Glucose intolerance is a condition of the cluster of metabolic conditions associated with a higher than normal blood glucose levels.
Glucose tolerance is a test that examines how fast glucose is cleared from the blood.
Glucose intolerance has been found to induce the risk of insulin resistance and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
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With an aim to find a phytochemical for the improvement of glucose tolerance, researchers examined the effects of dry tomato peel (DTP) on diabetes induced by a high-saturated-fat (HSF) diet in vivo.
Also, in high-fat diet (HF)-induced obese mice treated by tomato vinegar beverage (TVB), researchers found that TVB not only showed a significant anti-obesity activity by decreasing fatty acid β-oxidation and carnitine palmitoyltransferase activities in HF-fed mice but also improved glucose tolerance, hyperinsulinemia compared to control.
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(1) Effect of dry tomato peel supplementation on glucose tolerance, insulin resistance, and hepatic markers in mice fed high-saturated-fat/high-cholesterol diets by Zidani S1, Benakmoum A2, Ammouche A3, Benali Y4, Bouhadef A4, Abbeddou S. (PubMed)
(2) Anti-obesity and anti-insulin resistance effects of tomato vinegar beverage in diet-induced obese mice by Seo KI1, Lee J, Choi RY, Lee HI, Lee JH, Jeong YK, Kim MJ, Lee MK. (PubMed)
(3) Lifestyle Approaches and Glucose Intolerance by April J. Stull, PhD, RD. (PubMed)