Several recent studies investigating the effect of plant extracts on type 2 diabetes appear to show that berberine is effective in keeping blood sugar levels in check.
Berberine works by facilitating the breakdown of carbohydrates for energy. The research also seemed to indicate that berberine may reduce post-meal blood sugar spikes by more than 30 percent. Furthermore, it may be as effective as some blood sugar lowering drugs now on the market.
Berberine is the active compound of an Asian herb that’s been used in Chinese and Indian medicine for thousands of years. It’s a natural alkaloid found in goldenseal, barberry, goldthread, Oregon grape, and tree turmeric.
Due to its strong yellow color, it has also been frequently used to dye wool, leather, and wood.
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But remember, you should rely only on a doctor to diagnose any symptoms you may be experiencing.
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