BFC 004: Is Benfotiamine Useful in Treating Neuropathy?

OUR CUSTOMER IS SPEAKING and she thinks Benfotiamine let her paint again!

“I have had Type 1 Diabetes for almost 40 years but my A1C has always been < 6 or 7. Despite the obsessive care I take in keeping my blood sugar stable, I developed neuropathy in my fingers and toes 2 years ago.

I am an artist and I depend on touch. When the neuropathy progressed to the point I could no longer feel my fingers, I searched the Internet for help.

I found https://www.benfocomplete.com/benfotiamine-products/ link and decided to give benfotiamine a try. I have been taking 4 capsules a day for the past year and a half and I am pleased to report that the feeling has completely returned to my fingers. My toes are still slightly numb but nothing like they were before. It took about a month of using benfotiamine before I felt the difference, so do not give up!

I have told all my doctors and almost everyone I know about this remarkable supplement and I will never be without it again. I spent a week in Europe and forgot it for awhile and the numbness came right back, but when I restarted the regimen; my feeling came back almost immediately. I cannot thank you enough.”

WHAT IS NEUROPATHY?

Neuropathy is the term used to describe a problem with the nerves, usually the ‘peripheral nerves’ as opposed to the ‘central nervous system’ (the brain and spinal cord).

Neuropathy (Peripheral Neuropathy) is a disease that most commonly affects the nerves of hands and foot and can cause numbness, pain, burning sensation, imbalance and the toe deformities. It may also cause ulcers and limb loss.

CAUSES OF NEUROPATHY?

There are many factors that cause neuropathy and approximately 30% are of unknown causes. But the most common are Diabetes, B12 or folate vitamin deficiencies, Cancer Treatment (pain following Chemotherapy), Medications, poisons, and Alcohol excess.

WHY NERVES SUFFER?

It is said that nerves suffer due to Mitochondria Dropout. Mitochondria are tiny energy packets found inside cells present within our body. They make energy that the cell uses to heal itself and to maintain electronic gradient.

When these small mitochondria die within cell because of oxidative stress or damage caused to them, then the nerve starts to suffer.

Benfotiamine helps these small mitochondria to repair themselves slowly but steadily. Benfotiamine also helps to generate more energy which the cell uses up to heal itself and maintain electronic gradient.

HOW BENFOTIAMINE HELPS TREAT NEUROPATHY?

Currently there is no CURE for neuropathy, just treatments for the symptoms and the pain. Benfotiamine supplementation might be useful here. Benfotiamine is the synthetic fat-soluble form of Vitamin B1 so it can cross the cell membrane and be retained for a longer period of time.

Our Benfotiamine supplements can help you lead a better life. Our Multi-B Neuropathy Support Formula, which is a combination of benfotiamine with B2, B5, B6, Methyl B-12 and folic acid is a very effective combination of Benfotiamine and other essential B Vitamins. The Multi-B formula is recommended if you are not taking any other Multi-B vitamins. Additionally, we formulated BenfoCreme, an extra strength body butter, which combines Benfotiamine and L-Arginine in a cream which can be applied to areas where there is more pain. BenfoCreme is most effectively used along with Benfotiamine Capsules.

Have questions? Call Dr. Jack at 888-493-8014 or visit our product page here . We are dedicated to serving YOU!

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