In the world of supplements, chondroitin sulfate is recognized for its care of cartilage and disc in Southern New Hampshire back pain. Its reputation continues to evolve in influence on specific conditions from cancer to knee osteoarthritis to cells and nerves. New research positively affects diabetes and its associated osteoporosis and inflammation. New Hampshire Spine and Sport shares these new studies to assist our Southern New Hampshire chiropractic back pain as well as diabetic patients.
CHONDROITIN SULFATE: Diabetes and Inflammation
Chondroitin sulfate is a powerhouse potential for diabetes in addition to disc nutrition. It is reported that it can decrease blood glucose and relieve symptoms associated with diabetes. In new studies, it soothed diabetic osteoporosis and mended the microstructure of bone due to its anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, and bone metabolism-regulating properties in diabetic rats. The research studies keep coming! A recent report states that these outcomes were obtained after 10 weeks of consuming chondroitin sulfate, and serum inflammatory cytokines (TNF-A, IL-1, IL-6, MCP-1) decreased. (1) Part of the chiropractic treatment plan at New Hampshire Spine and Sport is nutrition. The use of chondroitin sulfate is providing benefit that Southern New Hampshire chiropractic patients may appreciate.
CHONDROITIN SULFATE: Diabetic Osteoporosis
In another study of oral chondroitin sulfate and whether it has anti-diabetic features, chondroitin sulfate was taken for 2 months. Preventive properties were revealed. It helped improve the symptoms of diabetes by increasing body weight, reducing water or food intake, decreasing blood glucose, raising bone mineral density (BMD), repairing bone morphology and decreasing femoral osteoclasts. These benefits prompted the researchers to write that chondroitin sulfate could prevent diabetic osteoporosis through decreasing blood glucose along with antioxidative stress, anti-inflammation, and regulation of serum levels of OPG/RANKL. In conclusion, they stated that chondroitin sulfate can capably prevent bone loss brought on by diabetes. (2) New Hampshire Spine and Sport presents this research as a hopeful option for our Southern New Hampshire chiropractic patients with osteoporosis.
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