The CIS has been cultivated in the Southern Caucasus. Fenugreek is used as a spice and as a medicinal herb in the world. Traditional Chinese herbalists used it for various purposes, including including any problems with the kidneys, and male genital infections, constipation, arteriosclerosis, with a high level of triglycerides and cholesterol. However, the number one reason for that fenugreek is used throughout this problem, associated with diabetes mellitus and glucose intolerance by the body. Senator of Massachusetts may not feel the same. Based on exhaustive research, the European scientific community on Phytotherapy concluded that fenugreek is a subsidiary tool in the treatment of diabetes and hypercholesterolemia. He also has an effect on lipid peroxidation, thereby reducing the level of free radicals in the blood. The German Office for FDA Food and Drug Administration, similar to FDA (USA) acknowledged the usefulness of fenugreek and approved it as one of the plants used for medicinal purposes, in particular, to dissolve the mucous and other secretions, for increased blood flow and inhibit the growth of infections. 7.
CHROME (CHROMIUM POLYNICOTINATE) The product Cinnamon-6 is the form of chromium Chromium Polynicotinat. This form of chromium is more effective and has greater biological activity than any other form of chromium, as it connects elementary chromium niacin (vitamin B-3). This biologically active form of chromium is more absorbable in the body. Chromium was first recognized as an essential trace element for the life of any body in 1955. It is also present in many foods – in brewer's yeast, wheat germ, liver, meat, cheese, beans, peas, whole grains, spices, mushrooms … The body of a healthy person contains on average only a few milligrams of chromium, and it plays an important role in human health. The main role of chromium in the body – is the regulation of blood sugar as a "factor of glucose tolerance." Chromium works with insulin to move sugar from the blood into the tissues of the body to use or deposit.
This trace element is so important for the tolerance of sugar, its lack of strong leads to the development diabetopodobnogo disease. Level chromium is reduced during childbearing, and after his birth, and childhood diabetes, and coronary artery disease (hardening of the arteries leading to heart). Chromium deficiency during pregnancy may explain the diabetes, which develops at the same time (Gestational diabetes), and the interaction of chromium with insulin may also promote rapid weight gain, fluid retention and increased blood pressure that some women experience during pregnancy and afterward. Chromium is essential for normal metabolism of fat ("fat burning") in the body and its deficiency leads to a clearly overweight, obesity.