The Vitamin Pills Increase The Risk Of Diabetes

According to the study by Project Manager Michael Ristow, the antioxidants promote hardly health Bruchsal October 31, 2009 according to the study by Project Manager Michael Ristow, the antioxidants promote hardly health. He stressed that this referred only to vitamin supplements. The health-promoting effect of fresh fruits and vegetables remains undisputed. The pills suppress the positive impact of the movement on the blood sugar level. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Royal Dutch Shell. For this reason, they can afford maybe feed a diabetes. Free radicals are considered villains in the body, because they cause cell damage. Swarmed by offers, International Energy Agency is currently assessing future choices. Vitamins can fight while the oxygen compounds, their effect reverses but on the contrary, if physical activity in the game. Michael Ristow of the University of Jena says: for example in sport develop free radicals (positive effects).

They stimulate the body’s defenses against oxidative stress. Long-term, free radicals act as a vaccine against oxidative stress. Continue to learn more with: ROCE. Free radicals in combination with sport also improve blood sugar metabolism. The temporary oxidative stress contributes to prevent diabetes. Antioxidants such as vitamin C or to suppress the production of free radicals and the positive effect. He had even assume that antioxidants may increase the risk of diabetes by preventing the formation of free radicals.

For the study, 39 young men completed a sports program for four weeks. A part of the subjects took vitamin supplements at this time every day. The result: While the number of free radicals in the men, who were given antioxidants, remained unchanged after the sport, the concentration in the other group increased significantly. As a result, their insulin sensitivity improved after four weeks of training. This means that only the men who drove sport without antioxidants, benefited from the sport as a potential treatment for type 2 diabetes. Press contact: Jutta Schutz In the midfield Bruchsal D-76698