NutriBlog by Wholesale Nutrition

A blog about increasing brain and body health using vitamins and supplements with an emphasis on Vitamin C Powder, Sodium Ascorbate and C-Salts: The best form of Vitamin C.


Posts Tagged ‘vitamins diabetes’

Stopping Diabetes Damage With Vitamin C

Researchers have found a way to stop the damage caused by Type 1 Diabetes. Combining insulin with vitamin C produces much better results than vitamin C or insulin alone. [Read more]

Substituting Vitamins and Supplements for Pharmaceuticals in Type 2 Diabetes

Vitamin deficiencies can cause most of the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, which include: polyneuropathy, nephropathy (kidney damage), retinopathy (eye damage) and eventually heart failure. [Read more]

Part 2: I’m diabetic. Which vitamins should I take?

Learn which vitamins can limit the damage done to diabetics’ bodies. Learn about active forms of vitamins and how to get the best vitamin C, vitamin C powder. [Read more]

Part 1: I’m diabetic. Which vitamins should I take?

Learn which vitamins can limit the damage done to diabetics’ bodies. Learn about active forms of vitamins and how to get the best vitamin C, vitamin C powder. [Read more]

Part 2: Controlling Damage by Type 1 Diabetes

Part 2 in the series about how the best vitamin C can reverse damage done by type 1 diabetes. Only purchase the best discount vitamins for this. [Read more]

Part 1: Controlling Damage by Type 1 Diabetes

Part 1 in the series about damage that diabetes can do, even when controlled by insulin. When buying discount vitamins, choose the best vitamin C for type 1 diabetes. [Read more]

Juvenile Diabetes and Vitamin D

Studies have shown that an overwhelming percentage, around 85%, of adolescents with type 1 diabetes have inadequate levels of vitamin D. Using Vitamins and Supplements may be necessary to avoid greater health risks to children with diabetes. [Read more]

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