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New study on glucosamine: High doses and prolonged use may lead to risk of developing diabetes

published: 10-29-2010

The Montreal Gazette is reporting that a new study made public yesterday links glucosamine, a popular over-the-counter dietary supplement for joint problems with a risk of developing diabetes. The study, which was published in the Journal of Endocrinology,  looks at in-vitro cell lines from mice and rats.

The experiment showed that the supplement triggers a mechanism intended to lower high blood sugar levels, but it also destroyed about 50 per cent of the cells by affecting SIRT1, a protein crucial to cell survival.

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Study links glucosamine to risk of developing diabetes