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Diabetic nephropathy is among the scariest scenario of a diabetes complication. It often leads to 4th stage kidney disease. But the anti-diabetic properties of purple corn’s anthocyanin can help a lot to curve diabetes and nephropathy. This was according to the food and nutrition department and Department of Biochemistry in Korea after seeing the molecular and cellular action of purple corn anthocyanins against nephropathy stemming from diabetes (DN or diabetic nephropathy).
Purple Corn Anthocyanins, or PCA, powerfully blocks multiple pathways that promote diabetic nephropathy. This can lead to a new and effective therapy for treating kidney disease and type-2 diabetes.
Proven with Clinical Tests
The study was done in vitro with human endothelial cells grown in a hyperglycemic kidney environment, as well as in vivo using diabetic kidney tissue in rodents. With the in vitro test, grown cells were given some amounts of PCA for 6 hours. The cells were then tested for monocyte-endothelial cell adhesion. This would establish the presence of diabetic glomerulosclerosis.
In the in vivo test, the diabetic rodents were treated with PCA for 8 weeks, after which changes in their kidneys were checked and immunohistological findings were studied. The kidneys were also checked for inflamed chemokines which determine DN or diabetic nephropathy.
With the test with human cells, PCA was found to decrease the cell-to-cell adhesion present in glomeruli in a dose-dependent way. PCA also seems to interfere with leukocyte build-up. In diabetic rodents, PCA was fund to slow down mesangial inflammation and stopped diabetic glomerulosclerosis. PCA also stopped chemical action in kidney tissues inhibiting macrophage closely linked to renal swelling.
In Plain English
In plain English, Purple Corn Anthocyanins most likely protects against diabetic nephropathy, stopping chemical actions in the body which are contributory factors to cause the disease. PCA therapy can target renal inflammation and diabetic glomerulosclerosis. PCA supplementation, then, can be an effective strategy to prevent renal vascular ailment in type-2 diabetes.
TRENZ Innovation Purple Corn Juice
With TRENZ Innovation Purple Juice, the recommended dosage for diabetics is 5ml a day. After a week or two, have your blood sugar checked by a competent doctor and see the result. If it lowers, keep up with the dosage. If it increases, stop the intake. Purple corn anthocyanin is sure to be effective against diabetes, but the sweetener may be having some complications with your metabolism.
We recommend instead a non-sweetened Purple Corn Juice which can be ordered on special arrangement, with higher price range, of course.