Red Grapes Protects Against Diabetes.
Posted on: 28 August 2014 by Jessica Grace
Grapes are an excellent source of antioxidants and anticancer compounds, and also includes flavonoids quercetin.
Grapes are an excellent source of antioxidants and anticancer compounds, and also includes flavonoids quercetin. A new study has shown that another grape ingredient, resveratrol, protects against diabetes.
American researchers have injected resveratrol from grapes directly into the brains of laboratory rats (fed foods with high fat), and found that their insulin levels are lowered, reports Ordinacija.hr. This component could be used for the manipulation of various proteins in the brain and protect from the development of diabetes, they concluded.
"These animals were affected by obesity, and many of their organs were inflamed. However, when we injected resveratrol in the brain, he is there alleviate inflammation," explained Dr. Roberto Compare who led the research.
Previous studies have shown that resveratrol can act on the inflammation that leads to serious and chronic diseases. Grapes are an excellent source of antioxidants and anticancer compounds, and also includes flavonoids quercetin. It can prevent the clotting of blood cells, and thus the formation of blood clots and bad cholesterol. Red grapes are antibacterial and antiviral properties. It is also excellent in the fight against various forms of cancer.
The researchers note that consuming products made from red grapes or drinking lots of red wine can protect people from diabetes, "How could the brain accumulated the same amount of resveratrol established research, the amount of red wine would surely cause harmful effects, especially in the liver."
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