A new study published in the journal Epigenomics found that vitamin B12 supplements may reduce the risk of diabetes.
As Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine research has shown, the primary cause of adult onset diabetes is a chronic deficiency of certain vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients in the cells of the pancreas (the organ that produces insulin), the liver, the blood vessel walls, and other organs. For optimum reduction of the risk of developing diabetes, it is therefore not just vitamin B12 that is needed.
Scientific research and clinical studies have clearly documented the synergistic roles of vitamin C, vitamin E, B vitamins, chromium, and other essential nutrients in normalizing a diabetic metabolism and preventing its key complications such as cardiovascular disease.
To learn more about the natural prevention and control of diabetes, read chapter 7 of Dr. Rath’s lifesaving book, Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!