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                           *Pycnogenol Pine Bark
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                       * Cinnamon - Organic
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As a naturopathic physician who runs the natural medicine diabetes clinic at Bastyr University in Seattle, Dr. Ryan Bradley has treated hundreds of patients who have successfully weaned off Type 2 medications completely or to a great extent. He highly recommends chromium picolinate. Dr. Bradley recommends you not change any medications (if you are on any) while undergoing at least three months of your personal chromium picolinate trial. He suggests you ask your health practitioner to measure your hemoglobin A1c to get a baseline number before taking chromium, then re-testing three months later.


One important note: Chromium picolinate could indeed lower your blood sugar counts in the first three months of trying it, Keep monitoring. The research on chromium is particularly deep. Clinical trials show that it can actually help diabetes prescription medications work better. Clinical studies indicate Type 2 diabetes patients taking chromium picolinate supplements may require lower doses of insulin, metformin, or sulfonylureas (a group of Type 2 medications including glimepiride, glyburide, glipizide, and chlorpropamide). So, yes, the medical mainstream and Big Pharm are interested. But chromium’s synergistic effect is a huge plus for you, too. If the medication works better, it follows that you can take less of it over time. And, even better, those clinical trials of chromium picolinate show that the supplement helps nine of every 10 volunteers improve glucose control. Some studies have focused strictly on pre-diabetes with similar positive results. What is more, some earlier work showed that Type 2 diabetes patients tested low for chromium.

What chromium appears to do is help insulin stick to cell walls so insulin receptors can take up glucose. Naturopathic medicine students learn in nutrition classes that most Americans are getting less chromium from their diets than two to three decades ago. We can get chromium in foods, but the high-amount sources are limited to egg yolks, beef and brewer’s yeast. But even a regular diet of steak and eggs will not provide enough, especially for a therapeutic effect. It is important to take chromium picolinate because the body absorbs chromium best in this form. The brand most used in clinical trials is Chromax. The federal government recommends that the typical adult gets somewhere between 20 and 40 micrograms of chromium daily. The therapeutic dose for diabetes prevention and treatment is 200 mcg of chromium one to three times daily. Some clinical trials have used up to 1,000 mcg daily (spread over three doses), but researchers do note that the long-term safety at this high daily dosage level is not yet known.

CHROMIUM PICOLINATE, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.

Grant, K.E., Chandler, R.M., Castle, A.M., & Ivy, J.L. (1997). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 29(8), 992-998.

Harris, C, Hoeger, W., Long, E.M., Welch, M., Hafner, T.L., Kjorstad, R.L., & Hopkins, D.R. (1998). Twenty five days of dietary supplementation  with chroma slim augments body fat reduction. Medicine and Science
in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), 62. Krzanowski, J.J. (1996). Chromium picolinate. Journal of the Florida Medical Association, 83(1), 29-31.

Lindemann, M. D., Wood, C. M., Harper, A. F., Komegay, E. T. & Anderson, R. A. (1995). Dietary chromium picolinate additions improve gain-feed and carcass characteristics in growing finishing pigs and increase litter in reproducing sows. Journalof Animal Science, 2, 457-465.

Lukaski, H.C., Bolonchuk, W.W., Siders, W.A., & Milne, D.B. (1996). Chromium supplementation and resistence training: effects on body composition, strength, and trace element status of men.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 63, 

Mooney, K. W. & Cromwell, G. L. (1995). Effects of dietary chromium supplementation on growth, carcass characteristics,and accretion rates of carcass tissues in growing-finishing swine. Journal of Animal Science,73, 51-57.

Schroeder, H.A. (1968). The role of chromium in mammilian nutrition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 21, 230-244.


Dr. Bradley from the Bastyr University natural medicine diabetes clinic admits, “every now and then the ‘dark side’ gets to me.” What the naturopathic physician means is that sometimes, in a weak moment, he wonders if natural treatments for diabetes fit all that well into medical care. He worries about which supplements are proven as both safe and effective. He says Pycnogenol always snaps him out of the funk and “re-inspires [his] belief” and admirable work at Bastyr. Pycnogenol is a registered trademarked supplement derived from the bark of French maritime pine trees. The bark is rich in an antioxidant called oligomeric procyanidins or OPCs. The OPCs appear to lower blood glucose and improve the structure and function of the body’s small blood vessels, which, when exposed to chronic high blood sugar, can lead to such diabetes complications as vision loss, kidney damage, nerve damage, and amputation.

More than 180 studies (mostly European) about Pycnogenol were completed in the last four decades. Findings were overwhelmingly positive in the supplement’s ability to decrease high blood pressure, lower LDL or bad cholesterol, and control blood glucose without adversely affecting all-important insulin levels. One specific plus: Pycnogenol appeared to repair capillaries in the eyes, reducing or eliminating leakage into the retina that, unchecked, could lead to major vision problems or blindness. Not surprisingly, Pycnogenol is the leading prescription among doctors in France who are treating patients for this condition called diabetic retinopathy. The typical dose is 80 to 150 milligrams split up into two or three doses. Pycnogenol has even been used as a localized topical treatment for diabetic ulcers or open sores.

It seems it can greatly affect quality of life and decrease the likelihood of potential infection. In a small clinical trial, 30 subjects with diabetic ulcers were split into four groups: One group used standard medications each day, a second group took only Pycnogenol tablets, another applied two tablets crushed into a fine powder that were applied directly to the ulcerated skin (which was then wrapped), and the fourth group used both the powder application and oral dose. The results: Combination therapy allowed 89 percent of patients to completely heal in the first six weeks, compared to 85 percent for the oral Pycnogenol dose (50mg three times a day), 84 percent for the local application, and a significantly less 61 percent for the standard medications. Another major advantage to this supplement: It has been shown in studies to lower high blood pressure. Anyone diagnosed with Syndrome X would likely benefit from trying

Pycnogenol, and it does not appear to hurt in any case. Research shows the optimal dose for regulating blood sugar level is 200 mg per day split over two to three doses. If high blood pressure is a concern, discover other natural remedies, like pycogenol, that can help.

PYCNOGENOL / PINE BARK, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.


Much of diabetes’ cell damage is oxidative, which means the insulin resistance is working to remove electrons from molecules. It leaves unstable cells that do not process insulin appropriately, and the cells can become chronically inflamed. Alpha-lipoic acid counters the oxidation and restores insulin function. It does this, in part, by removing glucose from the system sooner and delivering it to cells Alpha-lipoic acid is an approved diabetes treatment in Germany, a country that is highly advanced in therapeutic uses of dietary and herbal supplements.


More recent studies indicate alpha-lipoic acid hunts out and offsets the destructive action of maverick AGE “glycotoxin” cells that might be consumed from foods and long stored in the body. One of those AGE foods is barbecued meat, which is ironic since red meat is among the richest food sources of alpha-lipoic acid. It goes back again to cooking that meat at slow-cook, low temperatures rather than the grilling and charring that is on the rise in American homes and restaurants. The therapeutic dose for alpha-lipoic acid is up to 600 milligrams daily, based on research studies. The supplement is typically sold in 50-milligram tablets. Be sure to space your daily dose across two to three times per day. There are two basic forms of alpha-lipoic acid: R and S. Most products are equal parts of both forms. Some natural health practitioners prefer alpha-lipoic acid supplements with only R or marked R-DHLA because the body naturally produces and uses the R form. If you find a R-DHLA product, then the proper dose is 150 to 300 mg per day. ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.


Kim HJ, Chang EJ, Kim HM, et al. Antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid inhibits osteoclast differentiation by reducing nuclear factor-kappaB DNA binding and prevents in vivo bone resorption induced by receptor activator of nuclear factor-kappaB ligand and tumor necrosis factor-alpha. Free Radic Biol Med. 2006 May 1;40(9):1483-93.

Muller L, Menzel H. Studies on the efficacy of lipoate and dihydrolipoate in the alteration of cadmium2+ toxicity in isolated hepatocytes. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1990 May 22;1052(3):386-91.

Anuradha B, Varalakshmi P. Protective role of DL-alpha-lipoic acid against mercury-induced neural lipid peroxidation. Pharmacol Res. 1999 Jan;39(1):67-80.

Magis D, Ambrosini A, Sandor P, Jacquy J, Laloux P, Schoenen J. A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial of thioctic acid in migraine prophylaxis. Headache. 2007 Jan;47(1):52-7.

Beitner H. Randomized, placebo-controlled, double blind study on the clinical efficacy of a cream containing 5% alpha-lipoic acid related to photoageing of facial skin. Br J Dermatol. 2003 Oct;149(4):841-9.



This supplement pairing might seem pedestrian—or sound like a promotional message touting milk—yet major studies show that vitamin D can boost those beta cells in the pancreas that are under constant siege during diabetes. It is also a growing belief among researchers that vitamin D might be able to reduce incidence of Type 1 diabetes, if taken as a supplement even as infants and toddlers. A Tufts University study found that combining calcium (500 mg daily) and vitamin D (700 IU daily) can dramatically curtail the seemingly inevitable rise in blood sugar levels among people 65 and older who have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes.  The study followed its subjects for three years. That 500/700 is a therapeutic dose worth pursuing for your diabetes symptoms. If it means anything to you—and the view here is yes, it should—many researchers and diabetes experts are taking significant doses of vitamin D daily. They anticipate the vitamin D connection to diabetes and Syndrome X prevention will only grow stronger in the next decade. VITAMIN-D, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.


There is no denying the healing potency of cinnamon. This common spice has been proven to help better metabolize glucose and avoid the free radical and oxidative damage to cells that occurs when blood sugar levels remain high. What is more, studies show cinnamon also lowers cholesterol, which means of course that it protects against heart disease and metabolic syndrome. It seems too good to be true, that this delicious and familiar spice is a diabetes super-nutrient.


Research over the last five years validates such lofty status. One representative study divided subjects with Type 2 diabetes into six groups. Three groups took 1, 3 or 6 grams of cinnamon per day for 40 days. The other three groups took placebo capsules that matched up with the 1, 3, and 6 gram groups. At the end of the trial, all three groups taking cinnamon supplements significantly reduced blood glucose, triglycerides, LDL (or bad cholesterol) and overall cholesterol. The placebo groups remained unchanged. The glucose and cardiovascular improvements increased as the cinnamon dose went up. Interestingly, the lowered glucose levels and triglycerides stayed low for 20 days before the end of the supplementation. It is difficult to add six grams of cinnamon to your daily diet, plus there are some researchers who have found that ingesting an overabundance of whole cinnamon might cause an adverse and unwanted reaction.


Cinnamon has some insoluble solids that can lead to potential chromosome abnormalities and, perhaps, pre-cancerous cells. (You know those solids if you have ever tried to stir cinnamon into a hot cup of coffee or cider; there is some residue at the top). Yet the solids/toxins issue is not as scary as it might sound. If you really insist on using your own cinnamon to reach 3 to 6 grams daily, then natural health practitioners recommend using up to one gram in your food and drinks. Boil the rest of your cinnamon dose in water, pouring off the infused water and discarding those solids floating on top. Another option is to take a cinnamon supplement that has already done the boiling treatment for you. Look for a water-soluble extract standardized to 0.95 percent trimeric and tetrameric A-type polymers. Take 125 mg of the extract three times per day. And do not forget to sprinkle some cinnamon into your protein smoothie, onto your oatmeal, or even onto chicken or halibut.


The miracle spice cinnamon is the scented bark of a tropical evergreen tree, native to India and Sri Lanka. Cinnamon comes from an evergreen tree in Southeast Asia and is cultivated widely in Vietnam, China, Burma, and Laos for its bark and the oil processed from the bark. Once upon a time in ancient Rome, cinnamon was worth more than silver. Cinnamon is harvested from the inner bark of the tree branches after scraping off the corky outer layer and then drying the bark. As it dries, the bark curls up into quills which are then cut into sticks to be ground into the spice form. Full of calcium and fiber, cinnamon is one of the oldest known spices, it is mentioned in the Bible and was used in ancient Egypt as medicine, beverage flavoring and an embalming agent.


Professor Daniel Fung, an expert in food science at Kansas State University, says cinnamon contains a compound that has the ability to kill bacteria. "If cinnamon can knock out E.coli 0157:H7, one of the most virulent food-borne microorganisms that exists today, it will certainly have antimicrobial effects on other common food-borne bacteria such as Salmonella and Campylobacter." Now researchers from Tel Aviv University found that extracts from cinnamon bark inhibit the toxic amyloid polypeptide oligomers and fibrils that have been found in Alzheimer's Disease (AD) brain plaque formations. In animal models of Alzheimer's, cinnamon reduced s-amyloid plaques associated with the pathology of AD. Reduction of these proteins can improve mental cognition. In one model, cinnamon extract resolved AD associate reduced longevity, helped recover locomotion defects and completely abolished tetrameric species of plaque in the brain.


Other benefits of cinnamon are: anti-microbial actions, blood sugar balancing, improving colon health, boosting brain function. Cinnamaldehyde in cinnamon has been well researched for its effects on blood platelets which help the blood clot to stop bleeding. Platelets can also cause strokes if they clump together too much. Cinnamon has been shown to help prevent this deadly clumping. Cinnamon will stop vomiting and relieve feelings of nausea. Cinnamon also helps slow tumor growth while inhibiting inflammatory markers connected to cellular proliferation.


Study volunteers who took a cinnamon extract showed significant decreases in fasting blood glucose and increases in lean muscle mass compared with the placebo group. Pre and post study analysis of the extract group revealed a statistically significant decrease in body fat and blood pressure. Research found that cinnamon can have favorable effects on brain function. Participants in a study chewed cinnamon gum or even just smelled the sweet spice. Cognitive tests revealed that subjects who used cinnamon had better memory functions and could process information more quickly. CINNAMON, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.


Mulberry bush. Research studies in China and Japan are portraying mulberry powder or mulberry leaf extract as inhibitors of enzymes that otherwise turn loose glucose in the blood. Food scientists are in agreement that the mulberry plant is medicinal. One recent study published in the Diabetes Care journal reported that a mulberry leaf extract reduced peak post-meal blood sugar spikes by 44 percent, on average. 

One suggested interim approach for mulberry is to purchase a mulberry leaf extract in a 30-to-1 concentrate standardized to contain two percent moranoline content. Pharmacopoeia of the Heavenly Husbandman, the first written documentation of Chinese herbal medicine (dating back to 200 B.C.), called mulberry leaf the "Divine Leaf" because of its healing and anti-aging power. 

Later, the Grand Materia Medica (or Compendium of Materia Medica), written in the 16th century, and the most authoritative classic Chinese herbal textbook, also described mulberry leaf as the "Divine Leaf," saying "It can be boiled to drink as tea, and if taken often can promote beauty and strength digestion. Take the extract twice daily. Mulberry leaves are grown in the deep mountains of Southeast China, harvested in late August, and only leaves on the distal parts of younger branches are picked to ensure the active ingredients are at their richest. A proprietary extraction method is then applied to prepare the final ingredient. MULBERRY,  Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.

Mulberry Leaf and Blood Sugar Management

Andallu R, Varadacharyulu NCh. Control of hyperglycemia and retardation of cataract by mulberry (morus indica L.) leaves in streptozotocin diabetic rats. Indian J. Exp Biol. 2002; 40:791–5.

Andallu B, Suryakantham V, Lakshmi SB, Reddy GK. Effect of mulberry (Morus indica L.) therapy on plasma and erythrocyte membrane lipids in patients with type 2 diabetes. Clin Chim Acta. 2001; 314: 47–53.

Asano N, Yamashita T, Yasuda K, Ikeda K, Kizu H, Kameda Y, et al. Polyhydroxylated alkaloids isolated from mulberry trees (Morus alba L.) and silkworms (Bombyx mori L.). J. Agric Food Chem. 2001; 49:4208–13.

Taniguchi S, Asano N, Tomino F, Miwa I. Potentiation of glucose-induced insulin secretion by fagomine, a pseudo-sugar isolated from mulberry leaves. Horm Metab Res 1998; 30:679–83.

Asano N., Oseki K, Tomioka E, Kizu H, Matsui K. N-containing sugars from Morus alba and their glycosidase inhibitory activities. Carbohydr Res. 1994; 259:243–55.


Fenugreek seeds have long been used in both ayurvedic (India) and traditional Chinese medical practices. In the last two decades, research has discovered and confirmed the seed’s role in reducing blood glucose levels and decreasing the negative heart marker triglycerides. It increase’s HDL, or good cholesterol. A therapeutic dose of roughly 2 grams daily has no toxic effects and has the recent research track record to potentially support your diabetes.

The fenugreek is an annual plant in the family Fabaceae. The fenugreek seed was a traditional remedy used by ancient Egyptians and spread to Asian countries such as China and India. Fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan and also contain saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other active constituents include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids .

The hypoglycemic effects of T. foenum-graecum in rats were firstly reported in 1974. Soon afterwards, the amino acid 2S,3R,4S, 4-hydroxyisoleucine, purified from fenugreek seeds, showed insulinotropic effects which increased peripheral glucose uptake in vitro. The activities of hepatic enzymes hexokinase, glucokinase, G6P, and fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase were reduced in DM rats. Plasma glucose levels decreased after receiving the T. foenum-graecum extract in both non-DM patients and DM patients. Insulin levels were significantly higher in the fenugreek treatment group in comparison to the placebo treatment. A meta-analysis of T. foenum-graecumshowed that the herb may reduce HbA1C by 1.13% (P = 0.03).

Fenugreek seeds are high in soluble fiber, which helps lower blood sugar by slowing down carbohydrate digestion and absorption. Animal research suggests that fenugreek may also contain a substance that stimulates insulin production and improves blood sugar control. In a controlled trial, incorporating 15 grams of powdered fenugreek seed into a meal eaten by people with type 2 diabetes reduced the rise in blood glucose following the meal. Another controlled trial found that taking 2.5 grams of fenugreek twice a day for three months reduced blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. In a double-blind study, 1 gram per day of an extract of fenugreek seeds for two months improved some measures of blood sugar control and insulin function in people with type 2 diabetes. FENUGREEK SEEDS, Also an ingredient which the Diabetic Boost Vitamin contains.

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