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The biological clock helps the organism to predict periodic changes in time.
The biological clock helps the organism to predict periodic changes in time, according to a verywellhealth site. According to research at the University of Geneva, a molecule in the lemon skin can be used to repair defective biological clock of insulin producing cells and improve type 2 diabetes.
Almost all cells contain a molecular clock that regulates metabolic function according to the circadian cycle. Recent studies show that impaired circadian rhythm plays a role in many metabolic diseases, including type 2 diabetes.
The researchers were able to modify the disrupted cellular clock and restore the function of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas by using a modulator molecule called Nobiletin derived from lemon peel.
This study shows that by regulating or restarting the biological clock of cells, effective treatment of metabolic diseases such as diabetes can be achieved.