Maintaining the Wellbeing of Diabetics
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Maintaining the Wellbeing of Diabetics

Jan 15, 2021

DIABETONE

Developed to provide the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals required to help safeguard the nutritional requirement of diabetics

It is a vitamin and mineral supplement for those who wish to safeguard their daily diet with key vitamins and minerals. It is not a treatment for diabetes or metabolic control but intended to help maintain overall health and wellbeing.

It does not contain any added sugar, drugs, or hormones.

 

How does Diabetone Help in Pre –Diabetics, and Diabetics

Diabetone contains various Vitamins and minerals that help in combating the complications associated with diabetes.

VITAMIN A

Vitamin A is essential for bone development, skin maintenance, and resistance to infection. It also functions as an antioxidant. Diabetes is a condition of increased oxidative stress and decreased ant oxidative capacity, which adds to the late development of diabetic late complications.

 Increased oxidative stress has demonstrated to create a parallel state with side effects including poor nerve and eye health and compromised cardiovascular health. Emerging evidence also shows that oxidative stress impairs insulin secretion as well as action

THIAMIN (VITAMIN B1) (30mg)

Researchers found people with diabetes expelled thiamine, vitamin B1 from their bodies at 15 times the normal rate in a study of 94 people. Thiamine helps ward off complications such as heart disease and eye problems. Experts said diet supplements could potentially help people with diabetes.

Thiamine may help to ward off vascular problems such as kidney, retina, and nerve damage as well as heart disease and stroke. It works by helping protect cells against the effect of high glucose levels.

RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B2) (5 mg)

Diabetes mellitus is associated with increased production of reactive oxygen species and a reduction in antioxidant defenses. This leads to oxidative stress, which is partly responsible for diabetic complications. Antioxidant micronutrients should be prescribed as adjunctive therapy in patients with diabetes. Indeed, some minerals and vitamins are able to help in the reduction of oxidative stress in diabetic patients by improving glycemic control and/or are able to exert antioxidant activity.

PYRIDOXINE (VITAMIN B6) (25 mg)

Pyridoxine helps reduce the extent of glycosylation in diabetes. It is also important in preventing other diabetic complications because it is an important coenzyme in the cross-linking of collagen and it inhibits platelet aggregation. Vitamin B (6) (pyridoxine) supplementation has been found beneficial in preventing diabetic neuropathy and retinopathy, and the glycosylation of proteins.

NIACIN (VITAMIN B3) (45 mg)

Emerging evidence links a marginal deficiency of niacin with abnormalities in glucose tolerance. Niacin functions as a component of coenzymes involved in glycolysis, fat synthesis, and tissue repair. It is also involved in the structure of the glucose tolerance factor.

VITAMIN B12 

Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell formation. It is also required for the maintenance of the nervous system, and protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism, and energy production.

Vitamin B12 supplementation has been used with some success in treating diabetic neuropathy. This could due to the correction of a deficiency state or to the normalization of the deranged cobalamin metabolism seen in diabetics.

BIOTIN

Biotin has proved to work synergistically with insulin and independently in increasing the activity of glucokinase, an enzyme involved in regulating blood glucose levels. For example, an inverse correlation has been shown to exist between serum biotin and fasting blood sugar levels in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes.

VITAMIN C (120 mg)

Vitamin C has a central role as an antioxidant, particularly with respect to its ability to regenerate vitamin E; it is principally located in the water compartments of cells. Other functions of vitamin C include its participation in oxidation-reductions reactions, synthesis of collagen, and inhibition of glycosylation.

The transport of ascorbic acid into cells is facilitated by insulin. Due to this impaired transport, or because of dietary insufficiency, a relative scorbutic state exists in diabetics, which may be responsible for blood vessel fragility and other abnormalities.

Doctors who recommend vitamin C for diabetes suggest anywhere from 100 to 8,000 milligrams a day.

Clinical studies provide evidence that wound healing in subjects who are not deficient in vitamin C can be significantly accelerated with supplements of this nutrient above the recommended daily allowance.

PANTOTHENIC ACID (10 mg)

Pantothenic acid, as a constituent of coenzyme A (a coenzyme of acetylation), plays a key role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, and is therefore important for the maintenance and repair of all cells and tissues, this is important for diabetics especially since they are more prone to tissue injury due to neuropathy.

IRON (8 mg)

Iron is the essential mineral component of the hemoglobin molecule. Hemoglobin is the essential component of red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the tissues. Anemia is a key early component of diabetic nephropathy and may result in serious consequences if left untreated.

IODINE

Iodine is essential for the synthesis of thyroxine, a hormone from the thyroid gland, which regulates the metabolic rate. A lack of this hormone gives rise to hypothyroidism, symptoms of which are extreme fatigue, goiter, mental slowing, depression, weight gain, and low basal body temperatures

CHROMIUM

Chromium is an essential nutrient involved in the metabolism of glucose, insulin, and blood lipids. Suboptimal dietary intake of chromium is associated with increased risk factors associated with diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Chromium has been shown to improve glucose and related variables in glucose intolerance and diabetes. Chromium increased insulin binding to cells, insulin receptor number and activates the insulin receptor kinase leading to increased sensitivity, recent dietary trends including increased intakes of simple sugars and fats exacerbate the signs of marginal chromium deficiency. Supplementation with chromium leads to significant improvements in people with altered glucose metabolism ranging from mild glucose intolerance to avert diabetes.

Key Points

Nutritional Care for Diabetics

 

1. Diabetone has been clinically tested and shown to help maintain the wellbeing of diabetics in a clinical trial.

 

2. Developed to provide the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals required to help safeguard the nutritional requirement of diabetics.

 

3. Formulated by experts, including the assistance of senior university nutritionists.

 

4. Nutrients included based on well-established published research.

 

5. Contains vitamins B1, B6, and C, which are important factors in glucose metabolism.

 

6. Contains magnesium, to help replace that which can be lost through excess excretion and zinc, which plays an important role in insulin metabolism and action.

 

7. Diabetone has not been tested on animals. Manufactured by a fully licensed pharmaceutical manufacturer, according to strict quality control, manufactures it

 

8. Diabetone is sugar-free and free from artificial colors, gluten, preservatives, fat, salt, and yeast.

 

9. Drug-free, 100% multi-nutrient formula. Diabetone has no known side effects.

 

10. It is a comprehensive formula that safeguards the supply of all major vitamins and minerals, a general multivitamin supplement is not necessary.

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