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Chromium-yeast improved blood sugar control

Reduction in factors involved in diabetes development, include bodyweight and insulin resistance

Chromium yeast products such as Bio-Chromium can help manage type 2 diabetes according to new research.

A new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition (June, 2018) joins the body of evidence showing how impactful chromium-yeast can be for diabetic management.

The double-blind placebo-controlled trial studied the effects of chromium-yeast supplement in the form of enriched bread. All participants were previously diagnosed with type two diabetes and were randomly assigned chromium-yeast bread or placebo bread to consume over a 12 week study length. Various parameters were measured to give an overview of how well managed the subjects diabetes was.

The results showed that chromium-yeast enhanced various areas of diabetic health, including:

  • Lower levels of plasma glucose and insulin
  • Lower levels of HbA1c (glycated haemoglobin), an important biomarker of diabetic controls
  • Decreased insulin resistance
  • Decreased bodyweight and (systolic) blood pressure
Findings of the study are available in the British Journal of Nutrition, click here.

blood sugar control productBio-Chromium

Bio Chromium supplements from Pharma Nord is the most advanced and clinically supported chromium-yeast product on the market. The organically bound form is up to 10 times more bioavailable than other chromium sources (including chromium picolinate). The well-documented product is manufactured under pharmaceutical control for unbeatable quality assurance.

Chromium contributes to normal blood glucose levels and a healthy metabolism.


Reference

1. Yanni A, Stamataki N, Konstantopoulos P, Stoupaki M, Abeliatis A, Nikolakea I et al. Controlling type-2 diabetes by inclusion of Cr-enriched yeast bread in the daily dietary pattern: a randomized clinical trial. European Journal of Nutrition. 2016;57(1):259-267.

 

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