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  • adj. Having the normal amount of glucose in the blood


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  • Walker K., Piers LS, Putt RS, Jones JA, O'Dea, K. Effects of regular walking on cardiovascular risk factors and body composition in normoglycemic women and women with type 2 diabetes.

  • Peshavaria M, Larmie BL, Lausier J, Satish B, Habibovic A, et al. (2006) Regulation of pancreatic beta-cell regeneration in the normoglycemic 60% partial-pancreatectomy mouse.

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  • In addition to ethnicity, clinical features predictive of future near-normoglycemic remission are obesity and a family history of type 2 diabetes.

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  • Islets were isolated from prediabetic, normoglycemic

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  • In the early stages, as insulin resistance increases (that is insulin sensitivity falls), there is a compensatory increase in insulin secretion and the individual remains normoglycemic.

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  • Between Protein Power and Diabetes Solution, I’ve managed to push my BGs into normoglycemic range in two years time.

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  • Thirty rats (90-day-old) were distributed into the following groups: N: normoglycemic NE1 and NE2: normoglycemic supplemented with vitamin E (0. 1%) and (2%), respectively; D: diabetics; DE1 and DE2: diabetics supplemented with vitamin E (0. 1%) and (2%), respectively.

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  • Healthy obese normoglycemic (fasting serum glucose: FSG

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  • +CD25+ cells from eight week-old normoglycemic wild-type (FBV strain) and hyperglycemic OVE26 transgenic mice were analyzed for Foxp3 expression, and were found to express comparable Foxp3 levels (

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