FBS and HbA1c were measured at the beginning of the study, at week 12 and 24.
What the study showed
Significant decrease in fasting blood sugar and HbA1c were observed in the groups.
In each garlic treated group, significant reduction in FBS and HbA1c were observed when compared with placebo.
What’s more, “highly significant” reductions in FBS and improvement in HbA1C were observed at higher doses of garlic and with increase in the duration of study, the researchers wrote.