GTF chromium—200 mcg to 1 g, improves glucose tolerance and stabilizes blood sugar.

Coenzyme Q10—100 mg, may stabilize blood sugar in some diabetics.

Vitamin C—1 to 3 g, improves glucose tolerance reducing insulin needs, fights infections, strengthens blood vessels. In presence of renal insufficiency, see physician before taking megadoses.

Bioflavonoids—1 to 2 g, work synergistically with vitamin C.

Vitamin E—800 IU with mixed tocopherols, prevents vascular complications, improves glucose tolerance;37 supplement may keep Type II from needing insulin.

Vitamin B6—improves glucose tolerance; levels are low in diabetic neuropathy.

Vitamin B12—500 mcg three times daily, reduces nerve damage in diabetics.

Biotin—9 to 16 mg, can reduce blood sugar levels, helps diabetic neuropathy.

Vitamin B1—if deficient.

Vitamin D—can increase insulin secretion and lower blood sugar levels.

Magnesium—300 to 400 mg, diabetics tend to be low in the mineral, can improve insulin production; for diabetics with normal kidney function.

Zinc—15 to 25 mg, diabetics are prone to deficiency, can lower blood sugar levels.

Inositol—500 mg twice daily; may reverse diabetic neuropathy.

Alpha-lipoic acid—600 mg, improves diabetic neuropathy and reduces pain.

Carnitine—1 g, reduces diabetic neuropathy pain, lowers blood fats.

Evening primrose oil—4 to 6 g, helps reduce nerve damage.

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