Supports Healthy Blood SugarVaxa Diabin was designed by doctors to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
What is Blood Sugar?
Blood sugar is the amount of glucose in our body. The body actually stores many sugars, but one type of sugar we should monitor closely is glucose. Glucose comes from the liver or intestines and is transported by our blood stream to various cells. Glucose, therefore, is responsible for producing energy.
It is normal for our blood glucose to go up after we've eaten. When it goes up, our pancreas produces insulin that helps regulate blood sugar levels.
Blood Sugar Testing - Do you have Type 2 Diabetes?
When doctors want to check for diabetes, specifically Type 2 Diabetes, they usually do a fasting blood sugar test.
There are a few tests that measure blood glucose. One is FBS (fasting blood sugar) and it is used when a person has not eaten for at least eight hours.
Another type of test is the two-hour post-meal test. As the name suggests, it measures our blood two hours after we've eaten. A third kind of test is the RBS (random blood sugar) and it measures our blood sugar regardless of the time we last ate. But because it is random, it measures our glucose at various times of the day. In healthy people, test results do not show wide discrepancies but wide fluctuations in glucose readings may indicate a health problem.
A fourth test - oral glucose tolerance test - is a test that helps in the diagnosis of potential or existing diabetes.
The Relationship of Blood Sugar and Diabetes
If we cannot control our blood sugar levels, two things happen: we either have high levels of blood sugar - hyperglycemia - or low levels - hypoglycemia.
Hyperglycemia can develop into diabetes when left untreated. The most common disease resulting from the inability to maintain healthy blood levels is diabetes mellitus. When your doctor tells you that you have hyperglycemia or can potentially have hyperglycemia, take that as a serious warning.
So whether you are hyperglycemic or already a diabetic, you may want to consider sticking to a healthy and balanced diet and starting a regular exercise program.
Natural Ways to Lower Blood Sugar
Diabetes researchers in the University of Calgary said that aerobic exercise, combined with resistance training, can improve blood sugar levels significantly.
You may also want to consider a holistic approach to your blood sugar or diabetic condition. This means choosing a product that contains special ingredients that are specifically developed to help support normal blood sugar levels. Vaxa Diabin is one such product.
Regulate Blood Sugar Levels NaturallyVaxa's Diabin is the ideal companion to your doctor's prescribed treatment and your lifestyle changes. It is a homeopathic remedy that helps:
Vaxa Diabin is a natural, homeopathic medicinal that supports blood sugar levels. It acts as the perfect nutritional support; research has repeatedly shown that when we eat a balanced meal, our body does not excessively crave for certain foods.
- Optimize the use of insulin
- Control metabolism of glucose
- Enhance insulin properties as it circulates in our system
For both for type I and type II diabetes, you want to have normal blood sugar levels. Stabilized blood sugar levels come from a healthy balance. It is this balance that makes us feel satisfied with the foods we eat, thus avoiding cravings or sudden hunger pangs. You want to regulate your appetite naturally. You need to take in proper nutrients so that our imbalanced sugar levels do not make us overeat or make us crave for junk food.
Vaxa Diabin also comes with a money back guarantee.
What Causes Diabetes?Contrary to popular belief, diabetes is not a health condition caused by too much sugar. Diabetes occurs when we do not produce sufficient amounts of insulin or when we cannot use insulin properly. Insulin converts the sugar in the foods we eat into energy. So it is not the sugar per se, it is the insulin that works on the sugar. If it can't do a good job, then our health is jeopardized.
Three types of diabetes exist:
The most common type of diabetes is type II - majority of diabetic cases fall under this type. It has been suggested that type II diabetes is found mostly in western industrialized countries where the diets are rich in fat and high in sugar. The number of diabetics is on the rise; it is said to be the # 7 cause of death among Americans.
- Type I diabetes is when the body produces insufficient insulin or none at all
- Type II is when the body cannot process insulin properly
- Gestational diabetes - is a condition that occurs at pregnancy. This type of diabetes normally disappears after the baby is born.
- Type I Diabetes: goes by the acronym of IDDM - insulin-dependent
diabetes. It is a disease triggered by T-Cell malfunctions in the cells
of the pancreas. This type of diabetes is said to be hereditary; it
makes people susceptible to injury or that their pancreatic B-cells are
vulnerable. Pancreatic B-cells are responsible for producing and
releasing insulin, but the lack of cellular power is caused by
imbalances in chemicals and in our pH. These disorders occur in many
young people, and this diabetes occurs mostly in childhood.
- Type II Diabetes: goes by the acronym NIDDM - non-insulin dependent diabetes.
Glucose levels are erratic and can lead to hyperglycemia. This type of
diabetes is diet-related and can develop in adulthood. When the
metabolism of glucose is impaired, there is resistance to insulin;
pancreatic B-cells are not able to release insulin. A Type II diabetes
diagnosis could mean that there is insulin insensitivity and changes in
blood sugar levels provoked by unhealthy or imbalanced diets.
Insulin is Crucial
The medical community has established the crucial role of insulin in
First, insulin comes from B-cells. These B-cells are located in the
pancreas and act when blood glucose rises or goes down.
Second, it is necessary for glucose homeostasis. Homeostasis is the body's
tendency to regulate the stability of our system by coordinating
activities in our organs. Our bodies particularly try to maintain this
stability even when there are changes either internally or externally.
Third, insulin takes in the glucose that is produced and stored in the
liver. Fourth, it metabolizes lipids and proteins and synthesizes
Fifth, insulin has been acknowledged as a factor in physical growth and
The danger of diabetes mellitus is that if it is not controlled, it can lead to the following complications: loss of nerve functions, kidney problems, or atherosclerosis. When there is not enough insulin or is used incorrectly, our bodily secretions are erratic. We become candidates for hormonal imbalance and other irregularities.
Danger of Consuming Too Many Carbohydrates
We tend to consume too much carbohydrate (cookies, ice cream, crackers, etc). The refined and processed foods we eat put pressure on our body to digest these foods and process them efficiently. But constant pressure in dealing with processed foods can take its toll.
Have you ever felt a sudden craving for a chocolate bar or something salty like potato chips? This is because our bodies go through empty pockets of energy. When this happens, we tend to overeat - sometimes out of boredom - and then when we're full, we feel drowsy and want to sleep. This cycle repeats itself when we lack nutrients from not eating balanced meals.
Vaxa Diabin: Not Just for Diabetics
Vaxa Diabin is a recommended regimen not just for diabetics but also for pre-diabetics or people who have hormonal imbalances or blood sugar problems. This is because:
- Vaxa Diabin is an advanced homeopathic formulation to provide nutrition for maintaining healthy blood sugar
- The nutrients in Vaxa Diabin are not "selective." By this we mean that these nutrients are good for both diabetics and pre-diabetics, thanks to the substance ChromeMate GTF. ChromeMate GTF is a patented source of safe chromium, noted for its capability to control insulin
- Vaxa Diabin components help the body to strengthen tissues - especially pancreatic tissues. It also helps to lessen the impact of glandular disorders
- The micro-nutrients in Vaxa Diabin help in managing insulin production and use while at the same time help in reducing the amount of sugar in the urine.
Getting to know more about Vaxa DiabinIf you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you have to follow the instructions of your physician. Let him know about other medications and natural supplements you are taking. Diabin is made of only natural ingredients and is a safe, homeopathic formulation. It was developed to help the body process insulin efficiently and to help stabilize blood sugar levels.
Vaxa Diabin has herb-based phytomedicinals that can potentially lower blood sugar levels. It also has BCAAs - branched chain amino acids - which increase insulin sensitivity.
BCAAs also increase the body's ability to synthesize fatty acids and may play a role in the secretion of interleukin and interferon by lymph cells. Many researchers believe that BCAAs can purify blood plasma of diabetics and may also help in regulating hypertension and stabilize heart disorders resulting from diabetic complications.
Vaxa Diabin also contains the Prickly Pear cactus or "Nopal" as it is known in Mexico. A study that appeared in Diabetes Care and later in the Science News, Vol. 133, No.4, January 1988, reported that this desert cactus could lower glucose and insulin levels in diabetics.
If you're looking for a natural treatment to supplement your diabetes treatment protocol, Vaxa Diabin is your safe and effective choice. A study conducted in a Marseilles hospital in France (Sainte-Marguerite Hospital) with non-obese mice that had a predisposition to diabetes reported that the mice can potentially be protected with a Casein-rich diet.
Casein - an ingredient in Vaxa Diabin - was also found to have the highest ratio of essential amino acids to total nitrogen contained in foods and proteins. The Casein in these amino acids fights cytokine inflammation produced by lymphocytes. It can also maintain B-cell integrity in the pancreas. Egg-based proteins (albumin) were not as effective or protective, given that subjects who were given albumin actually developed insulitis within a few weeks. Insulitis is an inflammation of the islands of Langerhans that is possibly caused by a viral infection and may be the initial trigger of diabetes mellitus.
Now you see why people with a history of diabetes in the family should take Vaxa Diabin.
Diabetes can be controlled with the proper medical supervision and nutritional support.
Diabin by Vaxa is made in America to assure quality and safety.