A species of wild climbing rose found to be effective alternative treatment for diabetes; it inhibits the conversion of starch to sugar

A species of wild climbing rose found to be effective alternative treatment for diabetes; it inhibits the conversion of starch to sugar
(Natural News) The next big thing in diabetes treatment may just be in your garden. The dog-rose, a hedge plant native to Europe and Africa, has shown antidiabetic properties, according to researchers from the High School of Sciences and Technology of Tunis and the National Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology in Tunisia. The study, titled Antioxidant activity and…
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