Diabetes Vitamins And Supplements Articles
Learn when you should, or shouldn't, be tested for low levels of vitamin D.
Find out which supplements are right for your body's needs.
Eating a good amount of potassium may be more important for heart health than restricting sodium consumption.
Vitamin B-12 deficiency is more common than you think and can lead to serious problems. Here are the symptoms to watch for and how to treat them.
Learn the symptoms and causes of magnesium deficiency.
Taking chromium supplements has long been suggested for lowering blood sugar with diabetes - but new research suggests it may not work as well as we thought.
Learn why vitamin D is so important for those with diabetes, and what to do to get more of this essential nutrient.
Some supplements claim to help diabetes, but you may not get what you pay for and that could be dangerous. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
Check out the benefits of coQ10 supplementation.
People with diabetes are often more likely to develop complications, but there are things we can do to help keep those complications at bay.
A physician believes that we may be taking too much of a good thing—vitamins. What role should vitamins play in the diet of people with diabetes?
Diabetes interferes with how your body processes sugar and changes how it absorbs or metabolizes some vitamins. A vitamin deficiency can worsen your condition.
A Certified Diabetes Educator names four supplements that may have important benefits for people with diabetes.
Omega 3 has gained a lot of attention lately because of the health benefits associated with it.
It is estimated that approximately one billion people worldwide have a vitamin D deficiency. I am one of them.