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Oriental and Western Food Effects Analysis of Misutgaru for Fusion Remedy in Diabetes Mellitus
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 Title & Authors
Oriental and Western Food Effects Analysis of Misutgaru for Fusion Remedy in Diabetes Mellitus
Park, Sung-Hye; Cha, Kyoung-Ok;
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 Abstract
This study was understanding the application of Misutgaru in Diabetes mellitus. To address these concerns, this study was performed to provide basic ideas to further the understanding oriental medicinal cuisine and its application. Also this study designed to provide basic information applicable to promotion of health and medical cure for modern people through the Korean traditional dietary treatment. Basic data on the nutritional composition and oriental diet therapy area approach of Misutgaru was acquired to predict the usefulness of Misutgaru as tonify the liver and kidney. Thus nourish the blood through tonify the liver & kidney. Misutgaru energy was 309.76Kcal per 100g, crude protein was 39.27 g, crude fat was 4.40g, crude ash was 5.21g and carbohydrate was 28.27g per 100g. This study realize the value of functional effects on various foods with oriental theory. I want that many researchers concerning our traditional theory for dietary food effects.
 Keywords
Alimentotherapy;Qi-flavor theory;Misutgaru;Oriental medicinal diet therapy;Diabetes mellitus;
 Language
Korean
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