Not only do 75% of Americans take supplements, but 87% of U.S. adults have overall confidence in the safety, quality, and effectiveness of dietary supplement products, the survey found.
Supplementation with a full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex may slow the progression of diabetic kidney disease in those with type 2 diabetes, a new study published in Nutrients found.
It is well known that EPA and DHA support cardiovascular and metabolic health through several mechanisms.
Fenugreek is an herb to watch, with benefits ranging from blood sugar support and stress relief.
Two similar but separate animal studies found that supplementation with tocotrienols from annatto beans (DeltaGold from American River Nutrition; Hadley, MA) in rodents with induced metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes not only supported blood sugar but also bone health.
A fig fruit extract standardized in abscisic acid content may help manage healthy blood sugar.
Small administrations of pterostilbene and resveratrol were deemed useful in protecting mice from diabetic health problems, according to results of a recent study.
In the study, mice that were fed a high-protein, high-omega-3, low-carbohydrate diet exhibited lower blood glucose levels, including in induced type 1 diabetes, hormone-induced hyperglycemia, and diet-induced metabolic syndrome.
Researchers are studying how whey protein may help manage postprandial blood sugar levels.
Oroxylum indicum, an ingredient also known by the name midnight horror, may help alleviate symptoms of hyperglycemia associated with diabetes.