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Oregano and rosemary could cure Diabetes

Researchers work hard on finding health clues for the public and they’ve found a very important find this time around. Diabetes 2, also known as non-insulin diabetes, develops slowly over time with excess glucose in the bloodstream leading to symptoms of frequent urination and thirst, weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision, slow healing skin infections and dark areas on the skin.

The journal Nature Medicine Diabetes 2 patients body’s make insulin not like diabetes 1 patients, but the pancreas either doesn’t make enough insulin or the body isn’t making use of it well enough. Whatever the reason glucose isn’t getting into the cells like it should be. Diabetes drugs on the market are designed to reverse or produce insulin production.

High glucose levels can cause damage to the body Damage to the small blood vessels and nerves of the eyes, kidneys and heart can lead to atherosclerosis, heart attack, stroke or even a diabetic coma. A life threatening diabetic coma usually results from not replacing lost fluids as needed.

Omega-3 fatty acids reduces insulin resistance, Professor Andre Marette at the University Laval Faculty of Medicine at the Quebec Heart and Lung Institute Research Center, and the Institute of Nutritional and Functional Foods linked the effects to a lipid called protectin D1. The response is also triggered in physical exercise, it triggers the response to the muscles to take up the excess glucose and to slow down on the production.

How does oregano and rosemary fit into the picture The potherbs oregano and rosemary both contain the compounds, polyphenols and flavonoids that target the effected lipid protectin D1. Herbs you grow at home and not the greenhouse herbs have the better concentration.

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