VANADIUM PROTECTS THE BETA CELLS OF THE PANCREAS – (11-07-05)

Protective effect of vanadyl sulfate on the pancreas of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats

Ok, so it’s a rat study, but it’s still pretty significant that vanadium in this study was not only able to protect the beta cells of the pancreas (the cells that make insulin), but also may be able to regenerate the cells!! That’s something that mainstream medicine is trying to do w/ beta cell transplants, with minimal results. Of course, maybe we’d need less regeneration if we could quit using the sulfonurea diabetic drugs like Glucotrol that are known to destroy the beta cells of the pancreas.

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