DIAGUD Capsule
Prenatal nutritional supplement with Lycopene & DHA.

Diabetes Nutritional Supplements

Each capsule contains:

Vitamin A

50000 I.U.

Vitamin B1

5.5 mg

Vitamin B2

5 mg

Vitamin B6

1.5 mg

Vitamin B12

100 mcg

Vitamin C

50 mg

Vitamin D3

400 I.U.

Vitamin E Acetate

15 I.U.

Folic Acid

500 mcg

Dibasic calcium phosphate

93.16 mg

Calcium pantothenate

15 mg

Niacinamide

25 mg

Biotin

260 mcg

Zinc Sulphate

27.54 mg

Sodium Selenite

70 mcg

Magnesium Sulphate

40 mg

Manganese sulphate

2 mg

Copper sulphate

500 mcg

Molybdenium

25 mcg

Vanadium

10 mcg

Cromium picolinate

100 mcg

Bitter guard extract

25 mg

Ginseng Extract

21.50 mg

L-Glutamic acid

25 mg

L-Lysine

15 mg

Iso-Leucine

5 mg

Leucine

5 mg

L-Arginine

10 mg

Other ingredients are Gelatin,dicalcium phosphate,magnesium stearate,anti-oxidant.

DESCRIPTION

Complex Vitamins Vitamins B6 and B12 specifically support nerve health, which is critical for addressing conditions such as diabetic neuropathy. Biotin is another B-complex vitamin that is necessary for both metabolism and growth. Biotin is also involved in the manufacture and utilization of protein, fats and carbohydrates.

Vitamin C Vitamin C lowers levels of sorbitol, the sugar that can collect in and damage cells in the eyes, kidneys and nerves.

Vitamin D Vitamin D turns on genes that boost production of antimicrobial peptides called cathelicidins, which destroy viruses, bacteria and other germs. Because people with diabetes are more prone to infections due to diabetic ulcers and periodontal disease, making sure your body has optimal levels of this fat-soluble vitamin is important.

Vitamin E Vitamin E is the body’s premier fat-soluble antioxidant. It improves glucose control and protects blood vessels and nerves from free radical damage, which is accelerated by the diabetes. Studies have shown that high doses of supplemental vitamin E may even reverse damage to nerves caused by diabetes and protect against diabetic cataracts and atherosclerosis.

Magnesium Magnesium is a mineral crucial for energy production and protein synthesis, cellular replication and DNA production. Magnesium has also been shown to decrease insulin resistance, helping to keep blood sugar levels in check.

Chromium Chromium is a trace mineral that improves the action of insulin and helps move glucose and other nutrients into the cells. Chromium doesn’t cause the body to make more insulin—it just helps insulin work better.

At least 15 well-controlled clinical trials examining the effects of supplemental chromium on patients with diabetes, insulin resistance and other blood sugar abnormalities have shown that this mineral improves glucose metabolism.

Vanadium Like chromium, vanadium is also a trace mineral. In the 1980s, research first showed it could lower blood sugars. "Vanadium, along with its heavier cousins, molybedenum and tungsten, can mimic insulin," Weiner says. "In research done with cells, these minerals have been able to replace insulin." However, few studies since support its effectiveness.

INDICATIONS

Nutritional supplement for people with diabetes.

ADVERSE EFFECTS

There are multiple case reports linking dietary supplement use to kidney disease, which is of particular concern because diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease and kidney failure in the United States. Supplement use should be monitored closely in patients who have or are at risk for kidney disease.

Chromium supplements may cause stomach pain and bloating, and there have been a few reports of kidney damage, muscular problems, and skin reactions following large doses.

Information on the safety of herbal supplements for people with diabetes is generally inconclusive or unavailable. Interactions between herbs and conventional diabetes drugs have not been well studied and could be a health risk. For example, in some people cinnamon might worsen liver disease and interact with blood thinners.

No serious side effects were reported in studies where people with diabetes were given magnesium supplements for up to 16 weeks. However, the long-term safety of magnesium supplements for people with diabetes has not been established. Large doses of magnesium in supplements can cause diarrhea and abdominal cramping. Very large doses—more than 5,000 mg/day per day—can be deadly.

Getting too much calcium may interfere with the body’s ability to absorb iron and zinc. Also, calcium supplements can interact with certain medicines.

DOSAGE

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PRESENTATION

DIAGUD Capsules are available as 10X10’s blister pack.

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