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You will get 60 capsules X 500 mg for one month supply ,will feel results in 2 or 3 months depending on your system.

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What Are The Problems Associated With Diabetes?

Many people with diabetes eventually develop complications, especially if it is not controlled well. Even if the diabetes is controlled well, complications can still occur. The good news is that short-term complications can be easy to fix and that proper treatment of diabetes usually delays complications.

The bad news is that long-term complications are difficult to control and can cause someone to die earlier than normal. Keep in mind as you read this section that there are some individuals who have had diabetes  for over 50 years and have experienced few complications

This is how Diabetes becomes a Silent Killer

1. Hypoglycemia : A very common short-term complication of diabetes. This complication can occur during treatment if the amount of food eaten and the amount of insulin taken are not balanced properly. Hypoglycemia is more common in people with Type I diabetes but can occur in people with Type 2 Diabetes who take sulfonylurea drugs.

Sulfonyurea drugs increase the production of insulin from cells in the pancreas. If untreated, hypoglycemia can cause seizures, which are involuntary muscle movements and/or decreased awareness of the environment due to overexcitement of nerve cells in the brain. Ketoacidosis  is an example of a short-term complication of diabetes. 

2. Infection :  High levels of sugar in the blood make it more difficult for the body to fight against infections. This can lead to infections of the urinary tract, which is the part of the body that deals with the formation and excretion of urine (pee). To excrete means to release from the body as waste.

3. Eye Problems : Eye problems can develop as a complication, such as retinopathy (also known as diabetic retinopathy), which is damage to the retina and the blood vessels that serve it. The retina is an area at the back of the eye that is sensitive to light.

Blood vessels are tube-shaped structures that carry blood to and from the heart. Both large and small blood vessels also start to break down quicker in people with diabetes mellitus. Blood may also have a difficult time moving throughout the body as a result of diabetes mellitus.

4. Peripheral Neuropathy : Damage to nerve fibers outside of the brain or spine. Peripheral neuropathy can cause a gradual loss of sensation starting at the hands and feet, which sometimes moves up the arms and legs.

Loss of feeling and poor blood circulation makes the body more susceptible to ulcers (open sores) and gangrene (tissue death due to poor blood supply or infection of a wound.). Peripheral neuropathy can also cause dizziness when standing up as well as impotence in men.

5. Problems With Sexual Function : Diabetes may cause difficulties during sexual intercourse, such as erectile dysfunction, soft erection & etc.

6. Kidney Damage : Kidney damage can occur as a complication of diabetes mellitus, which can lead to kidney failure.

7. Heart Disease : Another complication of diabetes mellitus is a higher risk for atherosclerosis, which is a narrowing of arteries (blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart). Atherosclerosis can cause damage to large blood vessels, which is a major cause of stroke and coronary artery disease.

A stroke is a burst artery (a type of blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart) or a blockage of an artery in the brain. Coronary artery disease is a narrowing of coronary arteries, which supply the heart with blood. The narrowing of coronary arteries causes heart damage. People with diabetes also have a greater chance to have increased levels of cholesterol, which can speed up the development of atherosclerosis. Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance found only in animal tissues.

8. Other Complications : High Blood Pressure, Heart Disorders, Strokes and Cataracts are additional complications associated with diabetes mellitus. Cataracts is a darkening of the lens in the eye. The lens is an organ located between the colored part of the eye, that bends light as it enters the eye.

A very important issue for people with diabetes mellitus to be concerned about is good foot care. This is because one complication of diabetes mellitus is ulcers (open sores) on the feet. In severe cases, ulcers can develop 

Directions: 2 capsules twice a day after meals 

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Minerals needed for Blood Sugar Regulation
Are You Mineral Deficient?

Minerals are crucial elements of the biological processes that govern blood sugar metabolism in the body.  Individuals with blood sugar imbalances and diabetes often exhibit mineral deficiencies and have a weakened ability to regulate glucose levels.  Supplementing with high quality, bioavailable minerals improves the body’s ability to modulate glucose levels and can be extremely therapeutic for individuals with deficiencies.
To reduce inflammation and oxidative damage, key antioxidants and minerals are key to fighting these inflammatory and destructive reactions. 
Therefore, individuals with mineral deficiencies should supplement their diet in order to restore optimal vitamin and mineral levels, thus controlling oxidative damage and inflammation.  Minerals are especially important for reducing the occurrence of comorbid conditions common in diabetic individuals such as pancreatic insufficiency, renal disease, neuropathy, and retinopathy.
Minerals are also required for proper insulin function.  Insulin is the hormone that brings blood glucose into cells and therefore lowers blood glucose levels.  Of primary importance to glucose metabolism, inflammation, free radical scavenging, and immune health are the minerals zinc, 
magnesium, chromium, manganese, vanadium, and copper. 

Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes negatively affect zinc homeostasis.  These conditions can cause zinc malabsorption.  Hyperglycemia may also lead to increased excretion of zinc by the kidneys 1.  Zinc is important because it improves insulin’s ability to bind to receptors on cell membranes and transport glucose into the cells to be used as energy.  Thus zinc helps to keep blood sugars out of the bloodstream where they can lead to atherosclerosis and other heart/blood vessel conditions.
Zinc is also needed for the beta cells in the pancreas to even produce insulin, further adding to the imbalances in the body.  Moreover, zinc is an integral component of antioxidant enzymes and a cofactor for enzymatic processes in glucose and sugar metabolism.  High concentrations of glucose levels combined with low zinc levels results in “an increase of free radicals known to cause neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy” seen in diabetic individuals.1

Magnesium is another key mineral deficiency linked with diabetes and blood sugar imbalances.  It is linked with vascular complications and osteoporosis.  Researchers have also found that insulin deficiency (Type 1 Diabetes) or insulin resistance (Type 2) may result in “an impaired ability of insulin to increase intracellular magnesium”1.Interestingly, magnesium deficiency also leads to insulin resistance.  Thus these two aspects of diabetes and blood sugar imbalances result in a vicious cycle of insulin resistance and decreased intracellular magnesium.  Supplementing with magnesium will correct the deficiency and improve other illnesses related to magnesium deficiencies such as cardiovascular disease, neurological complications, or any of the other 300 processes that rely on optimal magnesium levels to function properly.

Chromium increases insulin’s ability to bind to cells, increases insulin receptor numbers on cells, and improves insulin’s ability to detect glucose molecules in the blood.  Often diabetic individuals are deficient in chromium.  Restoring levels in these individuals, especially those with steroid-induced diabetes, improves their blood sugar levels enough for them to decrease or completely go off of their medications, effectively reversing their illness1.

Impaired glucose metabolism has been linked with manganese deficiency, which can lead to pancreatic insufficiencies.  There is low insulin production, expedited deterioration of insulin, and a weakened ability of insulin to function correctly. Manganese is also a component of the free radical scavenger Superoxide Disumutase (SOD) that protects cells, most notably pancreatic beta-cells that produce insulin2.  Supplementing with manganese restores pancreatic function.

Vanadium is believed to enhance the effects of insulin and can also be included in a mineral supplement to support balanced glucose metabolism.  Vanadium may be therapeutic for Type 2 diabetics that have sufficient levels of insulin, as vanadium only enhances insulin function rather than mimic it completely.

Copper levels are often decreased in individuals with long-term blood sugar imbalances.  This can weaken the body’s immune system and depress the ability to fight against harmful free radicals.  Copper is a component of a SOD antioxidant enzyme and a deficiency will surely weaken the body’s defenses.

When choosing mineral supplements, you need to be careful of the ingredients and quality of the supplement.  Most minerals are naturally poorly absorbed and the common, cheap formulations contain mineral forms that are not bioavailable cause digestive problems and nausea, are poorly absorbed, and not well tolerated.

While all of these minerals are critical for healthy function of blood sugar metabolic processes, remember that mineral levels are only one aspect of blood sugar regulation.  If you have blood sugar imbalances, pre-diabetes, diabetes, insulin resistance, hypertension, overweight/obesity, or are suffering from any other chronic health condition, it is critical to consume a low sugar diet in order to reduce inflammation and improve overall balanced cellular metabolism.You also need to have healthy liver and kidney function in order to detoxify toxins, most notably the caffeine, sugar (especially fructose), alcohol, food additives, and pesticides.  Your kidneys also regulate mineral levels in the body, excreting or reabsorbing the nutrients as needed. But kidney function is often depressed in individuals with blood sugar imbalances and diabetes, resulting in an increased risk of multiple mineral 

Restoring nutrient levels and enhancing detoxification performance will help individuals successfully improve their health, lose weight, find increased energy, improve blood sugar levels, reduce oxidative damage, strengthen the immune system, and improve quality of life.
An organic whole foods diet, therapeutic vitamin and mineral support, physical activity, and stress management are all nourishing lifestyle factors that can heal your body and strengthen your well being.