2012

Natural Ingredients for Foods That Improve Insulin Sensitivity

Healthy people and pre-diabetic individuals may have a reduced sensitivity (or resistance) to insulin. A company seeks natural ingredients that can be added to foods that will enhance the body’s sensitivity to insulin, and help maintain post-absorptive blood glucose control at a healthy level. The company is looking for ways to decrease the incidence of risk factors for diabetes (such as impaired fasting glucose) by locating natural edible compounds or extracts that improve insulin sensitivity.

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