Resveratrol Improves Mean Hemoglobin in Type-2 Diabetes

August 14, 2012

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Resveratrol Improves Mean Hemoglobin in Type-2 Diabetes

NEW YORKSupplementation of resveratrol for three months significantly improved the mean hemoglobin in type-2 diabetes mellitus, according to a recent clinical trial published in Nutrition Research (j.nutres.2012.06.003).  Resveratrol also lowered blood pressure and improved blood cholesterol levels.

Biotivias 250 mg. Bioforte was used in an open-label, randomized, controlled trial study conducted by Jayesh Kumar Bhatt, et al, at the JSS College of Pharmacy, India, and the School of Pharmacy, University of Nizwa, Oman.

Sixty-two type-2 diabetes patients were enrolled from Government Headquarters Hospital in Ootacamund, India. The patients were randomized into both intervention and control groups.  The intervention group received of Biotivia Bioforte resveratrol (250 mg per day) along with their oral hypoglycemic agents for a period of three months, whereas the control group received only oral hypoglycemic agents.

The study showed, Oral supplementation of resveratrol is thus found to be effective in improving glycemic control and may possibly provide a potential adjuvant for the treatment and management of diabetes."

In an earlier peer-reviewed, published human clinical trial at Albert Einstein Medical College, in New York, Biotivias Transmax supplement was shown to improve glucose tolerance in pre-diabetic patients.  According to James Betz, Ph.D., cell biologist and founder, Taken together the results of these two human trials present a compelling case for the consideration of Bioforte supplementation both as a preventative regimen, and as a co treatment administered alongside the standard glucose control pharmaceuticals."

Biotivia developed Bioforte as a bio-enhanced pharmaceutical grade supplement six years ago, and since that time, it has been used in several human and in vitro investigations of the health benefits of resveratrol.  The company harvests its own organic raw materials and extracts the resveratrol in its own facility, using a patented low-temperature vacuum system. Bioforte Resveratrol supplement contains no synthetic or genetically modified resveratrol and no fillers, additives or expanders.    

Another recent diabetes study published in July showed supplementation of curcumin extract helps to prevent the disease.

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