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Raspberry juice lowers blood sugar and cholesterol within 30 minutes


A report published on the Medical Express website revealed a drink that has the ability to reduce blood sugar levels and reduce cholesterol within 30 minutes, especially in light of the increase in diabetes cases in the United Kingdom during the past year.


The researchers pointed out that berry juice has an amazing ability to reduce high levels of sugar, and cholesterol as well, given that it contains a high percentage of antioxidants, including vitamin A, E, and vitamin C, which have been shown to lower triglycerides and prevent damage to the roots. Free bound low-density lipoprotein cholesterol.


The report explained that diabetes is a condition characterized by low blood sugar levels that the body cannot handle efficiently, but its most prominent signs are a lack of insulin or an inability to respond to insulin, the hormone that allows cells to take in sugar, however, berries may help regulate the production of sugar. Insulin and lowering blood sugar levels.

 

The researchers confirmed that berries contain compounds that contribute to reducing the oxidation of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, which causes the dangerous accumulation of cholesterol on the walls of the arteries, thus reducing the risk of heart disease.

 

The researchers found that berries are the only fruit that distinguishes the lives of diabetics, especially after the study recruited a number of participants between the ages of 20 and 60 years, who suffer from diabetes and insulin resistance, where different breakfasts were allocated to the participants randomly, each consisting of From a different amount of berries, the participants' blood was then drawn half an hour after eating, and then every hour for another eight hours.

 

The results revealed that people with prediabetes and insulin resistance who ate higher amounts of berries had lower blood glucose half an hour after the meal.

 

The researchers also noted that the more berries were consumed, the less insulin the participants needed to control blood sugar.

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