Alpha Lipoic Acid 600 Mg

Three Natural Ways to Manage Diabetic Neuropathy

Lipoic acid, also called alpha lipoic acid, is an extremely powerful natural antioxidant. High doses of lipoic acid (in the 600 mg range) have been shown in several studies to be an effective therapy for diabetic neuropathy, reducing pain, and improving function in affected patients. Aim for 600-1…

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Supplements to Defeat Diabetic Neuropathy

…inconvenient—it can cause real problems. Fortunately, several supplements are effective in treating diabetic neuropathy. Alpha Lipoic Acid. Also known as lipoic acid or ALA, alpha lipoic acid is my top supplement recommendation for treating diabetic neuropathy. ALA is an extraordinary antioxidant that, in…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…dosages for these glutathione-boosting supplements are: NAC and alpha lipoic acid 600 mg of each 1–3 times a day, plus daily doses of selenium 200–400 mcg; silymarin 900 mg (for liver disease); whey protein 1 scoop; and melatonin 3 mg at bedtime. Make sure your daily multivitamin contains optimal…

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Hope for Hepatitis C

…control.” Together, these supplements thwart the attack on the liver and put the brakes on disease progression. The daily doses are 600 mg of alpha lipoic acid, 900 mg of silymarin (milk thistle extract), and 400 mcg of selenium, taken in divided doses. Dr. Berkson found that when patients with hepatitis…

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