Antioxidant-rich Pomegranate Juice May Aid Blood Sugar Management For Diabetics: Human Data
Scientists from the Jordan University of Science and Technology report that pomegranate juice at a dose of 1.5 mL per kg of body weight (or 105 mL for a 70 kg human) was associated with reductions in fasting glucose levels in type-2 diabetics. Data published in Nutrition Research also indicated that there were no differences between male and female diabetics, although the effects were not observed in healthy people. “Although these results are encouraging we must be cautious for the application of pomegranate juice use by type-2 diabetes patients,” wrote the researchers. “Additional clinical studies are needed to understand how the level of pomegranate juice affects blood glucose. To provide a more comprehensive understanding of pomegranate juice and diabetes, our laboratory is conducting clinical studies on the short-term effect of pomegranate juice on hormone levels in addition to insulin that are involved in glucose regulation. “Studying the effects of pomegranate consumption (in a juice form) on the reduction of blood glucose levels in type-2 diabetes patients could lead to a dietary approach to control this disease,” they added. “Since there are many herbs and fruits that are easily available and of value in controlling this disease, this study may contribute to a better understanding and improved management of type 2 diabetes by the individual.” Stats According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), diabetes affects over 220 million people globally and the consequences of high blood sugar kill 3.4 million every year. If such statistics weren’t scary enough, the WHO is predicting deaths to double between 2005 and 2030. The total costs associated with the condition in the US alone are thought to be as much as $174 billion, with Continue reading >>
Do Pomegranates Have A Role In Type 2 Diabetes?
Pomegranates may have a soft spot in the fight against type 2 diabetes. These tough skinned fruits have demonstrated some antidiabetes benefits in several recent studies. For example, let’s consider the fruit’s role in AGEs (advanced glycation endproducts). AGEs are the product of foods that are fried or prepared at high temperatures. Basically these substances form when sugar reacts with proteins. Dietary AGEs are associated with inflammation and oxidative stress, which in turn are linked to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and its complications. In the Journal of Medicinal Food, experts reported on the impact of various fruit juices, including pomegranate, apple, cranberry, pineapple, Concord grape, and black cherry, on glycation. Pomegranate juice (and two of its major compounds, ellagic acid and punicalagin) was by far the most effective, as it inhibited glycation by 98 percent. The oil in pomegranate seeds also may be effective in managing type 2 diabetes. In an animal study, researchers administered pomegranate seed oil, soybean oil, water, or nothing to groups of rats for 28 days. At the end of the trial period, all the rats that did not get pomegranate seed oil showed lower levels of serum insulin and glutathione peroxidase activity. (Glutathione peroxidase protects the body against oxidative damage. Rats given pomegranate, however, had significantly higher levels of these two factors. The findings indicate that pomegranate seed oil may improve insulin secretion. Fasting blood glucose levels, however, did not change with use of pomegranate seed oil. A review study from mid-2013 presented the findings of laboratory, animal, and human clinical studies. The authors reported that: Pomegranate components reduce oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation (the degrad Continue reading >>
Why Diabetics Should Drink Pomegranate Juice
Why diabetics should drink pomegranate juice I have more great news on pomegranate products. In my last health alert, I showed you how pomegranate extract can protect your skin from damage the sun causes. Now there's news that pomegranates can protect diabetics from vascular disease. This is important because diabetics are at greater risk of vascular disease. In this study, researchers wanted to evaluate the effects of concentrated pomegranate juice or extracts on vascular disease markers. They followed 30 diabetics. Here's what they found: Pomegranate products had a marked beneficial effect on their lipids. And, since HDL cholesterol protects you from oxidative damage, their oxidative stress dropped by 35%! Why would pomegranate help? It has an enzyme called PON1. PON1 helps HDL help you. Pomegranate increased the enzyme's activity by 30%. Finally, serum thiol levels increased 25%. Thiol includes the all-important glutathione molecule. Higher glutathione levels will protect you from heavy metals, chemicals, and even infectious disease, even viruses. The study's conclusion? Pomegranate products can slow atherosclerosis in diabetics. Pomegranate products are widely available online and in most grocery stores. If you have diabetes, you might consider pomegranate extract or juice. It falls into the category of polyphenol source superfoods. These also include blueberries, cranberries, certain seaweeds (the source of Alginol), green tea, and more. And, you don't have to be diabetic to get the benefits. I have no doubt that pomegranates, if studied, would trump anything the Pharma snake oil peddlers have for vascular disease. These powerful phytochemicals and polyphenols, are what your body is looking for to restore healthy functions. And, you can't beat the price in compari Continue reading >>
Pomegranates And Blood Sugar
The seed and flower of the pomegranate fruit may possess properties capable of lowering blood sugar, potentially benefiting patients with hyperglycemia and diabetes. Doctors from India to Africa are studying pomegranate seeds, flowers and their extracts and compounds for hypoglycemic, or blood sugar lowering, properties, and to identify their mechanisms. For example, a 2007 "Journal of Medicinal Food" report acknowledges the hypoglycemic activity of pomegranate seeds, flowers and juice and identifies three antioxidant acids as among their potentially anti-diabetic constituents. If you have concerns about your blood sugar, consult with your doctor and only use pomegranate-based therapies with her approval. Video of the Day According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, the pomegranate fruit grows on the Punica granatum tree native to Iran and now cultivated in parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean. Used for millennia in folk medicine, it has since demonstrated antioxidant, antibacterial and antiviral properties in laboratory tests, although human trials have been neither as abundant nor conclusive. There is no standard dosage of pomegranate for medical purposes, although UMM's Steven D. Ehrlich, N.M.D., reports that drinking 8-12 ounces per day is considered safe. Ehrlich warns, however, that people with diabetes should not drink pomegranate juice or any fruit juice without their doctor's prior approval. A 2007 study in the "African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines" on the blood sugar-lowering effects in diabetic rats of several herbal compounds, including pomegranate seeds, found no significant difference in the fasting blood-glucose levels of the subjects fed pomegranate seeds from the control group. Study author Gh Continue reading >>
Pomegranate Helps Diabetic Hearts
Aug. 29, 2006 -- Drinking pomegranate juice may help people with diabetesdiabetes reduce their risk of heart diseaseheart disease. A preliminary new study shows that people with diabetes who drank pomegranate juice for three months had a lower risk of atherosclerosis -- or hardening of the arteries. In addition, the pomegranate juice appeared to slow the absorption of unhealthy LDL cholesterolLDL cholesterol by immune cells. People with diabetes have increased risk for atherosclerosis, which contributes to coronary heart disease, heart attacks, strokes, and other circulation problems. These results suggest that the antioxidants found in pomegranate juice may be especially beneficial in reducing these heart-related risks associated with diabetes. "In most juices, sugars are present in free -- and harmful -- forms," says researcher Michael Aviram, of the Technion Faculty of Medicine in Haifa, Israel, in a news release. "In pomegranate juice, however, the sugars are attached to unique antioxidants, which actually make these sugars protective against atherosclerosis." People with diabetes aren't able to process sugars normally and are advised to monitor their intake of food and beverages high in natural or processed sugars, including fruit juice. Pomegranate Juice Reduces Diabetes RisksIn the small study, published in the journal Atherosclerosis, researchers examined the effects of drinking a specially prepared concentrated pomegranate juice that is the equivalent to about a 6-ounce glass of "single strength pomegranate juice, just as it is when you squeeze the pomegranate and get the juice," Aviram tells WebMD by email, every day for three months in 10 healthy adults and 10 adults with type 2 diabetes (who were not dependent on insulin therapy). Drinking pomegranate juice Continue reading >>
Pomegranate And Type 2 Diabetes.
Abstract Over the last decade, various studies have linked pomegranate (Punica granatum Linn), a fruit native to the Middle East, with type 2 diabetes prevention and treatment. This review focuses on current laboratory and clinical research related to the effects of pomegranate fractions (peels, flowers, and seeds) and some of their active components on biochemical and metabolic variables associated with the pathologic markers of type 2 diabetes. This review systematically presents findings from cell culture and animal studies as well as clinical human research. One key mechanism by which pomegranate fractions affect the type 2 diabetic condition is by reducing oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation. This reduction may occur by directly neutralizing the generated reactive oxygen species, increasing certain antioxidant enzyme activities, inducing metal chelation activity, reducing resistin formation, and inhibiting or activating certain transcriptional factors, such as nuclear factor κB and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ. Fasting blood glucose levels were decreased significantly by punicic acid, methanolic seed extract, and pomegranate peel extract. Known compounds in pomegranate, such as punicalagin and ellagic, gallic, oleanolic, ursolic, and uallic acids, have been identified as having anti-diabetic actions. Furthermore, the juice sugar fraction was found to have unique antioxidant polyphenols (tannins and anthocyanins), which could be beneficial to control conditions in type 2 diabetes. These findings provide evidence for the anti-diabetic activity of pomegranate fruit; however, before pomegranate or any of its extracts can be medically recommended for the management of type 2 diabetes, controlled, clinical studies, are needed. Continue reading >>
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Top 10 Great Reasons To Love The Pomegranate
Pomegranate season is underway. Markets are teeming with this glorious red fruit, supermarket shelves are packed with pomegranate juices, and cosmetic stores are promoting pomegranate oil-infused creams. The fruit-with-a-crown is one of the ritual foods for the Rosh Hashana holiday. It is understood to be the fruit that grew in the Garden of Eden and which biblical scouts brought to Moses to show the fertility of the promised land. It is also said to have 613 seeds – corresponding to the 613 mitzvot (commandments) in the Torah. The pomegranate is a fun-to-eat but messy treat packing a tart and sweet taste. And this beautiful fruit is celebrated for its medicinal powers. ISRAEL21c gives you 10 great reasons to add pomegranates to your shopping list: 1. Pomegranates are good for you The pomegranate is known as a superfood. Its jewel-like seeds (arils) have been used for medicinal purposes for millennia. Packed with powerful antioxidants and vitamins, this ruby-red fruit has been shown to be a cure-all for just about any ailment. It helps stomach upsets, menopausal hot flashes, hemorrhoids, conjunctivitis, osteoarthritis, lowers blood pressure, stimulates the immune system, wards off the flu, reduces inflammation, reduces risk of heart disease and lowers cholesterol. “The peel is good for the heart and blood vessels; the white membrane is good for stopping diarrhea and good for wounds and ulcers of the mouth and throat. The fruit also strengthens the brain, cleanses the body and blood from toxins, and is very good at expelling worms from the intestines,” Merav Altman-Adler, who practices classic Chinese medicine, tells ISRAEL21c. 2. Pomegranate juice is heart-healthy “The most important new issue is the cardiovascular protection of pomegranate,” says Prof. Michae Continue reading >>
Why Are Pomegranates Good For Diabetics? 4 Reasons
The glistening seeds of the pomegranate are an irresistible treat for many of us, and that includes diabetics. Typically, diabetics are advised to avoid consuming fruits and juices in high quantities as they can cause a spike in blood sugar. But several studies now show that diabetics certainly shouldn’t have to resist pomegranates. The pomegranate (both its seeds and juice) has been shown to greatly reduce blood sugar, an especially vital function for those with type 2 diabetes. Ayurvedic and Unani practitioners have long been using pomegranates to treat diabetes, and they’re now finding support from breakthrough scientific research. So why are pomegranates good for diabetics? 1. Lower Blood Glucose Levels Though pomegranates contain sugar, the sugars are attached to antioxidants that lower the blood glucose levels and fight cell damage. One particular study tested participants 3 hours after they consumed 1.5 ml pomegranate juice per kg of their body weight. These participants exhibited a significant drop in fasting blood glucose levels.1 Unlike many other fruits that contain sugars in free form, pomegranates consist of sugars that are attached to antioxidants. Of these, about 4 antioxidant compounds belonging to the ellagitannin class are believed to help reduce blood sugar. Commercially available pomegranate juices that are extracted from the whole fruit and not just the seeds have 3 times as much antioxidants as red wine and green tea.[ref]Gil, Maria I., Francisco A. Tomás-Barberán, Betty Hess-Pierce, Deirdre M. Holcroft, and Adel A. Kader. “Antioxidant activity of pomegranate juice and its relationship with phenolic composition and processing.” Journal of Agricultural and Food chemistry 48, no. 10 (2000): 4581-4589.[/ref] Pomegranate antioxidants help you Continue reading >>
Pomegranate Juice Shows Possible Diabetes Benefits
Pomegranate juice shows possible diabetes benefits A new Israeli study suggests that pomegranate juice could offer health benefits for diabetics, despite the juice containing The findings, although only from a small trial in humans, are likely to encourage further consumption of pomegranate juice in the UK, where sales have rocketed in the last year thanks to media coverage of the antioxidant-rich fruit that has commonly been linked to improved heart health, as well as claims that pomegranate could protect against prostate cancer and slows cartilage loss in arthritis. One surprising finding, said lead researcher Professor Michael Aviram of from the Rappaport Family Institute for Research in the Medical Sciences and Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel, was that the sugars contained in pomegranate juice - although similar in content to those found in other fruit juices - did not worsen diabetes disease parameters (including blood sugar levels) in patients, but in fact cut the risk of atherosclerosis. "In most juices, sugars are present in free - and harmful - forms," explained Aviram. "In pomegranate juice, however, the sugars are attached to unique antioxidants, which actually make these sugars protective against atherosclerosis." According to British charity, Diabetes UK, constantly raised glucose levels intensify the furring and hardening of blood vessels (atherosclerosis), which leads to cardiovascular disease and stroke. An estimated 19 million people are affected by diabetes in the EU 25, equal to four per cent of the total population. This figure is projected to increase to 26 million by 2030. In the US, there are over 20 million people with diabetes, equal to seven per cent of the population. The total costs are thought to be as much as $132 billion, with $92 bi Continue reading >>
Super Fruits: Can One A Day Keep The Doctor Away?
You know that fruit is good for you. It’s full of vitamins and fiber, low in calories, and sweet and refreshing. And, probably, when you think of fruit, what comes to mind is the average, garden-variety assortment: apples, oranges, blueberries, bananas, etc. Now there’s a whole new category of fruits called "super fruits." Super fruits are lesser-known, more exotic fruits that have a high antioxidant content—higher than “regular” fruits—and, therefore, supposedly offer greater health benefits. Many of these fruits and their juices are touted as being able to fight cancer and treat diabetes. We’ll take a look at some of these over the next two weeks. Pomegranate: This fruit has really taken the food industry by storm. Everywhere you look, you’ll see products that contain pomegranate—even pomegranate martinis! Pomegranates are large, red fruits that, when cut open, yield many small, juicy seeds. If you eat a pomegranate, you eat the seeds, not the flesh of the fruit. This fruit truly does contain a large number of antioxidants, including polyphenols. Pomegranates actually contain more antioxidants than green tea and red wine. Health benefits attributed to pomegranates include prevention of heart disease (by reducing plaque build-up on artery walls). In fact, a study published last year in the journal Atherosclerosis looked at 20 adults—10 with Type 2 diabetes and 10 without diabetes. These folks drank six ounces of concentrated pomegranate juice every day for three months. After three months, the researchers found less hardening of the arteries and a smaller uptake of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol into cells in both groups. Surprisingly, even though pomegranate juice contains carbohydrate, overall blood glucose levels did not increase in the diabetes gro Continue reading >>
The Effect Of Unsweetened Pomegranate Juice On Type 2 Diabetes Patients
The Effect of Unsweetened Pomegranate Juice on Type 2 Diabetes Patients Diabetes mellitus is one of the prevalent metabolic disorders in the world and mostly it is related to Obesity. Central obesity results in higher risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and hyperinsulinemia. Hyperinsulinemia is the main reason of central obesity disorders. Studies have been shown that the fruits, vegetables and drinks are rich in phenolic and antioxidants components may alleviate diabetes diseases. One of these fruits is pomegranate that is rich in flavonoids. Findings indicate the beneficial effect of the daily consumption of unsweetened pomegranate juice on insulin resistance, body weight, waist and hip circumstances. RESEACH TITLE: The Effect of Unsweetened Pomegranate Juice on Insulin Resistance, High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein and Obesity among Type 2 Diabetes Patients CONDUCTED BY:School of Nutrition, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran PUBLISHED ON: Scientific Journals of Iran Background & objectives: Diabetes mellitus is one of the prevalent metabolic disorders in the world and mostly it is related to Obesity. Central obesity results in higher risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and hyperinsulinemia. Hyperinsulinemia is the main reason of central obesity disorders. Studies have been shown that the fruits, vegetables and drinks are rich in phenolic and antioxidants components may alleviate diabetes diseases. One of these fruits is pomegranate that is rich in flavonoids. Therefore, this study was designed to determine the effect of unsweetened pomegranate juice consumption on insulin resistance, inflammatory factor and anthropometric measures in diabetic patients. Methods: In this clinical trial, 50 patients with type 2 diabetes aged 30-50 years were Continue reading >>
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Are Pomegranates Good For Diabetes Patients? Which Fruits Are Good For Diabetics? | Medical Conditions And Diseases - Quora
Are Pomegranates Good For diabetes Patients? Which fruits are good for diabetics? Earn your informatics graduate degree online from UTHealth SBMI. Graduate courses available in health data science, machine learning, precision medicine, & informatics. Here are the list of best fruits for Diabetics and why you should include it in your diet. Pomegranates: Pomegranates contain the richest combination of antioxidants than all fruits and protect you from free radicals and chronic diseases. So feel free to enjoy these red pearls with such powerful phytochemical compounds. Grapes: Grapes contains Resveratrol - a phytochemical that modulates the response of glucose in the blood by influencing how the body secretes and uses insulin. The grape is therefore a good choice, taking into account its nutritional profile. Blueberries: Anthocyanins (a type of flavonoid) is responsible for the deep pigment of blueberries, especially known for reducing the risk of diabetes . Apples: Diabetics should feel free to eat apples. In fact, apples along with blueberries and grapes are especially beneficial in reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Strawberries: Strawberries have a low glycemic index, so they are released slowly into the bloodstream as glucose. It can also improve immunity, has a fighting ability against cancer and boosts metabolism, which in turn helps you lose weight. Guava: For diabetics with a low glycemic index, guava is a good choice. Guava is very rich in dietary fiber that helps relieve constipation (a common diabetic complaint) and may reduce the chance of developing type-2 diabetes . Watermelon: watermelon contain high potassium content, which makes it one of the best fruits for proper functioning of the kidneys, whi Continue reading >>
Benefits Of Pomegranate Juice For Diabetes Patients
By Dr. Victor Marchione, MD - October 16, 2014 Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed*** and may vary from person to person***. I often remind my patients of the importance of a healthy diet and active lifestyle, especially when these factors can certainly help prevent them from falling victim to one of the top epidemics plaguing Americans today: obesity. At present, more than one-third of the U.S. adult population is considered obesethats 78.6 million Americans! Certain health conditions can help to cause obesity, such as hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), and Cushings syndrome (an adrenal condition). Of course, American society doesnt help either. Unhealthy foods are readily unavailable around every corner, from convenience stores to fast food joints. But lets not forget about what obesity may eventually cause. Obesity also plays a major factor in the prevalence of such health risks as heart disease, stroke, osteoarthritis, and some cancers. Obesity also just so happens to be the primary cause of type 2 diabetes, which is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S. About 80%90% of people with type 2 diabetes are considered obese. In 2012, there were 1.7 million new cases of diabetes per year, according to the American Diabetes Association. So how can you control and prevent diabetes? Many drugs have adverse side effects and arent, in my opinion, always the best answer. Instead, I believe that the perceived enemy of many diabetics may actually provide the answer. While many believe that the sugar commonly found in fruitfructoserepresents a serious threat to diabetics, I recently discovered a first-of-its-kind study that disproves that theory. I was surprised when I came across a particular fruit juice that may be a natural dia Continue reading >>
The Effect Of Pomegranate Fresh Juice Versus Pomegranate Seed Powder On Metabolic Indices, Lipid Profile, Inflammatory Biomarkers, And The Histopathology Of Pancreatic Islets Of Langerhans In Streptozotocin-nicotinamide Induced Type 2 Diabetic Spraguedawley Rats
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is associated with hyperglycemia, inflammatory disorders and abnormal lipid profiles. Several functional foods have therapeutic potential to treat chronic diseases including diabetes. The therapeutic potential of pomegranate has been stated by multitudinous scientists. The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of pomegranate juice and seed powder on the levels of plasma glucose and insulin, inflammatory biomarkers, lipid profiles, and health of the pancreatic islets of Langerhans in streptozotocin (STZ)-nicotinamide (NAD) induced T2DM Sprague Dawley (SD) rats. Forty healthy male SD rats were induced to diabetes with a single dose intra-peritoneal administration of STZ (60mg/kg b.w.) - NAD (120mg/kg b.w.). Diabetic rats were orally administered with 1mL of pomegranate fresh juice (PJ) or 100mg pomegranate seed powder in 1mL distilled water (PS), or 5mg/kg b.w. of glibenclamide every day for 21days. Rats in all groups were sacrificed on day 22. The obtained data was analyzed by SPSS software (v: 22) using One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA). The results showed that PJ and PS treatment had slight but non-significant reduction of plasma glucose concentration, and no impact on plasma insulin compared to diabetic control (DC) group. PJ lowered the plasma total cholesterol (TC) and triglyceride (TG) significantly, and low-density lipoproteins (LDL) non-significantly compared to DC group. In contrast, PS treatment significantly raised plasma TC, LDL, and high-density lipoproteins (HDL) levels compared to the DC rats. Moreover, the administration of PJ and PS significantly reduced the levels of plasma inflammatory biomarkers, which were actively raised in diabetic rats. Only PJ treated group showe Continue reading >>
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Pomegranate Extract Benefits For Diabetes
Pomegranate, probably cultivated earliest in Persia (modern day Iran) and the western Himalayas. Later migrated along the Silk Route and is today grown extensively in Korea, Japan and Latin America, where it was introduced by settlers and traders. Throughout history and in many religions and cultures, the pomegranate fruit has been revered as a symbol of strength and vitality, prosperity and fertility. Pomegranate is a rich source of highly active phytochemicals. One of the major benefits of pomegranate juice is in the protection of arteries from fatty deposits (atherosclerosis). It also improves blood flow to the heart and protects from coronary heart disease. Research also exists to show its effect on: High blood pressure Metabolic syndrome Muscle strength Obesity Dental plaque Muscle soreness Hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol) Gum disease Prostate cancer Inflamed and sore mouth Trichomoniasis Intestinal worm infestations Diarrhea Dysentery Sore throat Hemorrhoids and Menopausal symptoms, among others. What Does Research Have to Say? In one of the most important authoritative studies till date relating pomegranate and type 2 diabetes, researchers from the Jordan University of Science and Technology measured the direct effect of fresh pomegranate juice on the levels of fasting blood glucose as well as on insulin and melatonin in individuals with impaired fasting glucose. They found noticeably lower levels of fasting blood sugar as well as lower insulin resistance after three hours of administering pomegranate juice. In patients with impaired fasting glucose, pomegranate juice caused a decrease in the level of serum melatonin within an hour of consumption. How Does it Act? A key mechanism by which pomegranate extract benefits type 2 diabetes patients is through reduction Continue reading >>