Case Study: Effect of Soybean Infusion on Blood Glucose Levels on Wistar-strain Rats Loaded with Glucose

F. Pijar Beyna, Isworo Slamet
2021 Asian Journal of Biology  
and Objective: The increase in diabetes in Indonesia is largely due to poor food patterns and ingredients. Soybeans as a traditional Indonesian food contain good food ingredients and are believed by the public to prevent damage to pancreatic cells and to maintain the balance of the insulin hormone so as to reduce glucose levels in the blood. This study aims to determine the effect of soy infusion on blood glucose levels (Study on Wistar-strain rats loaded with glucose). Methods: This study is a
more » ... ds: This study is a True Experiment with using a pretest and posttest design with control group design. The research subjects used in this study were 3 months old male Wistar rats with glucose load intervention 1.35 mg with a concentration of 25%, 50%, 100% for 30 minutes, 60 minutes and 120 minutes. Results: showed that there were significant differences between groups, p value <0.05. The effectiveness of reducing glucose levels in test animals based on the regression test showed that the best treatment with intervention dose glucose load was 50%, with trend / time of observation y = -1.3251 + 150.3. Conclusion: This study concluded that the effect of soybean infusion had an effect on decreasing blood glucose levels of the tested animals.
doi:10.9734/ajob/2021/v11i330141 fatcat:4mxqsnbk65fynjbpxl5uj2acaa