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Background: The current estimation of 451 million people diagnosed with diabetes is expected to increase to 693 million by 2045. Plant extracts have been shown to improve glycaemic control in humans. However, evidence is lacking regarding the hypoglycaemic effects of New Zealand pine bark obtained from Pinus radiata trees.
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