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Monday, December 5, 2011

Diabetics Need To Top Up Their Multivitamins

By Robbie Bainer

Did you know that someone with diabetes is going to have a much larger deficit of vitamins and minerals than someone without diabetes? This is due entirely to the body's natural processes for balancing and detoxification. Here's how it works:

When a person has diabetes their kidneys assume the responsibility of clearing the body of any unwanted glucose. This happens by pulling a lot of fluid from the body which is where a lot of the vitamins and minerals are stored. The end result is that the average diabetic (more than 20 million of them in the United States at this point) if tested, would be found to have a deficiency in the vitamins and minerals that it definitely needs to function well.

How can we figure out which multivitamins will benefit someone with diabetes? The fascinating part is that when someone asks about what type of multivitamins a diabetic should take they will get the same basic information that says that diet and exercise are the single best "cure" for diabetes.

For a person with diabetes this information can do more harm than good. Especially for a person that has just been diagnosed with diabetes. Typically, a person with diabetes shouldn't begin a strict diet and strenuous exercise routine because they are probably not aware of what will and will not work well for them. The best idea is for them to meet with their doctor that specializes in diabetes and/or a nutritionist to figure out what they should be eating and how how much exercise they should do everyday. This is also important when it comes to multivitamins. A person with diabetes needs to figure out which vitamins are best for them. There are many diabetes facilities that offer seminars for diabetics on eating right, which vitamins to take and what type of exercise works well. The more a person with diabetes educates themselves in terms of eating right, exercise and the benefits of multivitamins the healthier they will be.

You will want to try to find ways of consuming vitamins and minerals through foods, but you also have to be realistic about the volume of food necessary to get adequate supplementation. This is why tablets and capsules are recommended. The following list of vitamins is considered the most useful for those living with diabetes, but as already indicated; you will want to discuss the issue with a physician.

Vitamin C - insulin delivers glucose into the cells, and a diabetic never has adequate glucose to properly "feed" the cells in their body. Vitamin C is molecularly similar to glucose and nearly all diabetics have a deficiency in this essential vitamin;

Vitamin E - a lot of diabetics understand that they are somewhat likely to develop eye trouble at some point in their lives and as well, they may also experience bad circulation in their feet and hands. Vitamin E is incredibly useful in combating these issues by protecting cells from oxidative damage; and

Vitamin B-Complex - a complex vitamin B supplement will help get glucose into cells, protect nerves from damage, and assist in pancreas functions.

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