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As a result of the research, it can be realized. It would be really bad to have a shot of espresso instead of dealing with the insulin needle.
Insulin: a hormone that acts to lower blood sugar and regulate the digestion of carbohydrates in the body.
the possibility of coffee being able to replace insulin injections for diabetics is one of the things that doubled the horizon


In addition to the studies showing that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of death from heart disease, cancer, stroke, respiratory disease, diabetes and kidney disease, it can be said that caffeine, indirectly, has an important place in the future treatment of coffee. The following research details this: the days of the insulin pen may be numbered. According to researchers, the future of diabetes treatment is not a stroke made to the cola after a meal, but instead a shot espresso. scientists hope to change the lives of diabetics who regularly need a needle with an implant containing hundreds of thousands of artificial cells that secrete drugs when they perceive caffeine in the bloodstream. Tests on diabetic rats showed that such an implant, placed under the skin, can be triggered by coffee, tea or caffeine in energy drinks to produce a drug that controls the blood sugar level of the animals. The scientists gave the stronger coffee to raise the dose. ene You can fully integrate it into your lifestyle, gg says martin fussenegger of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. "Depending on how much medication you need a day to regain glucose, you can have a cup of tea or coffee in the morning or afternoon.“
The implant may not be ready for people in short time. fussenegger thinks that it will take a decade to take before the necessary tests are carried out and that experiments have been conducted to show that the approach is safe and effective. if faka works, this method can replace regular injections needed by many diabetes patients. the implant may not need to be changed from 6 months to 1 year, so you can restore your normal life. Swiss researchers, who are writing in nature communications, describe how they changed human cells to produce a diabetes drug called glp-1. The drug stimulates beta cells in the pancreas to produce insulin that controls blood sugar levels. artificial cells contain a "gene circuit" that allows them to detect caffeine molecules in blood flow. When cells detect caffeine, they react by producing glp-1. The implant consists of thousands of gel-like capsules, each containing hundreds of artificial cells. gel capsules protect cells from the immune system, but allow caffeine and glp-1 to come out.
To see how well the cells work, the scientists exposed the cells to various levels of caffeine, chocolate milkshakes, herbal tea, cola, black tea, red bull, starbucks coffee and various instant coffee capsules. herbal tea and chocolate milkshake have no effect on cells; however, all other beverages triggered the production of different amounts of glp-1 depending on the caffeine content. More than 400 million people worldwide are affected by type 2 diabetes, and controlling blood sugar levels is an important part of managing the situation. Although a cure-requiring treatment does not work for everyone, this method can be quite a good development for people in daily life.
source: the guardian and eksisozluk

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