Multi-vitamins and Diabetes

Sunday 11 August 2019

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Goh Tong Jaya
Today I want to share with you a snippet of an article I read. It says that currently the percentage of diabetic patients in Malaysia is the highest across Asia and one of the highest in the entire world. Are you part of that frightening statistic?

We have so much good food here and yet we still lack the vitamins and minerals to protect ourselves against this chronic disease. 

Let's look at what are the key nutrients which are deficient in diabetic patients

1) Vitamin B1 - helps produce energy and metabolise carbohydrates (which are converted into glucose).

2) Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) - helps carbohydrate metabolism.

3) Vitamin B6 - protects against development of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

4) Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) - a key component of carbohydrate metabolism.

5) Vitamin C - deficiency leads to sorbitol (sugar alcohol commonly used as sugar substitute) accumulation in red blood cells and certain types of end-organ damage.

6) Vitamin E and selenium - essential antioxidants that prevent free radical damage and are also involved in glucose balance.

7) Zinc - deficiency may lead to significantly higher glucose levels and lower insulin levels.

8) Manganese - cofactor for certain key enzymes involved in the metabolism of sugar.

9) Alpha lipoid acid - an antioxidant involved in turning glucose into energy and improves glucose uptake by muscle. It also neutralises free radicals, promotes removal of glucose from the blood and helps prevent diabetic complications.

10) Vanadium - increase insulin sensitivity.

11) Chromium - boosts insulin sensitivity by increasing the amount and activity of insulin receptors on cells for greater efficiency of glucose uptake. It helps control weight gain and fat accumulation and decrease the risk of heart disease and stroke.

12) Biotin - stabilise blood sugar level and enhance insulin sensitivity.

13) Biotin-independent enzymes acetyl Co A carboxylase and pyruvate carboxylase - also vital for people with blood sugar disorders.

(Source: Of multivitamins and managing blood glucose, Fit for Life, 11 Nov 2018)

So many! It is a rather tall order to expect a diabetic to get all these nutrients from his meals every day. So supplementation is the way to go. However, do you know of a natural supplement that contains all these nutrients without having to line up a dozen bottles everyday?

Take a look at my solution - Yung Kien Pollen. It contains 200 types of nutrients and covers substantially all that are deficient in a diabetic person from the list above.

Ok. You may say you are already taking pollen. But do you know that not all pollen products are the same?

Do you know that the manufacturing process is very important to ensure the nutrients remain intact while destroying only the bacteria? 

How do you know your pollen product is free from artificial additives and preservatives?

You don't want to take pollen that smells fishy or tastes sandy right?

Yung Kien Pollen ticks all the boxes. It looks good, smells fragrant, tastes delicious and is packed full of benefits. It can be safely consumed by everyone.

You can have peace of mind to take it everyday to improve your blood sugar control.

Drop me a mail at if you want to buy Yung Kien Pollen to help with your diabetic condition. I am an Authorised Distributor. Have an awesome day!