CROROCH & Diabetes
Studies confirming that the vast majority of patients with T2DM are overweight or obese, and obese people are at the highest risk of developing T2DM . In a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies from (US) and Europe, obese men had a 7-fold higher risk of developing T2DM, while obese women a 12-fold higher risk, compared with individuals in the healthy weight range. Patients were defined as obese based on the widely used cut-off of body mass index (BMI) over 30 kg/m2, but similarly increased risks were observed using abdominal obesity, defined by waist circumference of at least 88 cm for women or 102 cm for men
The weight loss increases the body’s ability to eliminate free radicals that increase the rate of insulin failure in blood sugar control
CROROCH have Chromium which increase insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance in Diabetic especially with Type 2 DM and also contain Fiber which does not raise blood glucose levels because it is not digested so help in Maintain blood glucose level.
Everyone suffers diabetes must think deeply in healthy and fat burning diet plan, which actually work fast to be able live in with safe and happy enjoyable life.
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CROROCH and Treating Obesity
Is the first, herbal supplement working by suppressing appetite through its novel mechanism.
CROROCH & Hypertension
Excess weight gain, especially when associated with increased visceral adiposity, is a major cause of hypertension
CROROCH & Cardovascular
Obesity or over weight meaning increase body fat that lead to Dyslipidemia ,increase ( Total And LDL ) Cholesterol , TG , and decrease HDL- Cholesterol that lead to CVDs.
CROROCH & Colon
Psyllium is used clinically as a stomach bulk forming agent, This bulk is retained in stomach then in the colon despite micro-flora as psyllium is poorly fermented
CROROCH & Diabetes
The obesity epidemic is driving the increased prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus
CROROCH & Osteoarthritis
Every 1kg over weight in body make 4 kg over load on Knee and 6 kg over load on Back
CROROCH & Fertility
Obesity can contribute to problems with ovulation and to irregular menstrual periods. It also contributes to a lowered response to fertility treatment and to miscarriages. Research indicates that reducing obesity improves women’s reproductive health.1
CROROCH & Immune Disorder
Of course, the body does not stand idly by in the remnants of harmful processes of oxidation, it has a defensive arsenal is not insignificant to repel the evil destructive particles