|Diabetic neuropathy is a painful condition affecting millions. Allopathic medicine offers nothing. But a new study suggests several micronutrients can help.
In this study on 67 adult diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy, researchers wanted to know if simple micronutrients could help ease the pain.
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So each day the researchers gave the participants zinc (20 mg), magnesium (250 mg), vitamin C (200 mg), and vitamin E (100 mg) for four months. The results were impressive.
The participants saw their neuropathic symptoms fall by about 75%. When the researchers added the B family of vitamins, their symptoms fell from a score of 3.45 to 0.64. The daily doses they gave included vitamin B1 (10 mg), B2 (10 mg), B6 (200 mcg), B12 (10 mcg), and folic acid (1 mg).
These doses are not large by any standard. They fall well within the range of most broad spectrum multiple vitamins/mineral supplements. When a doctor tells you that you're just flushing your vitamins and money down the toilet, tell him to read this report – then find another professional.
A supplement like Healthy Resolve would be a great starting point. I'd also add alpha lipoic acid for neuropathy. A great combination product containing alpha lipoic acid is Ubiquinol, which Advanced Bionutritionals specifically designed for mitochondrial health. This can greatly improve the nerve cells causing the pain.
Of course, the most important thing to do here is clean up your diet. The side effect could very well be permanently saying farewell to the diabetes altogether (and its complications).
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