NewBiotics – Does it Even Exist ?
NewBiotics Helps Optimize Control of Diabetes and Obesity
According to the results of a new scientific study conducted by the National Institutes of Health of the United States (NIH), daily consumption of NewBiotics increases butyrate levels, which in turn increases GLP-1 levels by reducing Thereby helping the appetite, which will help people with Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes to lose body weight, increase the sensitivity of cells to insulin and significantly lower blood glucose levels.
In this study, which was conducted using laboratory mice and led by Dr. Hariom Yadav, PhD, of the National Institutes of Health of the United States (NIH), the results showed that the NewBiotics flora could increase the production of Butyrate in the intestine. Butyrate promotes a greater secretion of GLP-1, which is a hormone that suppresses appetite, so that mice given the NewBiotics ate less, lost more weight and improved their tolerance to Glucose.
“We are developing unique strains that can produce higher levels of Butyrate and can be used to design novel functional foods or medical formulations to treat Obesity and Diabetes,” said Dr. Yadav.
What Is NewBiotics?
Probiotics are bacteria that, far from doing harm, are beneficial to health, that is, “friendly germs” that help preserve the health of the intestinal tract and are also of great importance in the digestion process. They also help keep potentially harmful organisms in the intestine (harmful bacteria and yeast) under control.
Most probiotics come from foods, especially dairy products such as yogurt, among others.
NEWBIOTICS is the probiotic product on the market, which contains the most beneficial live bacteria, with a combination of 8 different bacterial strains. NEWBIOTICS requires medical prescription and is available in 4 formulations containing up to 450 billion beneficial beneficial bacteria.
How was this study done?
In this study the researchers divided the mice into 2 groups, one in which the mice received a low-fat diet and one fed a high-fat diet, and mice were either given probiotics in either group .
The results showed that mice that were treated with the NEWBIOTICS probiotic, regardless of the group to which they belonged, had smaller amounts of fatty deposits, fat cells or smaller adipocytes and also had lower levels of glycemia, greater sensitivity to Insulin and less glucose tolerance, notably improving metabolic factors in the body.
“The possibility that some nutritional supplements with probiotics may modify the intestinal flora so as to cause changes in short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) and GLP-1 levels will motivate other researchers to perform additional scientific studies to understand the Mechanism of action of other probiotics “concluded Dr. Yadav.
In Diabetes Day we celebrate this and other scientific advances
It is no secret that overweight and obesity are primarily responsible for the high incidence of Type 2 Diabetes and many other diseases, especially cardiovascular, so scientific studies like this represent a great step forward in achieving a future Healthier for humanity.
In Diabetes al Dia we are very pleased by all these scientific advances that are carried out day by day around the world, in the permanent search so that all people with Diabetes can enjoy a more healthy, productive and happy life.