Eating grapefruit can help lower blood sugar
According to the British “Daily Telegraph”, Israeli scientists have found that eating grapefruit can help lower sugar.
Naringenin is an antioxidant that gives grapefruit a unique bitterness.
Studies have shown that it can increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin and keep the weight of people with diabetes in a normal range.
After eating, naringenin helps the liver to burn more aunts, rather than storing too much aunt.
In the end, naringenin can mimic the effects of fenofibrate (a lipid-lowering drug) and rosiglitazone (a hypoglycemic agent).
Researchers believe that naringenin offers new hope for diabetes drugs in developing countries.