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Aztec grain Diabetes Can Save Patients From Heart Failure

The type 2 diabetes can reduce the risk of disturbances or problems at the heart blood vessels by way of accepting a bribe is made from a type of wheat planted by the ancient Aztec tribes, according to research group of Canadian scientists.
Canadian scientists say a type of wheat that is commonly known by ancient Aztec tribal name Salba, when eaten by people with type 2 diabetes as much as two to three grains each day would lower systolic blood pressure and reduce the risk of vascular disease of the heart.

The type 2 diabetes is controlled and monitored (regular treatment) received intake of two or three points on a regular basis during the study period while continuing treatment, "said Dr. Alexandra L. Jenkins told Reuters.

"Effectiveness look after the patients received medical treatment (drugs) in the conventional manner with additional salba," said Jenkins, who worked at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.

Salba is a grain of wheat that was developed from wheat Salvia hispanica L. produced by pharmaceutical companies in Argentina.

Type of wheat is very rich in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, calcium, iron and anti-oxidants.

A total of 11 male patients with type 2 diabetes and 9 female patients with diabetes who consume 37 grams of a controlled salba every day for 12 weeks. After that through the first period and then stopped giving repeated again for 12 weeks.

In the study period that the patients not to change lifestyle patterns, including diet and physical activity. Systolic blood pressure fell significantly from 6.3 mm Hg at the time of using salba.

Canadian scientists find Salba reduced inflammation and blood clotting and improve glycemic control.

"Salba has a long history of use by humans in the absence of contra-indications for individual patients with diabetes in general," said Jenkins.

But he stressed the need to do further studies that include patients with type 2 diabetes in higher numbers to ensure the benefits salba. (Editing / cax)

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