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Description

Antidiabetic Agents

Action

Antidiabetic

Indications



Side Effects



Drug-Vitamin-Herb Interactions


Negative interactions:

Ipriflavone
Ipriflavone may increase the effects of antidiabetics which may cause hypoglycemia.

Potassium citrate
Potassium citrate may decrease levels of sulfonylurea antidiabetic drugs.

St JohnÕs Wort and Dong quai
St JohnÕs Wort and Dong quai may cause sensitivity to sun adding to side effect of antidiabetics.


Mixed interactions:

Chromium
Chromium improves blood sugar control, which may cause hypoglycemia with antidiabetic agents.

Ginseng
Ginseng lowers blood sugar levels, which may cause hypoglycemia with antidiabetic agents.

Magnesium
Diabetes may cause low levels of magnesium.

Magnesium
Magnesium increases the absorption of sulfonylurea antidiabetics.

Magnesium
Magnesium lowers blood sugar levels, which may cause hypoglycemia if used with antidiabetic agents.

Vanadium
Vanadium has an insulin-like action, which may cause hypoglycemia if used with antidiabetic agents.

Vitamin E
Vitamin E improves the response to insulin, which may cause hypoglycemia if used with antidiabetic agents.

Antibiabetic Herbs: Aloe, Bitter mellon, Bilberry, Burdock, Dandelion, Fenugreek, Garlic, Gymnema
Antibiabetic herbs may cause hypoglycemia if used with antidiabetic agents.

Antibiabetic Supplements: Lipoic acid, Carnitine
Antibiabetic supplements may cause hypoglycemia if used with antidiabetic agents.


Positive interactions:

Calcium
Calcium corrects vitamin B12 malabsorption caused by metformin and phenformin.

Coenzyme Q10
Antidiabetic drugs interfere with the activity of enzymes containing CoQ10.

Vitamin B12
Metformin and phenformin cause malabsorption of vitamin B12.

What's your next step?

The next step, after you have been diagnosed with a disease, is to find out what is the specific cause, and then choose supplements that address it. Phone consults are my specialty. Please call my at (239) 659-2684 to schedule a consultation.

The choice is yours

I recommend that you make an informed choice, and the goal of this web site is to provide you with the information to make a wise choice when it comes to your health and wellness.

As you can see, I don't sell any vitamins on this web site. There are thousands of vitamin stores that will sell you whatever vitamin you want, and many of them offer discounts.

If you are interested in some high-quality basic nutritional supplements, I recommend visiting the Store You will find my recommendations for a multiple, tasty chewable fiber wafers, high-potency probiotics, and fish oils.

Good luck in your journey towards health and wellness!!

Why don't you tell me what vitamins to take for this disease?

Unfortunately, that would be a clear violation of FDA regulations. Also, one of the most important aspect of naturopathy is: "Treat the person, not the disease". This is a profound statement, and many people have spent thousands of dollars on vitamins listed in books or web sites for a specific disease. This is what I call "vending machine medicine". It rarely works! The solution is to find a naturopathic physician, such as myself, to assist you.


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