“Diabetics Have Three Good Reasons To Try Papaya Leaf…”


“Diabetics have 3 good reasons to try papaya leaf extracts:

Enhances insulin sensitivity:
Poor insulin sensitivity is the cause for type-2 diabetes, which causes inefficient glucose uptake by the cells. Several animal studies and some human studies have shown that papaya leaf extracts were able to demonstrate glucose lowering effect. A study on Mauritian population showed that papaya leaf extract supplementation decreased the enzyme levels of ALT and AST (bio-markers of type 2 diabetes) among diabetic patients and improved insulin sensitivity.

Decreases diabetes complications:
The mix of antioxidants in papaya leaf extracts are helpful in decreasing the secondary complications of diabetes such as fatty liver, kidney damage and oxidative stress. A growing number of well-researched studies have demonstrated the same.

Accelerates wound healing:
The process of wound healing is delayed or hindered in a diabetic patient and can cause other complications. Many studies have confirmed that consuming papaya leaves enhanced the process of wound healing – due to its anti-bacterial and remarkable antioxidant action.”

Papaya leaves balance blood sugar and boost immunity

Fri. Oct. 18, 2013 by Michelle Marks, staff writer

– See more at: http://www.naturalhealth365.com/food_news/papaya_leaves.html#sthash.SbrhQVB4.dpuf

Somanah J et.al; Effects of a short term supplementation of a fermented papaya preparation on biomarkers of diabetes mellitus in a randomized Mauritian population. Preventive Medicine (2012)


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