Last Updated on September 27, 2022 by kumar Dayanand
New research suggests that broccoli is an
effective drug for type 2 diabetes.
This research has been done under the auspices of the University of Gothenburg and the Faculty of Medicine of Lund University. This research has shown that an antioxidant is found in broccoli that is found to be sulfurfen. Estrogen maintains hormones brokily.
In modern times people are struggling with many diseases. Among them, diabetes is the main one. India has the largest number of diabetic patients. For this, India is called the capital of diabetes. According to experts, diabetic patients should consume sugarless vegetables in the diet. Minerals and vitamins are found in vegetables which are helpful in reducing the effects of diseases.especially when you are suffering from some disease, the importance of fruits and vegetables in the diet increases a lot. If you are suffering from diabetes and want to control blood sugar, make sure to include broccoli in your diet. Blood sugar remains under control due to its consumption.
A research published in the journal Science Translational Medicine has revealed that broccoli powder (extract) is capable of controlling blood sugar. This research was done in several stages. In the first phase, research was done on mice. This showed that sulfurfen is helpful in reducing the sugars and glycated hemoglobin excreted in liver cells. At the same time, in the second phase, 97 patients suffering from diabetes were advised to take broccoli powder for 12 weeks. It was found that sulforaphane helps speed up blood sugar levels.
Benefits of broccoli
Many nutrients are found in broccoli. Estrogen maintains hormones brokily. It is also found in calcium which helps to overcome the problem of premenstrual syndrome in women. Along with this, it also removes the problem of stress, irritability, frequent eating and fatigue.
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