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Pre Diabetes and Obesity - New Study Supports Red Wine and Supplements

Pre diabetes and obesity are associated with type 2 diabetes. In fact, diabetes will soon be classified as a health condition and not just a precursor to health problems that are type 2 diabetes.

A recent study from Austria showed that some red wines contain rosiglitazone, a natural compound marketed by drug firm Smith-Cline. In fact, rosiglitazone levels are higher in wine than the recommended therapeutic dose found in pills used to treat type 2 diabetes.

These beneficial effects are seen only in red wine. In addition, the high level of this protective compound is not seen in all red wines. In the background, the researchers note that these wines have shown the ability to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. The reactions and molecular pathways involved in this protection are not fully understood at this time.

Obesity and pre-diabetes have problems with cell inflammation. This wine contains a large number of ligands. Ligands help the body reduce inflammation, thin the blood and prevent obesity and help the transport and metabolism of cholesterol. Ligands are "sticky" molecules. Ligands attach to circulating cholesterol that help cholesterol travel to the liver where it is metabolized.

Red wine should not be considered an alternative to standard therapy when treating diabetes, obesity and type 2 diabetes. The same thing can be said for prevention of this condition. No one knows what effect alcohol will have on the presence of these polyphenol ligands and antioxidants. In their research, the researchers found that all red wines contained some of these protective compounds.

As for rosiglitazon, there are several legal issues as well as legal action on its use. This puts the cloud above the use of rosiglitazone in a large patient population.

The study seems to make the case for some of the wines and "something" difficult to understand that seems to extend life. The beneficial effects of wine have been cited as a major contributor to French Impact. The French effect is a longevity association with a high fat diet. This association is confusing because it goes against conventional thinking. It appears that with the research and research findings as we have discussed, we are closer to understanding the beneficial effects of red wine. It is fair to say that some wines have been found to contain compounds that have a positive impact on certain health conditions. Undoubtedly, we will hear more about wine in the near future.


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