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α-Glucosidase inhibitors slow the production of glucose from dietary carbohydrates, thereby reducing the post-prandial rise in blood glucose and facilitating better blood glucose control in dia- betics. These drugs have no effect on lactose digestion because the disaccharide lactose con- tains a β-glycosidic bond, not an α
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