A new study conducted at Harvard School of Public Health found fish body oil has the potential to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Adiponectin a hormone in the blood stream plays a vital role in the metabolic processes and also in inflammation transition and glucose regulation. In earlier studies it is found that increased levels of adiponectin in body can reduce the risk of heart attacks and Type 2 diabetes.
Jason Wu, PhD, of the Harvard School of Public Health the lead author of the study said "By assessing findings from existing randomized clinical trials, it is found that fish oil supplementation caused modest increases in adiponectin in the blood of humans.”
Adiponectin hormone levels increased by 0.37 ug/mL in the participants who took fish oil according the analysis of the study. However the results show the effect of this fish oil supplement on the hormone is different across various trials.
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Fish oil can lower risk of Type 2 Diabetes
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