Nutrtion Information

Supplement Guide for Type II Diabetics

 

 

Vitamins
A 5000 IU
Beta-carotene 15000 IU
C 2000 mg
D 400 IU
E 800 IU
Folic Acid 400 mcg
B1(thiamine) 50 mg
B2 (riboflavin) 50 mg
B3 (niacinamide) 100 mg
B5 (pantothenic acid) 50 mg
B6 (pyridoxine) 75 mg
B12 (cyanacobalamin) 100 mcg
Biotin 16 mg *
Inositol 40 mg
Minerals:
Calcium 1000 mg
Iodine 150 mcg
Magnesium 1000 mg *
Zinc 30 mg
Copper 2 mg
Manganese 10 mg
Chromium (picolinate) 400 mcg *
Selenium 200 mcg
Potassium 99 mg
Molybdenum 125 mcg
Silica 25 mcg
 

Bioflavonoids

100 mg
 
Targeted Supplements:
Vanadyl sulfate Lowers blood sugar 45-100 mg
Lipoic acid Protects against diabetic neuropathy and lowers blood sugar 200-600 mg
Nicotinamide For new-onset type 1 diabetics only 25 mg/ kg
EPA (omega-3, fish oil) Protects cardiovascular system 2000-4000 mg
GLA (omega-6, borage or primrose oil) Protects against diabetic neuropathy 240-480 mg
Gymnema sylvestra Lowers blood sugar 400 mg
Banaba leaf Lowers blood sugar 48 mg
Garlic Protects cardiovascular system 1 clove
Bitter Melon Lowers blood sugar 2-4 oz
Bilberry Protects eyes 320 mg (standardized)
Ginkgo biloba Enhances circulation, improves memory 120 mg (standardized)
Grapeseed extract Circulatory disorders 100-150 mg
Pycnogenol Facilitates weight loss 7-9 caps/ day
 

Nutrition Guidelines for Diabetes