Type 2 diabetes: 9 foods that ‘improve’ insulin sensitivity – all rich in magnesium


    “Magnesium is the second-most-abundant positively charged ion in our cells, so there are several proposed ways that it affects glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity.”

    Her claims are backed by scientific studies.

    One paper, published in the Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences in 2020, found that magnesium supplements “enhance” insulin sensitivity and decrease insulin resistance in diabetic rats.

    It concludes: “Magnesium supplementation has a positive effect on insulin receptor activity and insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes.”


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