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An insight of naturally occurring phytoconstituents and novel approaches towards the treatment of diabetes.

BACKGROUND: The rising in diabetes incidents has clearly become one main worldwide health problem. Individuals suffering from diabetes are still more susceptible to many long-term and short-term side effects, which most often cause fatalities. Even though chemically synthesized anti-diabetic entities are capable of helping manage and treat, there has been significant risks related with their prolong and repetitive use. Hence, there is a requirement for safer and novel approaches that might be formed and utilized.

OBJECTIVE: Aim of the present review is to explain the naturally occurring phytochemicals and novel approach as anti-diabetic agents in the treatment of diabetes and its related issues.

METHOD: A survey of Google scholar, Research Gate, Pubmed, Science Direct, NCBI database was carried out conducted to determine a most hopeful phytochemicals and novel drug delivery systems in the management of diabetes.

RESULT: The study stressed the significance of phytomolecules and some novel approaches researched or reported in the literature for the management and cure of diabetes. It is suggested that changes in lifestyle can help patients and like nutritional support, assessment and lifestyle guidance must be individualized based on physical and functional capacity. Further evaluations and improved preventative medicine were the result of improving patient outcomes.

CONCLUSION: Conventional or synthetic drugs provide relief for short time but nanoformulations of phytomolecules offer an improved therapeutic with fewer negative side effects. Herbal medicines are rich in phytoconstituents and possess variety of health benefits. This review is compilation of phytoconstituents and novel drug delivery system of phytomolecules i.e nanoparticles, niosomes, microsphere, microparticle and others.

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