Scientists from Washington identified compounds nicotinamide mononucleotide, which are produced naturally within the body and restore the normal metabolism of sugar in the blood. This discovery may lead to stop the development of type II diabetes.
The researchers were able to normalize sugar levels in diabetic mice by injecting it with a chemical. At the same time it has reduced the level of cholesterol.
As soon as scientists develop a medication option for a person, they will begin clinical tests.
Doctors fed young mice a diet high in fat, which reduced the level of protein NAD, which activates the SIRT1 protein, normalizes metabolism in the body. Although to enter NAD separately can be dangerous for the body, scientists have been able to increase its level by means of nicotinamide mononucleotide.
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After treatment with this substance the mouse is much more receptive to glucose, while female bodies are completely returned to normal functioning. Mouse as male when all improvements have not come in norm.