Food supplement containing 22 nutrients with several important functionalities:
- Hypoglycemizing effect / insulin regulator / improvement of insulin sensitivity
- Nervous system protection
- Cardiovascular protection
- Blood triglycerides and cholesterol reduction
- Hypertension reduction
- Visual system protection
- Anti inflammation
- Immune system support
- Energy methabolism support
- Tiredness and fatigue reduction
- Bones reinforcement
What interest for people living with diabetes?
Nutrition plays a very important role in the prevention of diabetes complications. Some elements are necessary for patients with diabetes, while some others could be dangerous for them and need to be avoided.
What is it?
MultiBetix is a complete food supplement that acts on the immune, cardiovascular, nervous and visual systems. Unlike ordinary multivitamins, the MultiBetix formula does not contain iron, copper and vitamin K which, when over consumed, could increase the risk of developing complications. Instead, MultiBetix contains distinctive features such as DHA, alpha-lipoic acid and lutein which prevent the degeneration of blood vessels, nerve fibers and eye.
How to use it?
We recommend taking two capsules a day.
Box of 60 capsules
Vit A, D, E, C
Vitamine del gruppo B (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9, B12)
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At low doses, a gamma-linolenic acid-lipoic acid conjugate is more effective than docosahexaenoic acid-enriched phospholipids in preventing neuropathy in diabetic rats. – Pitel S1, Raccah D, Gerbi A, Pieroni G, Vague P, Coste TC., J Nutr. 2007 Feb;137(2):368-72.
Beneficial effect of docosahexanoic acid and lutein on retinal structural, metabolic, and functional abnormalities in diabetic rats. – Arnal E1, Miranda M, Johnsen-Soriano S, Alvarez-Nölting R, Díaz-Llopis M, Araiz J, Cervera E, Bosch-Morell F, Romero FJ., Curr Eye Res. 2009 Nov;34(11):928-38.
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