Gymnemic acid, an anti-sweetener

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Gymnemic acid, an anti-sweetener

 GYMNEMIC ACID Anti-sweetener
The structure of GYMNEMIC ACID consists of a sugar part and a glycone part, so it can bind to the sweet taste buds on the tongue like sugar.

Therefore, when eating sweet after receiving GYMNEMIC ACID, it reduces sugar retention in the tongue. The tongue can taste less sweet.

Can inhibit the transport of sugar, slow down the absorption of sugar in the small intestine. As a result, less sugar is introduced into the body.

In addition, the hypoglycemic effect of GYMNEMIC ACID is associated with stimulating the formation and repair of pancreatic beta cells, inducing more insulin secretion. As a result, blood sugar drops.

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