Resveratrol does indeed help diabetics

Resveratrol significantly improves glucose control and insulin sensitivity in diabetics but does not affect glycemic measures in nondiabetic persons, according to a new meta-analysis of research.

Resveratrol, the substance found in red grapes and wine helps diabetics but doesn’t affect glycemic measures in people without the disease, according to a recent strategic search of literature.

The research was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The authors scoured online journals like PubMed and MEDLINE for randomized controlled trials that estimated the effects of resverat

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