Pumpkins Reduce Heart Defect Cells of The Pancreas
Chinese study found that eating pumpkins may give patients the opportunity to type I diabetes not taking insulin injections per day, or reduce such injections significantly.
The study published by the French newspaper "Le Journal Santeh" that the diabetes, Type I is the result of an imbalance in the cells that produce insulin in the pancreas.
The researchers found those who conducted the study on rats that the cores of pumpkins reduce the differences between mice infected with diabetes and non-infected mice, from rats subjected to a diet rich in the cores of pumpkins, and shows that the proportion of insulin in mice infected by 5% less than that of the non-infected mice.
The study showed that the core of pumpkins reduce the imbalance in the cells of the pancreas and make it more capable of producing insulin.
The researchers said these findings are very important as it allows the reduction to take insulin injections, but there is still a need for further studies to determine if the pumpkins would serve as the core of the defect in the pancreas in humans