Diabetes

Alpha-Lipoic Acid

The antioxidant’s antioxidant is also called the “universal antioxidant” because it's both water- and fat-soluble, so it can quench free radicals in all areas of the cell.

Researchers at the Linus Pauling Institute say it’s even more than an antioxidant in that it greatly influences important cellular-stress response pathways that both reduce inflammation and increase antioxidant levels in the body.1

Diabetes

The rising tide of diabetes

About 1 out of 15 Americans has diabetes – 20 million of us. Worse, before you develop diabetes you get metabolic syndrome, which is a prediabetes condition that includes elevated blood-sugar levels, high blood pressure or a spare tire around your waist. One in six Americans have this, according to the American Diabetes Association.1

Being pre-diabetic means you’re certainly gunning for diabetes, but it also means you’re also cruising for a coronary. It also means you likely don’t have all the energy you could have.

B Vitamins

B vitamins: anti-stress and much more

Eight is enough when it comes to the B vitamins, as there are eight in all, though the more notable ones are B6, B12, niacin and folic acid.

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