ADNCD
   
 
 
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Anti-diabetic mode of action: Insulin Sensitizers
Natural compounds improving Insulin Sensitivity
S.No. Compound Reference Physicochemical Properties and Toxicity Risks
1 ChamaemelosideAhmed et al., 2007 Properties and Risk Assessment
2 Chlorogenic AcidMcCarty, 2005 Properties and Risk Assessment
3 D-Chiro-InositolLarner et al., 2002 Park et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
4 Hypoglycin AFeng and Patrick, 1958 Properties and Risk Assessment
5 RutinPetersen and Shulman, 2006 Properties and Risk Assessment
6 SwertiamarinPatel et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
7 Flavan-3-olsCurtis et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
8 StrictininChauhan et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
9 IsostrictininChauhan et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
10 PedunculaginChauhan et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
11 Amorfrutin BWeidner et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
12 Ginsenoside Rh2Lee et al., 2007 Properties and Risk Assessment
13 EstrogenMagdalena et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
14 MyricetinLiu et al., 2007 Properties and Risk Assessment
15 KaempferolZang et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
16 Oleanolic acidCastellano et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
17 Chicoric acidTousch et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment