Hopefully by now you are realizing just how important vitamins and minerals are to your health as a diabetic. In fact, if it’s difficult for the average person to get enough vitamins and minerals from their food, then imagine how difficult it is for a diabetic to do so!
Taking a multivitamin with minerals is a good start, but it’s not enough. You need to go the entire distance and get a customized Reversirol report of which exact vitamin and mineral you need and in what dosage for what amount of time.
Many people report that by taking their vitamins and minerals, they feel much better than when they don’t.
But what about the reports that say that vitamins don’t do any good? You may be wondering this…
The answer is that many of those research studies are quite flawed. The researchers make mistakes and they’re often bad ones! For example, they won’t use the right form of a vitamin or mineral. Or they will neglect to even run an assay or a lab test to determine whether or not the vitamin or mineral levels were low in the first place.
This second error is pretty bad. Think about it. If you want to see if a vitamin is going to benefit a patient or a research volunteer, then you must recall the basic principle of nutrition: giving vitamins and/or minerals to someone who has adequate levels does absolutely no good! It would be similar to putting more gasoline into your car when the levels in the gas tank are already at three-quarters full. Will you get any extra benefits? No, except in the car case, you may travel more distance. But you don’t travel more distance figuratively speaking when you give someone extra vitamins or minerals when they didn’t need them.
The vitamin and mineral deficiency signs and symptoms were established back in the years between 1920 and late 1970s. These research studies proved that if someone has a deficiency, certain signs and symptoms occur. And by replacing them into the diet, the signs and symptoms go away.
So don’t fear the news reports that say that you aren’t benefiting from vitamin supplements. If you need them, you will benefit. Try them and see. The difference can often be seen in a week or two. But please do so with the aide of a health professional who can actually test you for where your levels are.
When you have diabetes, Type 1 or Type 2, many uninformed or unscrupulous people are more than happy to sell you an array of unproven treatments. Another reason for you to consult with a health professional who can guide your choice of vitamins and anti-diabetic supplements