A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes
|A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes||Darrell Miller||12/19/18|
December 19, 2018 04:39 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes
Tocotrienols, a chemical grouping that belongs to the vitamin E family, has been shown by research to have efficacy in reducing blood sugar levels and inhibiting bone loss. The most recent research came in the form of two studies, both of which made use of a tropical fruit, known as the annato. A pre-diabetic state and osteoporosis was induced in rodent subjects for both of the studies. One of the studies, conducted in Malaysia, showed that the rodent subjects had better parameters for a number of metabolic syndrome indicators, such as fasting blood glucose and triglycerides. In the case of the Malaysian study, the rodents either received a dose of tocotrienols commensurate with normal human supplementation or a diet stripped of tocotrienols. A Texas-based research study compared the tocotrienols with Metformin, a commonly prescribed diabetic medicine. Results showed that the tocotrienols in higher doses was better than the medicine in instituting bone growth. A third study, also in Malaysia, used human subjects with type 2 diabetes. Markers for the human subjects were also improved for the subjects that consumed tocotrienols.
- There are so many people in the world today that are suffering from diabetic disorders.
- Understanding how to use vitamins to combat your disease is a great method to use.
- You should do everything in your power to reduce the risk of losing density in your bones as you get older.
"Studies have shown that tocotrienols may help inhibit bone loss and regulate blood sugar levels. The tocotrienols used in the studies were derived from the red-orange tropical fruit known as annatto."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-30-vitamin-e-lessens-bone-loss-risk-due-to-diabetes.html