Studies show that BCP may help with Diabetes – now that’s impressive!
Some articles regarding the potential of BCP Oil helping those with diabetes got my attention this week. Below are the key outcomes from one study (explanations mine):
- BCP modulates diet-induced dyslipidemia (an abnormal amount of lipids in the blood. This is often due to diet and lifestyle) and insulin resistance (a pathological condition in which cells fail to respond normally to the hormone insulin. Insulin is a hormone that allows glucose to enter cells which also reduces blood glucose).
- BCP increases antioxidant potential and elevate HDL (the good cholesterol) via CB2 receptors.
- BCP mitigates vascular inflammation via both CB2 and PPAR-γ receptors.
- BCP normalizes aortic NO (Nitric oxide) level by increasing eNOS while decreasing iNOS expression.
- BCP improves diet-induced aortic histopathological (the study of tissues as relates to disease) alterations.
- We conclude that administration of BCP has beneficial effects in glucose homeostasis in diabetic rats.
Another study says:
BCP may stop the development of insulin resistance by protection of pancreatic beta-cells from hyperglycemia and by enhancement of insulin/glucose signalling.
Now I know that all sounds very complicated, but the bottom line is that it would seem that BCP has the potential to help those with diabetes – and that’s impressive.
Do you know someone with Diabetes – let them know about Canna Oils BCP. It just may be what they have been looking for.Have a great weekend everyone!
The above information is for educational purposes only – not intended as medical advice.