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Type II Diabetes medication and diet?

How does Chromium Picolinate (200mg) and Alpha Lipoic Acid (600mg) help Type II Diabetes patients? When should these be taken? Should they be taken every day? How does one combine it with daily 1 X Glibenclamide 5mg and 1 x Metformin Hydrochloride 850mg? What is the diet recommended? It is suggested to take food 6 times instead of three? What does this mean?


One Response to “Type II Diabetes medication and diet?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    these two didn’t help me , but give it a try. Chromium Picolinate (200mg) and Alpha Lipoic Acid (600mg)

    As for the rest of you regimen , here’s the inside scoop.

    There are 4 key steps to controlling glucose levels.
    Here are the 4 keys:
    1) Knowledge-… This is a great site for info
    2) Meds. Metformin to start. Never , ever take Actos or Avandia. They may kill you. Bone fractures, heart problems and what diabetics really don’t need is that they change Bone Stem Cells to Fat Cells.
    3)diet- A low carb diet is in order. I can’t count carbs so I use Mendosa’s Glycemic Index Diet. Great for the whole family.
    4) EXERCISE- Walking is fine but Nordic Walking is Great. Exercise also lowers Glucose levels , lowers Cholesterol and lowers Blood Pressure. Google it.

    Don’t forget the exercise. With the above you may also , one day , if you do the exercise daily, be able to come of some of your diabetic Medicines.

    Do it , it works.

    Good luck , take care



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