Can FGF work for people with Diabetes Type 2?
Laminine that contains Fibroblast Growth factor or FGF was introduced as an antiaging supplement that promotes focus, energy, even an increased libido and dubbed as a happy pill because it helps increase serotonin levels.
When it was introduced in Asia, consumer use shifted towards a myriad of sickness and diseases, that included Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus or T2DM. Reaction from diabetic patient varied but was generally rated high and a href=”http://www.altheadistributor.com/diabetes-diabetic-sugar/”>testimonies that went with it claimed positive results, according to Dr. Arle Imperio of FRPI Marketing from the Philippines.
Since Laminine is a signaling process molecule that instructs stem cells in the body to repair itself, those with diabetic complications such as blurry vision, weakness or extreme fatigue, bruising or wound that are slow to heal will benefit by taking supplements that contain FGF.
The reason to believe this product is a study, although limited, showed a reduction in the blood sugar, after taking the capsule for 2-weeks. There are also < that supports the claim of Laminine.
While there are positive effects on high level of sugar, caution, diet, and exercise should still be taken into consideration, when weaning out of drugs, medicines, or insulin. Laminine is not a cure, but it can help your body cope with its own healing mechanism, through its special signalling protein FGF.
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→ Children at risk of Diabetes in Trinidad and Tobago
→ Diabetes also on the rise in Australia
→ Diabetics in UK governement care
→ Food supplement for Diabetic Type 2 Mellitus
→ Clinical research on how Laminine affects blood sugar levels that may lead to diabetes
→ Testimonies of patients who took Laminine for their Diabetes.
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