This Acts Like Natural Insulin

Researchers Shigeru Arichi and Teruaki Hayashi of Kinki Institute conducted a study of elderly diabetic patients. After a year of taking a particular mushroom, a high percentage of patients returned to normal glucose levels. This particular mushroom is found to act similar to insulin, inhibiting the formation of glucose and facilitating its entry into cells. It was also proven that this mushroom also helps patients with Type 1 diabetes.

The normal blood glucose rate is 76-110 mg / dl. When the glucose index, after fasting, exceeds 110 mg / dl, diabetes is declared.

Glucagon and insulin are two hormones secreted by the pancreas, which regulate the level of sugar. Glucagon raises the level of glucose; Insulin reduces it, limiting its production, facilitating its entry into cells and transforming it into glycogen (glucose storage). Given the lack or ineffectiveness of insulin, diabetes occurs.

There are two types of Diabetes.

Dependent Insulin Diabetes Mellitus (Juvenile or Type I) is an autoimmune disease. The diabetic patient creates antibodies against insulin-producing cells, thus preventing their formation. The lack of this, involves the loss of the only hormone that reduces blood sugar, thus raising blood sugar.

The second type is the Diabetes Mellitus (Delayed or Type II). People who suffer from this type of diabetes do secrete insulin, but it is not effective, nor does it occur in sufficient quantity.

Diabetic blood vessels are easily injured, often causing complications that affect the kidney (kidney disorders), eyes (eye lesions) and nerves (neurological disorders). Heart disease, arteriosclerosis, hypertension, cataracts and disorders of the lower extremities may also appear, among others.

After 2 months of treatment with the extract of Ganoderma Lucidum it was found to be effective in reducing the level of glucose in the blood. Reishi is considered to enhance glucose utilization because plasma insulin level increases in normal and glucose does not affect insulin binding to isolated adipocytes. The hypoglycemic activity of Reishi is thus due to an increase in the level of plasma insulin and an acceleration of glucose metabolism that occurs not only in peripheral tissues but also in the liver.

Three patients were cured with diabetic wounds within 15 to 22 days. This could be due to the glucan of the Ganoderma Lucidum cell walls that could activate fibroblast migration to achieve wound healing and tissue proliferation.

Professor Hiroshi Hikino and a group of researchers from the Faculty of Pharmacy of Tohoku University, managed to independently separate two types of polysaccharides, not identified so far, called ganoderan A and ganoderan B. Later they carried out an experiment, with the In order to check the effects of ganoderan A and B, in a group of mice with elevated glucose levels. First, a dose of reishi was administered to the experimental group. After seven hours, it was found that the glucose level of each mouse had dropped by 70%. These results determine that the combination of both substances considerably reduces hyperglycemia.

The researchers, Shigeru arichi and Teruaki Hayashi, from the aforementioned Kinki Institute conducted a study of Reishi with elderly diabetic patients (in some cases, insulin treatment was suppressed). In the first months it was found that glucose indices experienced small ups and downs. During the treatment, some of the most frequent symptoms of the treated ones diminished, appearing significant improvements in the general state. After a year, a high percentage of patients managed to normalize glucose levels.

High blood sugar levels cause stickiness and blockages in the blood vessels, from which the complications of diabetes arise, like kidney failure, blindness, and other issues. Ganoderma Lucidum is a mushroom that acts similar to insulin. This mushroom lowers blood sugar levels and brings down high levels of insulin in the body.

Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi) is considered to act similarly to insulin, inhibiting the formation of glucose and facilitating its entry into cells. On the other hand, it has been proven that the action that Ganoderma Lucidum exerts on the immune system also favors the condition of patients with Type I diabetes Mellitus.

· Ganoderma Lucidum acts similarly to insulin; It inhibits glucose synthesis and facilitates its entry into cells.

· Reduces blood glucose levels.

· Improves the symptoms of diabetics.

· Improves the auto immune response in case of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.

· Prevents diabetes and avoids some of its complications.

 

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