Can Benfotiamine Help Alzheimer’s Disease? This what scientists are trying to determine these days. According to Alzheimer's News Today, a large clinical trial has received $45 million in U.S. funding to evaluate the efficacy of benfotiamine — a lab-made precursor of thiamine or vitamin B1 — in slowing the cognitive decline of those with mildAlzheimer’s diseaseor mild cognitive impairment
Because the average American diet consists largely of processed and carb-rich foods, Vitamin B1, or thiamine, deficiency is a common struggle, but that’s especially true for patients with diabetes. Because diabetics are less able to absorb thiamine, one study found that they have about 70 percent less thiamine than the average person.
The phone rings and the phone number that shows up in the caller ID is familiar to me. I will answer this one because I KNOW who is calling and I want to talk - to him!
Too often these days our phones ring and the number is “unavailable” or “unknown” or it comes from a zip code that is local but no name is associated with it. Too often the caller id is some political entity or an organization that wants your attention, or you may have contributed to in the past but you’re not in a position to repeat the donation this year. We hear regularly that scammers are “reaching out” via phone and internet and we’re cautioned to not engage, no matter what. Robocalls bombard us throughout the day in spite of the government’s efforts to thwart them. Noise, noise, noise!
If you have diabetes and suffer from nerve damage as a result, it’s possible that you’ll qualify for disability due to diabetic neuropathy.
Because high blood sugar can damage the body’s delicate nerve fibers, those with neuropathy may experience lessened ability to walk, stand, or control muscle movements. In some cases, chronic pain results, f...
When your doctors can’t ease your diabetic nerve pain, what do you do?
The American Diabetes Association estimates that, as of 2015, about 15 million Americans suffered from diabetic neuropathy. Many of those patients suffer diabetic nerve pain that disrupts their daily activity.
Dr. Jack Butz of BenfoComplete answers many of the phone calls fro...
For patients with diabetes, healthy food is more than a choice. It’s a requirement. It’s a quality-of-life issue that has far-reaching consequences.
Recent studies indicate that all generations, from Baby Boomers to Generation Z, are willing to pay more for healthy food.
In fact, global sales of healthy food products were predicted to hit $1 bi...
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