Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus happens when our blood sugar rises for a long time. Diabetes can be managed if it is treated in early symptoms, but if you let it be untreated it may cause more health problems such as kidney problems, heart-related disease, and stroke.

Vitamins and Minerals

This can help you control diabetes and is beneficial to your body. But before you add this to your diet, consult a health specialist for the advisable amount you should take to avoid an overdose.

ALA and GLA

GLA (gamma-lipoic acid) treats nerve damage and arthritis caused by diabetes. And ALA (alpha-lipoic acid) can lower blood sugar levels and ease the pain from free – radical damage, as well as treat nerve damage.

Biotin

Some studies show that biotin supplements combined with the mineral chromium can lower blood sugar. But taking biotin alone won’t improve your blood sugar levels.

Carnitine (L-Carnitine, Acetyl L-Carnitine)

Carnitine improves physical function and helps our body to produce fats properly. Carnitine also prevents diabetic ketoacidosis by breaking down fatty acids and combining it with acyl residues.

Chromium

Chromium is an essential nutrient in our body that fights against diabetes. This may improve glucose tolerance, decrease glucose levels, lower insulin levels, and cut cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is one of the cofactors for energy production to our bodies. Some studies state that taking this may lower blood sugar levels, oxygenate blood and be able to help some cases of diabetic retinopathy.

Inositol

Inositol treats mental disorders and helps insulin work well. This also helps in reversing the effecta of diabetic neuropathy and might treat pregnant women with diabetes.

Manganese

Manganese deficiency is one of the causes of diabetes. The role of manganese is to manage glucose metabolism.

Zinc

Just like manganese, if there is not enough zinc in our body it can also trigger diabetes. Zinc works with the production and secretion of insulin. If your health specialist detects zinc deficiency im diabetes, he or she will probably suggest that you take supplements that are rich in zinc.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C has a lot of benefits in the body. Vitamin C has a protective role in diabetes by reducing the damage of free radicals.

Vitamin D

This vitamin improves body sensitivity to insulin which is crucial in blood glucose tolerance.

Vitamin E

Some studies show that taking supplements that is rich with vitamin E can reduce the risk of heart attacks due to diabetes. Taking this vitamin can help you with the early sign of diabetes.

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