Banaba Leaf Extract Corosolic Acid
Banaba Extract Corosolic Acid Banaba Extract contains Corosolic Acid , a triterpinoid compound known to stimulate glucose transport across cell membranes. Due to this, Banaba Extract helps to regulate blood sugar and insulin levels in the blood. Several studies have shown that oral...
Banaba Extract Corosolic Acid
Banaba Extract contains Corosolic Acid, a triterpinoid compound known to stimulate glucose transport across cell membranes. Due to this, Banaba Extract helps to regulate blood sugar and insulin levels in the blood. Several studies have shown that oral administration of Corosolic Acid significantly reduces blood glucose levels in Type II Diabetes, Similar to that of Insulin. Corosolic Acid has strong antioxidant properties that help to prevent damage by free radicals. According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults in the US have diabetes. That's 8.3% of the population and represents a 14-fold increase since 1960. This high growth has led to a growing number of pharmaceutical drugs attempting to treat the problem -- and with those drugs, a host of dangerous side effects, such as increased risk of heart failure. It's no wonder people are looking for safer, and possibly more effective, natural alternatives. Fortunately, there just might be a powerful natural alternative with banaba leaf extract.
Specification of Banaba Leaf Extract
Product Name: Banaba Leaf Extract
Latin Name: Lagerstroemia speciosa
CAS No.: 4547-24-4
Appearance: Yellow to off white Powder
Standardized Extract Powder: 1%, 10%, 20%, 98% corosolic acid
Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation
Shelf life: 2 years when properly stored.
Packing: 1kg/bag, 5kg/bag, 25KG/Drum, or as your requirements.
Payment terms: T/T in advance, Western Union, Paypal, etc.
Leading time: Usually, 3-5 working days after your payment confirmed.
Banaba Leaf Extract for weight Loss
According to Micro Nutra Health Journal, a common condition known as insulin resistance is a major contributor to obesity. Glucose or blood sugar levels in the bloodstream cause the pancreas to release insulin. When blood sugar is elevated--such as through the consumption of bread and sugary snacks，the pancreas releases an overload of insulin into the body. The effect of having too much insulin in the bloodstream over an extended period may be harmful to the body and contribute to a development of diabetes. However, the most common side effect is weight gain or obesity. When blood sugar levels are elevated, this glucose becomes stored as fat. Therefore, lowering blood sugar levels has a direct effect on losing weight.
Dosage for Fat Loss
Banaba has not yet been examined as a weight loss supplement in humans, but doses of 16 – 48 mg banaba leaf extract have been used for diabetics;
Banaba leaf extract supplements usually come in 60 – 300 mg doses, and may be standardized to contain 1-2% corosolic acid;
Banaba leaves can also come in the form of herbal tea.