The formula Glucoprotect thanks constituted by lipoic acid, carnosine and thiamine, facing the glycosylation and reduces the formation of AGE (advanced sweetening finished products).
Lipoic acid as a potent antioxidant dual nature (litofili and hydrophilic) restricts oxidation and protects avaisthites structures of the body affected.
Carnosine is an inhibitor of glycosylation, and reduce the formation of AGE. Studies show that cells of diabetics have lower levels of carnosine and are identical to those of older people.
Chronic hyperglycemia in people with diabetes contributes to the pathogenesis of microvascular disease. Vascular injury associated with diabetes can affect the heart (cardiomyopathy), kidney (nephropathy), the retina (retinopathy) and the peripheral nervous system (neuropathy). In diabetes, hyperglycemia alter the function of the bone marrow derived endothelial progenitor cells (EPC), which is vital for the development of blood vessels. Interestingly, a higher daily intake of thiamine from the diet was associated with greater movement of EPC and healthier vascular endothelium in 88 people with type 2 diabetes.
An inverse correlation was also found between the thiamine concentration in blood plasma in diabetic patients and in the presence of soluble vascular adhesion molecule-1 (sVCAM-1), which is a marker of vascular dysfunction. Early indicators of renal disease include the presence of albumin in the urine, known as mikrolefkomanitouria.