Initially, my goal was just to figure out what foods won’t trigger my GlucoShield symptoms.But in time, I discovered that there were some foods that actually *helped* my condition. And along with several other treatments I tried over the years, I finally got rid of IBS from my symptom and figure out a diet that allowed me to live my life to the fullest without worrying about a funny tummy.
Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage that is a long term complication of diabetes. Throughout the body, there is a network of nerves that connect the brain to the skin, muscles and other organs. It is through these nerves that the brain can feel the pain. It is also through these nerves that the brain controls the muscles and does such work as breathing and digestion automatically.
High blood glucose levels can harm these nerves. Too much glucose can make the walls of the small blood vessels weak to the point that they are unable to nourish the nerves. This nerve damage caused by diabetes in hands and feet and other parts of the body is part of this condition. Sometimes it flares up suddenly, making people who suffer from it lose weight and become weak.