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Effect of aloe vera juice on type 2 diabetes mellitus among Indian patients



Durairaj Prakash*, John Margaret, N. Siva Subramanian, Chaudhari Mishva Maheshbhai, Chaudhari Keyaben Babubhai, Chaudhari Sanjanaben Kiranbhai, Seemaben Kanubhai Chaudhary, Chaudhary Urvashiben Popatbhai & Hardik Lokesh Kumar Lodha



Nootan College of Nursing, Sankalchand Patel University, Visnagar, Gujarat-384315, India; *Corresponding author



Prakash Durairaj E-mail: pd.fn@spu.ac.in

Margaret John - E-mail: mj.fn@spu.ac.in

N. Siva Subramanian E-mail: sn.fn@spu.ac.in

Chaudhari Mishva Maheshbhai - E-mail: mishvachaudhari30@gmail.com

Chaudhari Keyaben Babubhai - E-mail: keyachaudharikeyachaudhari197@gmail.com

Chaudhari Sanjanaben Kiranbhai - E-mail: chaudharysanjana281@gmail.com

Seemaben Kanubhai Chaudhary - E-mail: simalichaudhari1111@gmail.com

Chaudhary Urvashiben Popatbhai - E-mail: chaudharyurvashi47@gmail.com

Hardik Lokesh Kumar Lodha - E-mail: lodhahardik12@gmail.com 


Article Type

Research Article


Received October 1, 2023; Revised October 31, 2023; Accepted October 31, 2023, Published October 31, 2023



It is of interest to assess the effect of Aloe vera juice on type 2 diabetes mellitus. Non-probability convenience sampling techniques was used to obtain sample of fifty type 2 diabetic patients who satisfied the inclusion criteria. Blood sugar level was assessed by using glucometer before and after consumption of Aloe vera juice. The average post-test score in the experimental group 177.43 (Standard deviation 17.64) was significantly lower than the average post-test score in control group 128.76 (Standard deviation 27.50). Unpaired t value 7.2926. It shows there is a significant difference found in the post-test scores on the level of blood glucose. Chi square analysis showed that there was no correlation between patients with demographic variables except age, occupation, smoking habit, habit of alcoholism and family history.



Aloe vera juice, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, blood glucose, patients



Prakash et al. Bioinformation 19(10): 1015-1019 (2023)


Edited by

P Kangueane






Biomedical Informatics



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