Monday, 23 November 2015

Inspired by Traditional Medicine, Prof. Ameenah Thorough Pare Benefits for Diabetes

One study Prof. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim ​​interest is to pare benefits to overcome the high blood sugar. The inspiration for doing this research turned out to arise from traditional medicine. Prof. Ameenah said pare (Momordica charantia) has been used as a traditional herb for treating diabetes in Mauritius. However, there is no scientific evidence in this regard so that has not been widely used in the medical field. \”We validate the efficacy of the plants that can be eaten by the claims of traditional medicine. One of them is pare commonly used to treat diabetes,\” said Prof. Ameenah in a special

interview session at 88 Office Tower, Jl Raya Casablanca, and written on Monday ( 11.23.2015). Not only pare, Prof. Ameenah and his colleagues perform on traditional medicine documentation sourced food crops. Food crops has often been used by the people in everyday life as a side dish so likely to contain toxins is very small. As a result, the first woman president of Mauritius, said there is a benefit pare to lower blood sugar. However, further research should be conducted to determine the proper dosage, including side effects and how much pare effect on blood sugar control. \”We conducted research

on mice and bitter melon extracts. Our hypothesis, bitter melon extract is able to reduce the content of glucose in the blood,\” said the woman who became the winner of the L\’Oreal-UNESCO Award, Laureate for Africa 2007. Even so, not yet discovered why bitter melon extract can lower blood sugar levels. Prof. Ameenah explains that although beneficial, bitter melon extract is a herbal remedy. Its use must be at the discretion of the physician. Moreover, if patients had taken insulin therapy. Why, the risk of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) will increase. \”Drugs are medicine, even herbal remedies. Penggunannya must be

submitted to your doctor in order to avoid unwanted side effects,\” he explained.

Inspired by Traditional Medicine, Prof. Ameenah Thorough Pare Benefits for Diabetes

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