Vitamins For Diabetics (Diabetiker Vitamins) 30 Tablets
Diabetiker Vitamins 30 Tablets
Dietary supplement with specific vitamins and trace elements, addition to a balanced diet in diabetes.
What role is played by the exchange of sugars?
The energy produced from the breakdown of sugar is needed for the whole organism. Since the formation and conduct of nervous excitement and irritation is dependent on this energy, it is important for the functioning of the nerves. The hormone insulin helps the optimum utilization of sugars in the body. In diabetic patients form too little insulin or their bodies do not respond to this hormone, so sugar can not be fully decomposed to convert into energy. It is therefore of utmost importance diabetics to take sufficient daily dose of vitamins that participate in the metabolism of sugars and particularly in the conversion of sugars into energy to maintain healthy nerves and blood vessels.
Which vitamin is what task?
The metabolism of the sugars is dependent and influenced by other vitamins and minerals.
Vitamin B1 is used to convert sugar into energy. Upon accumulation of sugar it turns into so-called "sorbitol." But sorbitol violates the energy supply necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous system.
If the body has enough vitamin B1 and vitamin B6, conversion of sugars into energy will be hampered both nerves and blood vessels will remain in good functional condition. Vitamin B12 is also prevents nerves from damage.
Vitamin B12, biotin, niacin, folic acid and pantothenic act as enzymes in the breakdown of sugars and are of great importance for maintaining the health of the nerves and blood vessels.
Vitamins C and E and beta carotene act as antioxidants. They protect our body from the effects of "free radicals" - aggressive particles whose impact we are constantly exposed as a result of the harmful effects of the environment or the effects in our own organism Diabetics should pay particular attention to the optimal procurement of these vitamins.
Trace minerals chromium and zinc are of particular importance in diabetes. Studies have shown that increased intake of chromium can result in improved tolerance to sugars. Chromium helps insulin action and is part of the glucose-tolerance factor (OTP) which the cellular level is important for the metabolism of sugars. Zinc is critical for the storage of insulin in the pancreas. It has specific functions in the immune system as well as a significant role in the metabolism of sugars.
Seriously undertake the task to remove vitamin deficiency!
Balanced diet, similar to the natural, ensure the provision of our body with all the necessary vitamins. Modern eating habits and our lifestyle, however, often lead to vitamin deficiency.
In the food additive Vitamins for diabetics provide body a balanced combination of vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin E, vitamin C, beta carotene, zinc and chromium.
A daily intake of one tablet Vitamins for diabetics cover the increased demand for vitamins, which favors metabolism and reduced diabetes-related health risks.
Content 100 g
Table 1. from
428 mg - dose
Vitamin C 21 grams
Vitamin E (ά-TE) 4.2 g 18 mg
Zinc 2.8 g 12.0 mg
Nicotinamide 1.8 g 7.5 mg
Vit. B6 1.4 g 6.0 mg
Pantothenic acid 0.7 g 3.0 mg
Vitamin B1 0.6 g 2.4 mg
Betacarotene 0.5 g 2.0 mg
Vitamin B2 0.4 g 1.5 mg
Folic acid 0.07 g 300 μg
Chrome 0.05 g 200 μg
Biotin 0.007 g 0.03 mg
Vitamin B12 0.0004 g 1.5 μg
The pack contains: 12.84 g = 30 tablets
Nutritional information and energy value
For content 100 g
Table 1. from
428 mg - dose
Protein 7.6 g 32.5 mg
Carbohydrates 3.2 g 13.7 mg
6.14 g fat 26.3 mg
A bakery. (TE) * 0.27 g 0001
* (12 g carbohydrates absorbed = 1 VE)
At 100 grams is 0.27 BE
Usage and dosage:
Take one tablet daily with a little water, without chewing it, best after meals. The adoption of an additional dose vitamins in diabetics can not replace the approved treatment plan, but to complement what is lacking.
The adoption of an additional dose vitamins, zinc and chromium in diabetics can not replace the approved treatment plan - it is only a complement to it and compensate for the shortage in the body. Diabetics have to adhere to diet, to keep a balanced lifestyle with moderate exercise, to conduct regular monitoring of weight and take medications your doctor's instructions.
• Do not exceed the recommended dose!
• Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet!
• Keep out of the reach of children!