Copyright © 2014 Yingli Jin et al. Egles, MD. Beside its medicinal value, it is also used as a part of various food product developments as food stabilizer, adhesive, and emulsifying agent. 2009 Jan; 79 (1) : 34-9. Below we’ve got a delicious soup that is full of fenugreek, cinnamon, pepper and turmeric to keep you warm in the cold winter months. Moreover, fenugreek miniaturized the adipocytes and increased the mRNA expression levels of differentiation-related genes in adipose tissues. Pooled results showed fenugreek significantly decreased the levels of FBG (MD −0.84 mmol/L; 95% CI −1.38 to −0.31; p=0.002), 2hBG (MD −1.30 mmol/L; 95% CI −1.78 to −0.83; p < 0.0001), HbA1c (MD −1.16; 95% CI −1.23 to −1.09; p < 0.00001) and TC (MD −0.30 mmol/L; 95% CI-0.56 to −0.03; p=0.03). Seeing there may be something as simple as adding a superfood or spice to your diet to stop your diabetes can be enticing, especially during those moments when you are feeling the pangs of diabetes burnout. Fenugreek seeds can benefit diabetes patients due to a natural soluble fiber called galactomannan, which helps slow the rate of sugar absorption into the blood. overall, the findings of the current study indicate that this formulation Om3/terp exhibit attractive properties and can, therefore, be considered for future application in the development of anti-diabetic, anti-hypertensive and hypolipidemic foods. Naturopaths commonly treat kidney ailments with fenugreek, which is believed to reduce the presence of calcium oxalate in kidney stones. Believe me when I say that they are not bitter. As a result, it has also been shown to decrease the body’s insulin response to high glycemic foods. Insulin is such a hormone in pancreas that moves glucose from blood to the cells of the body for energy requirement.