Alternative Therapies and Explanations from 2004
- My friend has tried to convince me to try dietary supplements from Mannatech to help my son with diabetes. Are her claims legitimate? (28 Mar 2004)
- With Omnitrition products, my husband's blood sugars are lower and he feels great. The products are high in caffeine. Will it hurt him? (26 Mar 2004)
- Are there any known ways to preserve and expand beta cell mass in new onset patients? Can bitter melon help? (9 Mar 2004)
- Is it beneficial to take bilberry berry extract along with other diabetes medications (5 Mar 2004)
- Is benfotiamine safe to give to a child? If so what is the recommended dosage? (31 Jan 2004)
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