Investigate Beneficial Effect of Herbal Tea in Jordanian Adults

2019-09-23 04:51:42 | BioPortfolio


investigate beneficial effect of an herbal tea prepared from carob pulp and pods (Ceratonia siliqua), anise seed (Pimpinella Anisum L), wild thyme, green tea and eucalyptus leaves with Manuka honey (natural sweetener) on lipid profile and insulin resistance, CRP (C-reactive protein), CBC (complete blood count), liver function test, kidney function tests, inflammation and anthropometric indices in adults living in Amman Jordan


This study will be carried out to examine the effect of herbal tea in recruited subjects in an intervention single-group pretest-posttest study for a period of 7 weeks. Subjects will consume twice a day for a period of 7 weeks an herbal tea of (carob, anise, wild thyme, and eucalyptus leaves) before eating. The total sample (n=30) adults aged (19-57 years) , body mass index BMI range (19-35 kg/m2)

Study Design


Diet, Healthy


herbal tea intervention


Ruba Musharbash


Enrolling by invitation


Ruba Musharbash Nutrition Consultancy Center

Results (where available)

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