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Diamaxol & Diabetes

Comment to "Diabeticine and Diamaxol: New Diabetes Medicine and the FDA" written by Vivian Brennan

(Note: Diabeticine is not a medicine. )

Diamaxol claims to target the root of diabetes. Diamaxol claimed that it was a hypoglycemic agent. The FDA looked at Diamaxol’s advertising campaign and declared that it was a drug, not a supplement. This seems to be fair reasoning on the part of the FDA.

There appears to be mixed feelings about Diamaxol. Some people praise it for lowering their blood sugar, without them having to change their diet or exercise. Others claim that taking a pill is not the solution to managing diabetes and that lifestyle changes are the only truly healthy way to maintain the sought blood sugar levels. Those who laud the drug sometimes claim that they have tried diet, exercise, and even other diabetes medicines, but that they were not effective.

Online testimonials generally support Diamaxol, though there are also some testimonials that claim Diamaxol does not work. A major complaint is that Diamaxol is too expensive. There are generic options with the same ingredients.

Diamaxol is licensed as a supplement by the FDA. As such, it cannot claim to cure diseases. Diamaxol still claims to lower blood sugar, just like Diabeticine. Diamaxol has a 30 day 50 point lower guarantee, as well as a long term one year claim.

Diamaxol has the same ingredients as Diabeticine, and it claims to be all-natural. A partial list of the ingredients, according to the manufacturer includes Bitter Melon, Licorice extract, Cinnamon herb powder, Yarrow, Cayenne, Juniper Berries, Huckleberry, and Vanadyl Sulfate.

The bottom line is that the helpful effects of Diamaxol are as yet unproven. Though the manufacturer claims to have clinical proof, many skeptics dismiss this as marketing. Because the FDA has approved Diamaxol as a supplement, at least we know that it can’t hurt. If you have tried all of your other options, consider this one, but only after talking with your health care team.

Vivian Brennan is an expert on diabetes. She is currently living with and managing her diabetes, and has been actively practicing yoga for many years. She likes to keep abreast of new treatments and research. For information on diabetes medicine, treatment, research, and more, visit The Guide To Diabetes. This site includes many informative articles, and even recipes!


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