It is an improved and fortified version of Polyphosform, which has been developed to obtain a better result and in a shorter period of time. It is suitable for all ages and all types of diabetes. Its advanced natural formula works on Stimulating the beta cells in the pancreas that are responsible for gradually secreting new insulin and helps to metabolize glucose in the blood and slow down the process of insulin resistance. It is included in the composition of vitamins Soluble is important in the metabolic process, especially carbohydrate metabolism, and being soluble, therefore, the human body cannot store it, but rather needs to eat it daily: B vitamins, which are important and useful for diabetics, play a key role in maintaining the general health of the body, as they directly affect the process of energy conversion from the food eaten, And on the work of neurons in the brain and on cell metabolism. There are many benefits that vitamin B can provide to a diabetic patient: in addition to the main minerals necessary for the functioning of mechanisms. The body is healthy by participating in many chemical reactions in the body.
Vitamin: B1 or thiamine: The low levels of thiamine in the blood of a diabetic patient are due to the kidneys excreting thiamine instead of keeping it, and this deficiency leads to an imbalance in the lining of small blood vessels, and this carries the risk of inflammation in the entire blood vessel, and vitamin B1 prevents this problem from occurring.
Vitamin B7: helps manage glucose inside the cell through the enzyme glucokinase, reduce neuropathy in diabetic patients, and reduce sugar level in diabetics when taken with chromium.
Vitamin B9: Improving the body’s ability to absorb some nutrients and use them properly, especially iron and vitamin B12, improve cardiovascular health, and reduce the chances of developing some neurological and psychological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and depression.
Vitamin B12: It works to protect nerves such as the nerves of the extremities as well as the nerves of the digestive system, which are damaged when suffering from diabetes. In addition, it works to control blood sugar levels and ensures that it does not rise or fall below reasonable
Vitamin C: Its importance lies in its effective contribution to stopping oxidative processes that occur in cells, which in turn works to protect the body from the effect of free radicals.
Vitamin A: is necessary for the proper functioning of the beta cells in the pancreas which are responsible for the production of insulin, which in turn helps to regulate blood sugar levels.
Vitamin E: It is considered among the best antioxidants against free radicals that multiply in the case of metabolic imbalance.
Vitamin D: improves insulin secretion, improves glucose tolerance, and enhances insulin sensitivity.
Selenium: It is considered an antioxidant and as a binding element, it increases the effectiveness of the vitamin
Chromium: makes insulin more active by helping it to bind to its receptors. The combination of chromium and biotin improves blood sugar levels.
Barberry: which contains berberine, which lowers blood sugar.
Succinic acid: It is a general accumulator that provides energy for most of the reactions taking place in cells and when this acid is lacking all metabolic processes slow down and succinic acid positively affects the work of the brain and heart and helps to strengthen the immune system and increases resistance to stress. It is an antimicrobial compound as any virus enters the body In humans, it sticks to the cell membrane and penetrates it and begins to multiply, but succinic acid complicates this issue by protecting cell membranes with its antioxidant properties. Also, free radicals begin first of all by destroying the cell membranes, which facilitates the entry of viruses into the cells. In this case, succinic acid becomes the first line of defense and is a member of the carboxylic acid cycle of the Krebs cycle for the synthesis of hemoglobin and protein, in addition to the synthesis of glycogen in the liver and glucose absorption.
Type 2 diabetes (DM) is a common metabolic disorder characterized by hyperplasia caused by various factors including