Corosolic acid is a naturally occurring compound found in many plants around the world. One of the highest concentrations of corosolic acid is found in a green leafy plant from the Pacific called the Banaba plant. Its actions are similar to alpha-lipoic acid, which is human-made.
If you have problems regulating your blood glucose (or blood sugar, as it’s also called) then corosolic acid will be beneficial to you, as it has the ability to regulate your blood glucose in a safe and easy-to-use form. Its method of action is different from pharmaceuticals that are used for blood glucose control. Not only is it safe to use with pharmaceuticals, but it will also prolong a prescribed drug’s usefulness.
how does the corosolic acid work? There are two possible mechanisms of action for corosolic acid. The first is that it may improve the sensitivity of the insulin receptor on all cells of the body. Insulin has to bind to this receptor to allow blood glucose to enter the cells of your body. If it does not bind to the receptor, this results in increased levels of insulin in your blood, which can damage the nerves, brain, eyes, and any other part of the body that is vulnerable to insulin damage. Corosolic acid improves the sensitivity of the insulin receptor by inhibiting a protein in the body called tyrosine phosphatase, which reduces insulin receptor site activity.
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