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  1. mulberry travel bag wrote 1055 days ago

    The princess’ preppy vibe is pretty iconic (cropped checked pants and a boat shoe), but floral printed pants and metallic oxfords make for a sharp modern day take.

  2. hollister deutschland wrote 1055 days ago

    A compound in mulberry leaves, known as deoxynojirimycin, prevents diabetes by inhibiting the breakdown of carbohydrates and suppressing blood sugar levels, according to researchers at the Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences in Ibaraki, Japan. Researchers found the mulberry extract to be heat stable and potentially useful for developing mulberry based food products that could be used in the management and prevention of diabetes. Furthermore, mulberry products could be sterilized with heat, making them safe for consumption with fewer preservatives. The study appeared in the April 2010 issue of the “Journal of Food Science.”Researchers at the Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute at Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science in Hangzhou, China, combined 1 deoxynojirimycin from mulberry leaves with polysaccharides to form hybrid molecules that showed good blood sugar lowering effects in lab animals. Daily supplementation with 68 mg per pound of body weight of the mulberry hybrid molecules resulted in significant decline in blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin a measure of blood sugar levels over the four months preceding the test triglycerides and liver enzymes. Body weight, insulin levels and levels of high density lipoprotein, or HDL, the good form of cholesterol, increased. The experimental molecule also protected pancreatic cells from the damaging effects of high blood sugar levels. The study was published in the April 2011 issue of the “Journal of Ethnopharmacology.”


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