Is a cure for diabetes type 1 just someplace in your kitchen? Piling up the information from the medical analysis scientists say that the success of the research takes away exactly in this direction.
This so-called “incurable disease” that distresses millions of people is called diabetes type 1. It’s dissimilar to type 2 diabetes where the body becomes resistant to its own insulin. Type 1 is characterized by the inability of the organism to produce enough insulin by the beta cells within the pancreas. These cells have been knocked down or their micro-metabolism, or cell metabolism, is severely impaired. This dysfunction may be due to a bacterial or viral infection, some harmful food intake, or because the chemical exposure of the organism (or a combination of one or more factors). The latest research published by many of the world’s researchers show that many plant compounds from the foods that we consume every day, can stimulate the regeneration of beta cells of the pancreas and, as a result, the infected person can be completely cured of the so-called “incurable disease”. The latest discoveries about the regenerative potential of beta cells associated with highly available ingredients and their compounds, very upset pharmacological industry of medicines for diabetes and millions of investment of public and private money invested in the development of new drugs. Drugs such as vaccines have taken great income from private companies and of the state itself, in this case the United States which invest in finding a patented synthetic drug that would cope with the disease, which is expensive and cannot be produced by anyone else than the patent holder. This is not the case with biological compounds that can not be registered patent, they are cheap and they are all close at hand.
Let’s take a look at the new clinical study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. The active part of flax seed has demonstrated a broad spectrum of action on type 1 diabetes which includes the following:
-An improved utilization of glucose in the liver
-Normalized gluconeogenesis in muscle tissue of the liver
-Reduced inhibitory activity of the pancreas and intestine glucosidase.
Even more outstanding was the notice that some flax compounds normalize insulin levels in plasma and levels of C-peptide (C-peptide is a direct indicator of how much insulin is produced in the body), which was an excellent indication that the function of beta cells was effectively restored. Also note that this is not the first publication that flax improves blood sugar. We also have a lot of other studies which have proved that fact. In addition, it was found a wide range of natural substances which are experimentally confirmed to stimulate the regeneration of beta cells, and they are listed in the text below:
-Arginine: 2007. In a medical study it was discovered that the amino acid L-arginine is able to stimulate the beta cells of the genesis.
-Avocado: Avocado seed extract reduces blood sugar. Researchers have noted and its protective effect on the pancreas.
-Barber: Scientists have noticed that the compounds of these plants cause regeneration of beta cells in diabetic patients. This plant was used 1,400 years ago in China for the treatment of diabetes.
-Chard: Chard extract stimulates recovery of damaged beta cells.
-Corn silk: Silk from corn reduces blood sugar and stimulates the regeneration of beta cells.
-Curcumin from turmeric: In 2010. was conducted a study that showed that curcumin stimulates regeneration of beta cells in type 1 diabetes. This study has shown that it keeps other cells healthy.
-Genistein (from soy and red clover): In 2010. scientific study has shown that genistein induce pancreatic beta cells and prevents the reduction of insulin through activation of multiple signaling pathways.
-Honey: Studies have shown that long-term consumption of honey has beneficial effects on the metabolic disorder in type 1 diabetes and involves the regeneration of beta cells, which indicates an increase in C-peptide levels.
-Nigella sativa (black seed): It was found that the black seed regenerates the beta cells. It was also proved that the consumption of one gram of black seeds daily for 12 weeks has a wide range of beneficial effects in diabetic patients including an increase in beta cell function.
-Stevia: Stevia has been proven to have anti-diabetic properties, including the revival of damaged beta cells and the effect is compared with the impact of synthetic drug glibenclamide but without the side effects.