Scientists have developed insulin pills.
Researchers have tried to make insulin tablets in the past, but the biggest obstacle to taking insulin orally is the neutral particles of gastric acid, which prevent them from entering the intestine smoothly.
Dr. M says technology has been developed to wrap insulin in C vesicles, creating a barrier between insulin and gastric acid so that it is not absorbed. Once C reaches the intestine, the body absorbs it. When the vesicles enter the blood through the intestine, the cells break down the lipid vesicles that contain insulin to release insulin.
At present, researchers have carried out animal experiments on vesicles.