Advanced glycation end is a by produces formed by protein or fat combine with sugar caused by cooking meat at high temperature.
The root has been used in traditional and Chinese medicine for the treatment of dyspepsia, gastroparesis, constipation, edema, difficult urination, colic, etc.
Researchers on finding a medical remedy in the inhibition of advanced glycation end (AGE) compared tea flavonoid (-)-epicatechin and -Shogaol, a bioactive compound found in ginger against methylglyoxal (MGO) induced AGE formation.
Dr. Huang Q, the lead scientist in the joint study at the Nanjing Normal University, said, " this is the first study demonstrating the additive MGO trapping efficacy of -shogaol and epicatechin and that -shogaol and epicatechin retained their MGO trapping capacity in mice".
Dr. Zhu Y, the lead scientist said, "...regular consumption of ginger root extract may attenuate the progression of MGO-associated diabetic complications in patients'.
Taken all together, ginger used alone or combined with green tea may be considered function remedies for the production of advanced glycation end products, pending to the confirmation of large and multicenter human study.
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(1) Additive Capacity of -Shogaol and Epicatechin To Trap Methylglyoxal by Huang Q1,2, Wang P2, Zhu Y2, Lv L1, Sang S2. (PubMed)
(2) Bioactive ginger constituents alleviate protein glycation by trapping methylglyoxal by Zhu Y1, Zhao Y1, Wang P1, Ahmedna M2, Sang S1. (PubMed)
(3) Advanced glycation End-products (AGEs): an emerging concern for processed food industries by Chetan Sharma, Amarjeet Kaur, S S Thind, Baljit Singh, and Shiveta Raina. (PMC)