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Glycation Study
Glycation Study- Inositol
The antiglycation property of inositol is due to its antioxidant effect. Results indicated that inositol decreased glycation by 57-67%. In addition, inositol is easily absorbed and has been shown to prevent or delay glycation-induced eye damage.
 
Glycation Study- Mangifera indica
Mangifera indica is a species of mango. It can inhibit the production of AGEs. Clinical trials demonstrated that Mangifera indica could significantly inhibit the development of glycation-related organ damage. Therefore, it is an effective and natural way to ameliorate the problems of glycation.
 
Glycation Study - Yerba Mate tea
Yerba Mate tea, also known as Ilex paraguariensis, is made from a plant native to South America. In comparison to green tea, Yerba Mate tea exhibited a greater antiglycation capacity and it inhibited AGE formation in a dose-dependent manner. Also, the antiglycation capacity of Yerba Mate Tea was comparable to a standard antiglycation medication.
 
Glycation Study - Malted Barley extract
Malted Barley extract is a natural supplement made from barley. Clinical trials showed that malted barley extracts significantly inhibited glycation.
 
Glycation Study - Rosemary
Rosemary is an herb that is native to the Mediterranean. Besides being used in cooking, rosemary has a lot of health benefits. Recently, research revealed that rosemary exhibited potent antiglycative effects due to its high content of antioxidants and glycation inhibitors.
 
Glycation Partner
Glycation partner contains mainly erythritol. Erythritol is a natural sugar substitute which has been approved for use by U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA). According to a Japanese study, glycation was inhibited significantly 2 weeks after consuming erythritol. Meanwhile, erythritol can attenuate the glycation-related oxidative stress.