Resveratrol Is Good For Diabetic People

Posted by: | March 14, 2017 | Comments

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Jason Dyck, professor of pediatrics at the University of Alberta has found out that resveratrol is good for diabetic people. It can be part of treating diabetes.

In a previous study, it was found out that resveratrol is effective in lowering blood sugar levels. However, it baffled the scientists how there is little resveratrol in the bloodstream of those patients given. So they made another study, which was published in the journal “Diabetes”, about the impact of resveratrol to the community of bacteria, or microbiome, in the gut of obese mice. After the examination of the researchers at the U of A, the team found out that giving resveratrol to the obese mice in six weeks has changed the makeup of the bacteria in their intestines. It has also better the mice glucose tolerance, reported Science Daily.

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