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Diabetes is the one of the fastest growing non-communicable diseases worldwide. It is associated with high blood sugar levels, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and kidney problems..

If you have an diabetes, you might want to try an alternative approach in addition to the treatment plan your doctor prescribes. Always discuss this with your doctor first because some can be harmful if you use them incorrectly.


Worldwide, more than 100 million people suffer from diabetes. Diabetic disorders have a genetic background and are divided into two types: juvenile and adult. Juvenile diabetes is generally caused by a genetic defect that leads to an insuffi-cient production of insulin in the body and requires regular insulin injections to control blood sugar levels. The majority of diabetic patients, however, develop this disease as adults. Adult forms of diabetes also have a genetic background. However, the causes that trigger the outbreak of the disease in these patients at any stage in their adult lives have been unknown. It is, therefore, not surprising that diabetes is yet another disease that is still growing on a global scale.


Diabetes – Natural approach

Therapeutic approach
Micronutrients as cell nutrients Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 and Biotin, Chromium, Inositol and Choline
Studies conducted by the Dr. Rath Research insitute  

Health Benefits of Specific Micronutrient Combinations in Diabetes

Diabetes in Children and the Role of Micronutrients

Micronutrient complexes support glucose metabolism in skeletal muscle cells

Nutritional Improvement of Metabolic Syndrome Parameters in Immature Fructose Fed Wild Type Mice


Clinical study Clinical Study Documents Vitamin C Lowers Blood Sugar and Insulin Requirements

Clinical Study Documents More Vitamin C Means Less Insulin

In general, signs and symptoms of diabetes may include:

  • Urinate (pee) a lot, often at night
  • Are very thirsty
  • Lose weight without trying
  • Are very hungry
  • Have blurry vision

Other symptoms may include:

  • Have numb or tingling hands or feet
  • Feel very tired
  • Have very dry skin
  • Have sores that heal slowly
  • Have more infections than usual

Cellular Medicine – Diabetes – Natural approach

Modern Cellular Medicine now provides a breakthrough in our understanding of the causes, prevention and adjunct treatment of adult diabetes. The primary cause of adult onset dia-betes is a long-term deficiency of certain vitamins and other essential nutrients in the millions of cells in the pancreas (the organ that produces insulin), the liver and the blood vessel walls, as well as other organs. On the basis of an inherited dia-betic disorder, deficiencies of vitamins and other essential nutrients can trigger a diabetic metabolism and the onset of adult diabetes. Conversely, the optimum intake of vitamins and other ingredients in cellular health programs can help prevent the onset of adult diabetes and help correct existing diabetic conditions and its complications.

Scientific research and clinical studies have documented the particular value of vitamin C, vitamin E, certain B vitamins, chromium and other essential nutrients in helping to normal-ize a diabetic metabolism and prevent cardiovascular disease.

Prevention is better than treatment. The success of my Cellular Health recommendations for diabetic patients is based on the fact that this program eliminates a deficiency of biological fuel in the millions of cells in the pancreas, liver and blood vessel wall. A natural cardiovascular health program that is able to correct severe conditions such as diabetes is, of course, your best choice in preventing diabetes and its cardio-vascular complications in the first place.

Conventional medicine – Diabetes

Conventional medicine is confined to treating the symptoms of adult diabetes by lowering elevated blood levels of sugar. However, cardiovascular disease and other diabetic complications occur even in those patients with controlled blood sugar levels. Thus, lowering blood sugar levels is a necessary, but incomplete, treatment of diabetic disorders.

Micronutrients that can help with Diabetes – Natural approach

  • Vitamin C: corrects cellular imbalances caused by ele-vated blood sugar levels, contributes to lower insulin requirements, decreases glucose elimination in the urine and, above all, protects the artery walls
  • Vitamin E: provides antioxidant protection and protec-tion of the cell membranes
  • Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 and Biotin: bio-ener-gy carriers of cellular metabolism, improved metabol-ic efficacy, particularly of the liver cells, and the cen-tral unit of the body metabolism
  • Chromium: a trace element that functions as a biocat-alyst for optimum metabolism of glucose and insulin
  • Inositol and Choline: components of lecithin, which are important components of each cell membrane and essential for optimum metabolic transport and supply of each cell with nutrients and other biomolecules

Please note: The most important goal is to provide optimum protection for your artery walls, not to completely replace your insulin. In many cases, particularly in patients with inherited (juvenile) insulin deficiency, this will not be possible.

Dr. Rath Research Institute

The Dr. Rath Research Institute is home to a pharmaceutical grade laboratory equipped with modern scientific tools. It is staffed with world-class scientists from the fields of medicine, biochemistry, cellular biology, toxicology, and nutrition.

Directed by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, the team of scientists conducts innovative research in various aspects of health by applying Dr. Rath’s scientific breakthroughs and using modern techniques and research technologies.

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