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Up to 200 people in Thailand die from diabetes each day.
For every 11 Thai adults, 1 is diagnosed with diabetes,
totalling approximately 5 million patients.
A large number of people, both knowingly and unknowingly, have high blood sugar levels.
Hyperglycemia is a condition in which blood sugar levels are higher than normal.
- More than 99 mg/dL after 8 hours of fasting.
- More than 140 mg/dL after 2 hours of fasting.
People with untreated hyperglycemia can develop
complications that can damage nerves, blood vessels, or organs, leading to serious health problems.
Only 10% of people with diabetes live without complications.
- It is recommended that you take it continually for at least 3 months. In the case of prolonged high blood sugar levels, it is recommended to continue taking it until your blood sugar test results are satisfactory.
- This must be taken along with behavioural adjustments, attention to food, and regular exercise.
- 2 capsules daily after breakfast.
- 1 bottle contains 60 tablets, a 1 month dosage.
- In the case that taking after breakfast and causing dizziness, it is recommended to take after dinner.
L-carnitine : Reduces and controls blood sugar levels from becoming too high.
Capsaicin : Reduce blood sugar levels.
Zinc : Regulates blood sugar. Zinc deficiency can result in insulin resistance and hyperglycemia.
Copper : Important for the body’s metabolic processes. Copper deficiency increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Chromium : Contributes to metabolic function. Maintains sugar levels at normal levels, neither too high nor too low.
Q10 : Antioxidant and heart nourishing.
ALA : Antioxidants help lower blood sugar levels and reduce the possibility of diabetes complications.
People with elevated sugar levels without proper treatment can develop acidosis from the build-up of ketones, which are waste products in the blood and urine. This can lead to other symptoms, such as:
- The breath smells like fruit.
- Shortness of breath
- Dry mouth
- Nausea or vomiting
- Stomach ache
- Weight loss
- Wounds heal more slowly than usual.
- Infection of the vagina or skin
- In severe cases, fainting or unconsciousness.
- Nerve damage can result in sore feet or no sensation, leg hair loss, or erectile dysfunction.
- Stomach and intestinal problems, such as chronic constipation or diarrhea.
Eye, blood vessel, or kidney problems.