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Brings blood glucose level as close to normal as possible, and keep it there
as much as possible to live a long and healthy life.
Atulya Nutrition Diaeze is an all natural health supplement for Diabetes, balancing blood sugar is critical but it is not the only part of the overall “equation”.
it provide extra nutrition of the right type to the body which prevents complications occured by increase of levels of blood lipids. It strengthens immune system with anti oxidant support.
 
       
Promotes lipid and sugar metabolism.
Enhances β-cell function and insulin secretion.
Increases glucose uptake and utilization.
   
      
 
 
Scientific evidence
  Gymnema sylvestre
  Pterocarpus marsupium
  Cinnamon zeylaicum
  Trigonella foenum graecum
  Berberis aristata
   
   
   
   
   
Nutrition Facts
  Dietary Fibre 42.0 gm
Each 100 gm contain    
Energy  
368.71 kcal
 
Carbohydrate  
80.95 gm
 
Protein  
5.58 gm
 
Fat  
2.51 gm
 
Dietary Fibre   
42.0 gm
 
 
Minerals & Vitamins    
Each 100 gm contain
   
Zinc  50 mg Thiamine
23.60 mg
Manganese 8.16 mg Riboflavin
42.80 mg
Calcium 324.54 mg Vitamin B6
119.13 mg
Magnesium 19.23 mg Vitamin C
556.5 mg
Phosphorous 314.63 mg Vitamin E
4.83 mg
       
Ingredients
Gymnema sylvestre, Trigonella foenum-graecum, Pterocarpus marsupium, Berberis aristata, Triticum aestivum, Phyllanthus niruri, Withania somnifra, Terminalia arjuna, Bacopa monnerii , Asparagus recemosis , Convolvulus pluricaulis, Embelia ribesribes, Phyllanthus emblica, Tinospora cordifolia, Garcinia combogia , Terminalia chebula, Curcuma Longa , Cinnamon zeylaicum, Ocimum sanctum , Piper longum, Piper nirgum.
Dosage
One sachet daily at breakfast or 20 minutes before meals or as directed by Physician.
How to take it
Empty sachet contents in 100ml luke warm water (25-30 0C). Keep for 5 minutes stir well and drink.
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Advantages
Atulya Diaeze Diabetic Diet for diabetics is simply a balanced healthy diet which is vital for diabetic treatment, however, a lot of people have the misconception that these diet consist only diabetic food. 
The regulation of blood sugar in the non-diabetic is automatic, adjusting to whatever food is eaten. But, for the diabetic, extra caution is needed to balanced food intake with exercise, insulin injections and any other glucose altering activity. This helps diabetic patient to maintain the desirable weight and control glucose level in their blood. It also helps to prevent diabetic patient from heart and blood vessel related diseases.
Diaeze acts as a Alpha-glucosidase inhibitor having proven helpful for people with type 2 diabetes who have not been able to keep their blood sugar levels within a safe range by eating a balanced diet, losing weight, and exercising. It is helpful in controlling the blood sugar levels of people who have high blood sugar levels right after they eat. Diaeze acts as a Aldose reductase inhibitor:  With diabetes, chances are good that either patients already have some form of nerve pain or nerve damage, called diabetic neuropathy or might develop in near future.
"People with diabetes have about a 60% chance of getting neuropathy of any kind," says Dace L. Trence, MD, an endocrinologist and director of the Diabetes Care Center at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle.
"It's probably an equal risk of getting neuropathy with type 1 and type 2 diabetes." Tingling, pain, or numbness in your feet and hands – are common signs of the diabetic nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Damage may also be caused to the nerves that send signals to your heart, stomach, bladder, or sex organs, called autonomic neuropathy. Nerve damage can also be "silent," meaning you have no symptoms at all.
Atulya Diaeze Diet prevents or slows the action of aldose reductase to prevent or delay these complications of diabetes.
Atulya Diaeze is rich in anioxidants: Elevated blood glucose levels might lead to an increase in free radicals. It has also been shown that many people with diabetes have depleted levels of antioxidants in their bodies.
This is why supplementing antioxidants are beneficial for diabetes sufferers, not only to maintain antioxidant levels in the body but also to treat the long-term complications that can arise.
Atulya Diaeze maintain normal healthy weight: Calcium, chromium, fibre and zinc combination in Diaeze exerts its antiobesity effect in diabetic patients.
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Scientific evidence
In India in ayurvedic system of medicine various herbs are being used to treat diabetes. Scientific investigations have confirmed the effectiveness of these herbs. Some of the major diabetes herbs are:
Gymnema sylvestre (family Asclepiadaceae) is a woody climber that grows in tropical forests of the central and southern parts of India. In India, it has been used as a treatment for diabetes mellitus since ancient times. The first scientific confirmation of this traditional use in human diabetics came almost 70 years ago when it was demonstrated that the leaves of GS reduced urine glucose in diabetics.1 Four years later it was shown that GS had a blood glucose lowering effect when there was residual pancreatic function, but was without effect in animals lacking pancreatic function, suggesting a direct effect on the pancreas2.
Pterocarpus marsupium is one of the most highly valued trees of Eastern herbal medicine, renowned for its blood sugar-lowering effect. The tree’s golden heartwood has been found to contain high concentrations of flavonoids, believed to be the source of the tree’s chemical potency. In traditional practice, diabetic patients were given water which had been allowed to sit overnight in a goblet made from Pterocarpus marsupium heartwood.
The results of clinical trials with human subjects3, as well as animal studies, have confirmed the anti-diabetic effect of this valuable plant. Researchers believe that
Pterocarpus acts by reducing the absorption of glucose 4, in the gastrointestinal tract, leading to improved insulin and pro-insulin levels in the blood. In addition, Pterocarpus has been observed to enhance the regeneration of pancreatic B cells. Studies have investigated the cardiotonic, cholesterol reducing and anti-inflammatory actions of this important medicinal plant 5.
Data from the Agricultural Research Unit in Maryland, first published in the New Scientist in August 2000 rekindled the ability of fat cells in diabetics to respond to insulin and greatly increased glucose removal after a regular ntake of cinnamon. It is believed that a substance in cinnamon called MHCP is the main reason for its beneficial results. Many Type II diabetics have already found a new feeling of well-being and improvement in health by using this simple cinnamon supplementation in their diet.Cinnamon zeylaicum has long been known as an "energizing" spice, and it is likely that increasing the intake of this common and cheaply available food will benefit even non-diabetics, if used as a daily energizing tonic.
The insulin resistance that leads to type II diabetes develops relatively slowly as the body ages and even those who have not yet experienced severe symptoms may have some degree of elevated insulin resistance.6
Cinnamon zeylaicumis also a rich source of magnesium, which is essential for maintaining bone density, electrolyte balance, certain enzyme functions and many other crucial biochemical processes. Magnesium is also linked to the more dramatic forms of diabetes that occur earlier in life. 7
Much research has been carried out to establish a metabolic defect in diabetics that prevents the absorption of magnesium. As cinnamon provides a readily available source of MHCP, magnesium and possibly other beneficial substances it seems like a very cost- effective way of offsetting future health problems related to glucose/insulin imbalances as we grow older.
Trigonella foenum graecum: An active component of Trigonella, fenugreek seeds has been found to be associated with a defatted fraction, rich in fibre containing steroidal saponins and proteins 8. A novel amino acid derivative, 4-hydroxyisoleucine, also extracted from fenugreek seeds, has been shown to stimulate glucose-dependent insulin release from isolated rat and human islets 9 . It has been reported also that fenugreek acts by delaying glucose absorption and enhancing its utilization 10. Effects of fenugreek on glucose uptake and utilization have been noted in peripheral tissues 11 and an antioxidant effect has also been described 12
Berberis aristata: Berberine, a natural plant alkaloid, is found in daruhaldi. Berberine administered orally at a dose of 300, 400, or 500 mg each time, three times daily, adjusting the dosage according to the blood glucose levels; for 1-3 months. reported that patients had less thirst, consumed less water and urinated less, had improved strength, and had lower blood pressure. Berberine inhibits absorption of sugars from the intestine and enhances production of insulin13.
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Refrences
1 K.G. Gharpurey, Indian Medical Gazette 1926; 61: 155 (Abstr).
2 K.S. Mhaskar, J.G. Caius, Indian Medical Research Memoirs 1930; 16: 2-75.
3 Faiyaz Ahmad, Parwaiz Khalid, Mohammed Mubin Khan, Meena Chaaubey, Anil K Rastogi, and Jalil R. Kidwai. Hypoglycemic activity of Pterocarpus marsupium wood. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 35 (1991) 71-75.
4 Indian Council of Medical Research. Flexible dose open trail of Vijayasar in cases of newly-diagnosed non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. Indian J Med Res 1998 Jul;108:24-9.
5 Dr. MC Pandey, Prof. PV Sharma. Hypoglycaemic effect of bark of pterocarpus marsupium roxb. The Medicine & Surgery 15 November 1975 p. 21-23.
6 Raza A, Movahed A: Current concepts of cardiovascular diseases in diabetes mellitus. Int J Cardiol 89:123–134, 2003
7 Imparl-Radosevich J, Deas S, Polansky MM, Baedke DA, Ingebrutsen TS, Anderson RA, Graves DJ: Regulation of phosphorylase phosphatase (PTP-1) and insulin receptor kinase by fractions from cinnamon: implications for cinnamon regulation of insulin signaling. Horm Res 50:177–182, 1998
8 Valette G, Sauvaire Y, Beccou JC & Ribes G (1984) Hypocholesterolaemic effect of Fenugreek seeds in dogs.  Athersclerosis 50, 105–111.
9 Ribes Y, Sauvaire C, Da Costa JC & Loubatieres-Mariani MM (1986) . Antidiabetic effects of subtractions from fenugreek seeds in diabetic dogs. Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine 182, 159–166
10 Raghuram TC, Sharma RD, Sivakumar B & Sahay BK (1994) Effect of fenugreek seeds on intravenous glucose disposition in non-insulin dependent diabetic patients. Phytother Res 8, 83–86
11 Sharma RD, Sarkar A, Hazra DK, Mishra B, Singh JB, Sharma SK, Maheshwari BB & Maheshwari DM (1996) Use of fenugreek seed powder in the management of non-insulin depentent diabetes mellitus. Nutr Res 16, 1331–1339.
12 Ravikumar P & Anuradha CV (1999) Effect of fenugreek seeds on blood lipid peroxidation and antioxidants in diabetic rats. Phytother Res 13, 197–201
13 Ni Yanxia, et al., Therapeutic effect of berberine on 60 patients with non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus and experimental research, Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine 1995; 1(2); 91-95.
 
     
 
 













 
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