Sensational discovery for those suffering from insulin resistance, the next drugs will soon be available

Sensational discovery for those suffering from insulin resistance, the next drugs will soon be available
Sensational discovery for those suffering from insulin resistance, the next drugs will soon be available

An important discovery was made by Enea researchers, as part of the Med-Matrix-3 initiative, for those suffering from insulin resistance.

Medicine, as we know, studies and seeks new formulations to treat the most varied health problems. Recent research, conducted by a team of researchers in collaboration with a nutraceutical company, gives us excellent hopes that new drugs will soon be available.

New therapies are coming for those suffering from insulin resistance – InformazioneOggi.it

Nutraceuticals is nothing more than the discipline that studies the components and/or active ingredients of certain foods known to have positive health effectsin order to create treatments for the prevention and cure of certain diseases.

Nature helps science, and this is how people with insulin resistance will be treated

The team of researchers from the Enea laboratory, in collaboration with the nutraceutical company Erresse, have carried out interesting studies.

Experts have treated some in the laboratory liver cells with certain citrus molecules and red vinenoting extraordinary effects.

As reported by Barbara Benassi, head of the Enea laboratory, “the different plant matrices appear to favor the intracellular uptake of glucose, resulting in a significant increase in glycogen content and an improvement in insulin resistance“.

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To put it in simpler language, researchers have discovered that anthocyanins and flavanonessubstances contained in abundance in citrus fruits and red vines, they have a hypoglycemic effect and therefore very useful for the treatment of subjects who pathologically suffer from insulin resistance.

The experts also explained that this happens most of the time in subjects who suffer from a “malfunction of the IRS-1 insulin receptor”. The idea, as stated by the laboratory manager, is to create nutraceutical formulations that trigger the same positive effects found during trials.

Soon, therefore, they will be developed flavonoid-based drugs obtained from lemon, orange and red vine extractswhich will be particularly indicated for those patients who show adverse reactions to conventional drugs, or who do not respond to currently existing treatments.

Nature, once again, teaches us that past and future can coexist and that the most modern technology can also exploit the powerful resources present on our Planet, all in favor of health.

 
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