Resveratrol can lower blood sugar levels in diabetic patients, according to a new study. Resveratrol is a natural compound found in more than 70 plant species, including nuts, grapes, pines, and certain grapes, as well as red wine. It is thought to play a role in preventing heart disease.
Diabetes is the most common form of chronic disease, but it is also one of the most preventable, but people often do not pay attention to it. The biggest problem with diabetes is arteriosclerosis. In addition to greatly increase the risk of myocardial infarction and stroke, if it affects the microvessels of the kidney, it will further cause kidney exhaustion. Therefore, how to control blood sugar is vital to life (in the United States, every year 70,000 people died from complications of diabetes).
In one study, resveratrol was given to people who were overweight to improve their blood glucose levels (down 4.2%) and insulin concentrations (down 13.7%).
A recent comprehensive analysis also found (including 11 studies with a total of 388 people). For diabetic patients, resveratrol can improve fasting blood glucose, insulin, and glycosylated hemoglobin. The study also mentioned that the improvement of these blood glucose markers was not found in non-diabetic patients.
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