Fenugreek grows in Southeast Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Throughout history and today is used as a spice. Fenugreek affects the levels of insulin in the body. We know that this is the main hormone responsible for transporting substances to muscle cells. Fenugreek contains many alkaloids, steroidal saponins and fiber. Complex substances are welcome for any sport or someone who aspires to a healthy lifestyle. The alkaloids are nitrogenous organic compounds that have physiological effects on the nervous system of humans and animals with a specific bitter taste. Researchers say that fenugreek decreased blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
And we know that high levels of triglycerides in the blood are a precursor to insulin resistance / diabetes /.