting blood glucose and significant increase in HLD-C in the combination and aerobic training groups compared to the control group (P<0.05). In addition there were significant decrease in fasting blood glucose and significant increase in HLD-C in the urtica dioica group compared to the combination group (P<0.05). Conclusions: According to these findings aerobic training and supplementation with urtica dioica powder are effective complementatry intervention methods for controlling blood glucose and lipid profile in type II diabetic patients. ►Please cite this paper as: Dadvar N, Ghalavand A, Zakerkish M, Hojat Sh, Alijani E, Mahmood khani kooshkaki R. Compare the Effect of Aerobic Training and Urtica Dioica on Lipid Profile and Fasting Blood Glucose in Middle Age Female with Type II Diabetes. Jundishapur Sci Med J 2016;15(6):647-661.

Keywords:
Type II Diabetes; Aerobic Training; Urtica Dioica; Fasting Blood Sugar Lipid Profile

Article Authors:
Neda DadvarOther Authorneda.dadvaryahoo.com
Akbar GhalavandOther Authorprojeh.ojatgmail.com
Mehrnoosh ZakerkishOther Authoreidyalijaniyahoo.com
Shahla HojatOther Author
Eydi AlijaniOther Author
Reza Mahmoudkhani KooshkakiOther Author

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