A wild species of banana native to South Asia found to have powerful antidiabetic properties

(Natural News) Researchers from India studied a wild species of banana (Musa balbisiana Colla) found in South Asia which showed promising antidiabetic properties. M. balbisiana C. or wild banana is an ancestor of cultivated plantains. M. balbisiana C. was found to contain phytochemicals which can work against diabetes. Specifically, extracts from the seeds yielded a phytochemical called alpiforol which showed…

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