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Unveiling the Role of a Diabetic Multivitamin

A growing number of experts and studies suggest a link between micronutrient deficiencies, Prediabetes and Diabetes as well as showing benefits to taking nutritional supplements for the management of both conditions. Multivitamins, minerals, amino acids and herbs have been found to play a critical role in blood sugar metabolism, enzymatic activation, insulin production, and its sensitivity or effectiveness amongst individuals at high risk of or newly diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes.1,2,3

Some micronutrient deficiencies may be an underlying cause of many chronic diseases, metabolic disorders and modern lifestyle health complaints such as insulin resistance or glucose intolerance, PreDiabetes, Diabetes, hormonal imbalance, polycystic ovary syndrome and central obesity, which may gradually affect kidney, heart, liver, eyes, brain, prostate, reproductive system functions, and various neuro-degenerative diseases.1,2,3

If you are regarded ‘a risk’ for Prediabetes, Diabetes, and complications thereof, you may need to seriously consider supplementation with multivitamins, minerals, amino acids and herbs.


① American Diabetic Association. Vitamins and Diabetes: ADA. Accessed on 10 October 2023 Available at https://diabetes.org/food-nutrition/diabetes-vitamins-supplements

② The National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health (2 November 2022). Vitamin deficiencies considered ‘a risk’ for Diabetes and its complications. Accessed on 10 October 2023 Available at https://www.nccih.nih.gov/

③ ML Petroni, L Brodosi et al. (10 August 2021). Nutrition in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: Present Knowledge and Remaining Challenges. Nutrients 2021, 13(8), 2748; https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13082748

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