The therapeutic effect of Sadifit is due to the ability of biologically active substances of these medicinal plants to positively influence the carbohydrate metabolism in the body, the synthesis of glucose in the liver and the process of insulin release from pancreatic cells.
The tubers of Jerusalem artichoke and the leaves of the blueberry that make up the collection contain inulin, an organic substance from the group of polysaccharides, which has a high biological activity aimed at regulating carbohydrate-fat metabolism and preventing an energy deficit in diabetes mellitus. If glucose ceases to be absorbed by an organism of a patient with type II diabetes, inulin is able to replace it.
The leaves of ordinary bean fruits contain a large amount of conditionally indispensable amino acid arginine (2-amino-5-guanidinpentanoic acid), which has an insulin-like effect on the metabolism in diabetic patients.
Stevia is a natural substitute for sugar. Of the eight diprotenic glycosides contained in the leaves of stevia, the most sweet are stevioside and rebaudioside - 150-300 times sweeter than sucrose with negligible caloric value. Stevioside reduces the level of glucose and cholesterol in the blood. In diabetes, it interferes with the development of both hypoglycemia (lowering blood sugar levels) and hyperglycemia (increasing the sugar content in the blood), which can significantly reduce the dose of insulin or antidiabetics taken orally.
In addition, the composition of stevia contains amino acids, trace elements, minerals, pectins, tannins, vitamins and antioxidants that promote the restoration of metabolism in the body, stimulate the digestive system, liver and pancreas.
Sadifit helps reduce blood levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), which is significantly increased in diabetes mellitus. Thus, the preparation improves the elasticity of the walls of the vessels and reduces the risk of atherosclerosis. In addition, Sadifit has a pronounced anti-inflammatory and choleretic effect.