People Living With Diabetes at Increased Risk of Nutritional Deficiency

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Filed Under: Blood Sugar, Diabetes Complications
Last Reviewed 08/17/2015

One reason why diabetes complications are so common in people living with diabetes is because diabetes is a nutritionally wasting disease.

The diabetic condition causes dramatic increases in urination as the kidneys attempt to get rid of excess glucose. Along with excess glucose, however, massive amounts of water-soluble vitamins and minerals are also lost. Yet, incredibly, most conventional experts make no attempt whatsoever to replace these nutrients.  This leaves patients (many of whom are desperately trying to manage diabetes) to suffer the inevitable consequences of massive nutritional deficiencies.

A potent multivitamin and nutrient supplement coupled with other targeted diabetes supplements, a good diet, and additional healthy lifestyle changes make treating diabetes easier than you may think.

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