blood glucose metabolism and increases insulin sensitivity,
because it enables the liver to produce more glucose-regulating enzymes.
Marvlix can be
used alone or in conjuction with other treatment to regulate
blood sugar levels and has been clinically proven to
be more effective than prescription drugs in blood sugar
is a serious, widespread health issue, especially among populations
that rely on the Western diet. A large body of research has been
conducted on the beneficial
effects of Cordyceps on the blood glucose metabolism system
and on its potential as a blood sugar regulation agent. The results are
In one clinical study, 95% of
with 3 grams Cordyceps daily saw improvement in their blood sugar
measurement, while those that received mainstream medical treatment showed only 54% improvement.
In a trial conducted by Kiho in 2000, Cordyceps was found to lower
blood sugar levels in genetically diabetic animals. Another trial by Dr. Zhao and his team in 2002 showed that Cordyceps improves
blood glucose metabolism and increases insulin sensitivity in normal
animals. A study by Hao and Chen in 2002 concluded that
Cordyceps positively affects blood sugar metabolism in animals with
chemically induced diabetes.
In another clinical study,
researchers found that, for non-diabetic patients treated with 3
grams Cordyceps daily, the normal blood sugar
change curve was significantly flattened. In
other words, for these subjects, the blood sugar did not go as high as
usual after eating, and it
did not drop down as low as usual between meals. This study provided
further evidence that
Cordyceps has the ability to regulate blood sugar levels.
A common thread among these results is the increase in insulin sensitivity and in the
livers' output of the glucose regulating enzymes. Regardless of the
origin or classification, it appears that Cordyceps is a great
treatment for diabetes, either as a single agent or in conjunction
with prescription drug therapy, and has been demonstrated to stabilize
blood sugar levels even in non-diabetic test subjects.