A new study conducted by Chinese researchers suggests grape seed extract supplements may lower blood sugar or glucose and serum lipids in patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetes mellitus patients who do not take anti-diabetic medications and follow a modified diet cannot deal with glucose normally, leading to hyperglycemia or high blood sugar, which is the prime feature of diabetes mellitus.

In the study, some diabetic rats orally supplemented with grape seed extract – procyanidin fractions with different degrees of poymerizations were compared with diabetic rats that did not receive any treatment.

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