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    Ziabex Capsules
    Most Effective
    Diabetes Control Supplement
    100% Herbal Formula

    Ziabex is a natural pill that helps control, monitor, and normalize blood sugar levels. Effectively manages Type 2 diabetes Increases glucose utilization and inhibits glucose absorption. 100% herbal, all natural and Anti –Oxidant Side effect free formula. Ziabex herbal diabetes capsules are proved to be highly effective with small dosage and no side effect, and is especially effective for incipient, mild, moderate and stable cases of diabetes mellitus in which the pancreas is still partially functioning.
    "Diabetes mellitus... often referred to simply as diabetes... is a syndrome characterized by disordered metabolism and abnormally high blood sugar (hyperglycaemia) resulting from insufficient levels of the hormone insulin, with or without additional resistance to insulin's effects in many body cells. The characteristic symptoms are excessive urine production (polyuria) due to high blood glucose levels, excessive thirst and increased fluid intake (polydipsia) attempting to compensate for increased urination, blurred vision due to high blood glucose effects on the eye's optics, unexplained weight loss, and lethargy. These symptoms are likely to be less apparent if the blood sugar is only mildly elevated." ( Wikipedia )

    What is Diabetes ?
    In the simplest terms diabetes mellitus (commonly referred to as just "diabetes") is a blood sugar disease. A disease in which the body either does not produce or does not properly utilize insulin.
    Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. Because diabetics have a problem with insulin, their body's can't use glucose (blood sugar) for energy, which results in elevated blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) and the eventual urination of sugar out of their bodies. As a result diabetics can literally starve themselves to death.
    There are three main types of diabetes:
    Type 1 ("insulin-dependent" and previously called "juvenile diabetes"). Type 1 diabetes is associated with a malfunctioning pancreas which does not produce adequate amounts of insulin. It develops most often in children and young adults. Type 1 diabetes is traditionally treated with insulin.

    Type 2 ("noninsulin-dependent" or sometomes called "adult-onset diabetes"). Type 2 diabetes is associated with insulin resistant cells. It is much more common and usually develops in older adults. Type 2 diabetes is now being found at younger ages and is even being diagnosed among children and teens.

    Gestational (pregnancy-related). Some women develop diabetes during pregnancy usually toward the end of pregnancy. It effects approximately 3 to 5 percent of all pregnant women. Although it goes away after pregnancy, these women have a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes later in life.

    Symptoms of Diabetes :
    Millions of people have diabetes and don't even know it because the symptoms develop so gradually, people often don't recognize them. Some people, particularly pre-diabetics, have no symptoms at all. Diabetics may have SOME or NONE of the following symptoms:

    • Frequent urination
    • Excessive thirst
    • Extreme hunger
    • Unexplained weight loss
    • Sudden vision changes
    • Tingling or numbness in hands or feet
    • Poor circulation
    • Poor sleep
    • Feeling very tired much of the time
    • Irritability
    • Very dry skin
    • Sores that are slow to heal
    • More infections than usual
    Ingredients:
    Each capsule of Ziabex contains;
    • Tuma roots (Citrullus colocynthis ) 30mg
    • Gur mar booty (Gymnema Sylvestre) 90 mg
    • Paneer doda or Ning gu shui qie(Withania coagulans) 50 mg
    • Tukhm-e-Sars 90mg
    • Kalonji(Nigella Sativa) 90mg
    • Ajwain (carum capticum Or Trachyspermum copticum) 90mg
    • Gum Akakia 50mg
    • Gum Tragacanth 50mg
    Herbal Ingredient Information:
    Since ancient times, various herbs are being used to treat diabetes . Scientific investigations have confirmed the effectiveness of these herbs.
    Citrullus colocynthis is used as medicine from hundreds of years. It is used to treat diabetes in Saudi arabia, Iran and Pakistan. It is also a famous herbal remedy for Constipation, Tumors, Liver disorders, Jaundice, Ascites, Ulcers, Menstrual disorders, Urine infection, cancer and Menstrual disturbances. Its use above 30 grams in a day can result toxic effects.
    The leaves Gymnema Sylvestre are used in herbal medicine preparations. G. sylvestre is known as "periploca of the woods" in English and meshasringi (meaning “ram’s horn”) in Sanskrit. The leaves, when
    chewed, interfere with the ability to taste sweetness, which explains the Hindi name gurmar—
    “destroyer of sugar.”
    Gymnema has been used in India for the treatment of type 1 and type 2 diabetes for over 2,000 years. The leaves were also used for stomach ailments, constipation, water retention, and liver disease.


    The fruit of the herb Withania coagulans is beneficial in diabetes. By regulating the pancreas in human body, it helps in increasing the insulin and balances the quantity of glucose. It helps in producing red blood cells and controls metabolism process.
    According to a study from India, "Administration of aqueous extract of fruits of Withania coagulans Dunal significantly lowered the blood sugar, serum cholesterol, serum LPO, and hepatic LPO levels at the highest concentration of 1 g/kg; po in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats." "In normal rats as well, the blood sugar levels were significantly decreased following treatment with the above drug," reported S. Hemalatha and colleagues at Banaras Hindu University. "Withania coagulans also exhibited free radical scavenging activity in an in vitro system.

    Recommended Dosage:
    • 1-2 capsules twice a day, or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.
    • Take Ziabex by mouth with or without food with a full glass of water (8 oz/240 mL). Do not take ziabex with other liquids.
    • It is better to take ziabex before your meals, preferably 15 minutes before meals.
    • Continue to take Ziabex daily to control your sugar level.
    Side Effects:
    Ziabex Herbal Capsules do not have any side effects. It will not decrease your sugar level too low. Most probably you can get semi loose motions for a few days, which will be not harmful and indicate that the formula is working for your body.
    - Please read the Important Product Information and discuss it with your doctor or health care professional.
    - There is limited experience with use of ziabex during pregnancy. This supplement should not be used during pregnancy unless advised by your doctor.


    How Ziabex ™ Works?
    Ziabex increases secretion of insulin by increasing the cAMP content of the islets which is associated with the increased insulin release and conversion of proinsulin to insulin. Besides, Ziabex stimulates glucose-induced insulin release, Promotes regeneration of islet cells, Checks glucose absorption from intestine and inhibits alpha-glycosidase.
    And adding to all of this – it also increases utilization of glucose by increasing the activities of enzymes responsible for utilization of glucose by insulin-dependant pathways.


    Causes Of Diabetes :
    Type 1 Diabetes
    Interspersed evenly throughout the pancreas, is a very specialized tissue, containing cells which make and secrete hormones. This tissue, called the "Islets of Langerhans" is named after the German pathologist Paul Langerhans, who discovered them in 1869. Through a microscope, Langerhans observed these cells cluster in groups, which he likened to little islands in the pancreas.
    One such group of cells, the beta cells, produce insulin in response to blood glucose. These beta cells are tiny insulin factories that sense the level of glucose in the blood stream, and produce insulin in precise proportion to that level. Therefore, following a meal, blood sugar levels will rise significantly, and the beta cells will release a large amount of insulin. This insulin will cause body cells to take up the sugar, causing blood sugar to quickly return to its normal range. Once blood sugar is in the normal range, the beta cells will reduce the output of insulin to an idling state. In this way, the beta cells adjust their production of insulin on a minute-by-minute basis, always producing just enough insulin to deal with the amount of blood sugar presently in the blood stream.

    In type 1 diabetes, the islets are destroyed by the person's own immune system, which mistakenly identifies these essential cells as foreign invaders. This self-destructive mechanism is the basis of many so-called autoimmune diseases. Once the islets are killed, the ability to produce insulin is lost, and the overt symptoms and consequences of diabetes begin.

    Type 2 Diabetes
    The most common causes of type 2 diabetes are poor diet and/or lack of exercise, both of which can result in insulin resistance . . . a condition where the cells in our bodies aren't sensitive enough to react to the insulin produced by our pancreas.

    Recent research suggests that the root cause of insulin resistance is a breakdown in intercellular signaling. Insulin is a chemical messenger. It signals proteins called GLUT-4 transporters (residing within the cell) to rise up to the cell's membrane, where they can grab on to glucose and take it inside the cell. In patients with insulin resistance, the cells don't get the message. They simply can't hear insulin "knocking" on the door, which results in elevated blood levels of both insulin and glucose.

    In the early stages of insulin resistance, the pancreas compensates by producing more and more insulin, and so the "knocking" becomes louder and louder. The message is eventually "heard", enabling glucose transportation into the cells, resulting in the eventual normalization of blood glucose levels. This is known as "compensated insulin resistance".

    Over time, the stress of excessive insulin production wears out the pancreas and it cannot keep up this accelerated output. As a result, glucose levels remain elevated for prolonged periods. This is called "uncompensated insulin resistance" and is the essence of advanced type 2 diabetes.

    Type 2 diabetes is characterized by a series of chain reactions:
    The ingestion of too many carbohydrates leads to a spike in blood sugar levels.
    This is followed by a corresponding rise in insulin.
    This in turn causes blood sugar to drop.
    Eventually, this drastic up-and-down activity begins to take its toll on the body's ability to use insulin and thus metabolize sugar. Over time, the pancreas "wears out" and can no longer pump out enough insulin to overcome this insulin resistance.
    This results in a decreased insulin production and/or increased insulin resistance which propagates the cycle and leads to the onset of diabetes.
    It is not known if obesity causes insulin resistance; or if insulin resistance causes obesity; or if they develop independently. We do know that insulin resistance is correlated to obesity . . . particularly the type where your weight collects around your middle (like an apple). We also know that physical inactivity contributes to insulin resistance, as does eating too much dietary carbohydrate.


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