Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal imbalance common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may exerience irregular menses and higher chances of infertility or miscarriage. PCOS is also associated with other problems such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and arteriosclerosis. PCOS causes irregular ovulation (typically less frequent ovulation), so endometrium fails to shed regularly. As a result, abnormal overgrowth of endometrium can lead to endometrial cancer. Not surprisingly, people with PCOS have 3 to 4 times higher incidence of endometrial cancer.
Shawkea T1 and Blood Sugar
Barley grass is famous for its function of lowering blood sugar, but for the same benefit, Shawkea T-1 is 9 times more effective and much safer. Famous for its major effects on improving fertility success rate, Shawkea T-1 is also proven to effectively lower glucose level.
Summary of two research studies regarding Shawkea T-1's effect on glucose level
Study #1: Shawkea T-1 inhibits postprandial glucose from rising
12 mice were divided into two groups with six mice in each. One group of mice were given shawkea T-1 and starch, while the other group were given starch only. Picture #1 demonstrates and compares the two groups' glucose level 30 minutes, 60 minutes, and 90 minutes after starch intake. Both groups' glucose peak at 30 minutes after starch ingestion and decreases after 60 minutes. However, as compared to the control group, glucose level rises more slowly in T-1 experiment group.
Study #2: Shawkea T-1 lowers HbA1CAntibiotic was given to mice to destroy their pancreatic function and induce diabetes. These mice were then divided into two groups: one group taking Shawkea T-1 and the other group not. One month after, T-1 group's HbA1C is lowered from 200mg/dl to 125mg/dl, resuming to normal level. In contrast, the control group's HbA1C rises to 300mg/dl. This study proves Shawkea's effectiveness on lowering glucose level. Therefore, patients with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, high HbA1C, and PCOS all can benefit from taking Shawkea.
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