New info On ur Diet

As the number of diabetics increases around the world, we continue to look for natural plant based nutrients to help with this condition. One of the answers may be GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE.

A patented extract of the Gymnema sylvestre plant has been found to stimulate insulin secretion in lab tests, opening the way for further research into its diabetes benefits.

A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry examined the effect of the plant extract on mouse and human cells in vitro.

Gymnema sylvestre, grown primarily in the Indian sub-continent, has been used India for centuries as a traditional folk remedy to help maintain optimal health.

Persaud and colleagues from Kings’ College London tested the isolate in vitro on both mouse and human beta cells, which are the pancreatic cells that secrete insulin.

If you can find supplements with the Gymnema Sylvestre extract in them, they may help support blood sugar levels.

wishing you all the best of Health!

Source: Characterisation of the Insulinotropic Activity of an Aqueous Extract of Gymnema Sylvestre in Mouse β-Cells and Human Islets of Langerhans
Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry 2009;23:125-132
Authors: Bo Liu, Henry Asare-Anane, Altaf Al-Romaiyan, GuoCai Huang, Stephanie A Amiel, Peter M Jones, Shanta J Persaud


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