Fight diabetes with dark chocolate: Compounds in cocoa found tohelp cells release more insulin
|Fight diabetes with dark chocolate: Compounds in cocoa found tohelp cells release more insulin||Darrell Miller||04/02/19|
April 02, 2019 02:04 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Fight diabetes with dark chocolate: Compounds in cocoa found tohelp cells release more insulin
Millions of people are affected by Type II diabetes, a condition that leaves them unable to enjoy life the way they should. There is no cure for diabetes, but there are many different options sufferers have to battle the condition. Dark chocolate is one of the treatments that researchers say has a plethora of benefits, since the compounds inside release more insulin that the body needs to ward off the symptoms of the conditions! Eat up!
- A published study shows that hormones used to control blood sugar, epicatechin monomers, can help diabetes patients and make beta cells in the body stronger.
- Researchers at Virgina Tech first discovered that when rats where fed with a high-fat diet and given the compound from cocoa, their level of obesity reduced.
- According to the study authors, what the compounds do is to protect the cells by increasing their ability to deal with oxidative stress.
"These compounds, known as epicatechin monomers, can aid the body release more insulin and respond to increased blood glucose better."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-03-fight-diabetes-with-dark-chocolate.html