Store-bought vitamin C tablets could offer a breakthrough in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
Deakin University researchers have found that 500 milligrams of vitamin C daily can lower elevated blood sugar levels in people with this condition.
In a notable decade-long study, participants had a 36% reduction in their blood sugar after a meal.
One of the leading researchers, Associate Professor Glen Wadley, told Ross and John that their research had also been discovered. the intake of vitamins helped to lower blood pressure. "Half of the people who were described as hypertensive before the study were normal after the study," he said.
Professor Wadley has quickly indicated that vitamin C is not a "cure" for diabetes
"This is another tool in the toolbox to try to reach these levels of blood sugar to a healthy area. "
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