The number of people with diabetes rose from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014 alone and the numbers continue to climb exponentially. That’s according to the World Health Organisation, who also predicts that diabetes is set to become a major health crisis. The UK is no exception. It is currently estimated that diabetes affects millions of people in the UK and is one of the top 10 causes of death. Managing the chronic illness is about more than taking a tablet and injecting insulin. Cellnutrition provides some insight on diabetes to coincide with National Diabetes Week and how Quinton Isotonic can help maintain equilibrium at a cellular level.
There are various types of diabetes. The most known are Type 1 and Type 2. All types of diabetes raise blood sugar levels and can damage the vital organs in the body. The British Diabetes Association says that Type 1 is an autoimmune disease that affects 8% of everyone with diabetes while Type 2, affects 90% of all people with disease. The latter is largely attributable to weight, diet, lack of exercise and ongoing use of certain medications. The good news is that Type 2 diabetes may be prevented. The not so good news is that neither are reversible, although Type 2 may go into remission if properly managed.
It starts with the food that we eat. The problem is that most of it is processed, nutrient poor and sadly lacking the correct amount and balance of minerals and trace elements. These are essential to our health and wellbeing. As a result, we’ve witnessed a spike in acquired Type 2 diabetes. When someone has Type 2 diabetes their body is unable to make enough of the hormone insulin or the insulin they do make doesn’t work properly. Type 2 diabetes can be more easily managed compared to Type 1. Lifestyle choices including diet, proper supplements and exercise can have a beneficial effect and can prevent it or put it into remission.
Cellnutrition Quinton is a 100% natural mineral supplement that supports the body at the cellular level. It contains all 78 bioavailable minerals and trace elements that are easily absorbed into the cells and stay there for longer to create healthier cellular homeostasis. The correct balance of Magnesium and Chromium for example, are vital to the proper management of Type 2 diabetes. Chromium improves insulin function while most diabetes sufferers show low levels of Magnesium which is also linked to insulin resistance.
Whilst each of these minerals have a specific role in glucose regulation, all minerals work in synergy. This means that supplementing with one sole mineral can lead to an imbalance of all the other minerals and trace elements in the body as a resulting cascade effect. Cellnutrition Quinton Isotonic is a vegan-friendly supplement, ethically harvested from plankton blooms in the Atlantic Ocean. It allows for maximum and rapid absorption of the essential minerals and trace elements cells require, enabling them work effectively in the body.
Type 2 Diabetic; “Since taking Cellnutrition Quinton Isotonic I have noticed that I have better energy throughout the day, and I wake up feeling much more refreshed. I take one ampoule every morning”
We are provided with a plentiful supply of food and an abundance of calories. We need to be aware that we also need to increase our physical activity to support cell growth and cell mass. Disorders of deficiencies and caloric excess both link to, and are associated with, the rise in chronic diseases such as Type 2 diabetes.
Our cells require nutrients to keep our hair and skin healthy, to generate energy and to keep our brains functioning optimally. Constantly consuming empty calorie foods with low nutrient quality can further exacerbate the symptoms associated with Type 2 diabetes.
Making small, simple changes can make big differences. And, by improving the health of your cells with Cellnutrition, the foundations are in place so that every other healthy choice you make simply works better.
Cellnutrition Quinton Isotonic works directly with your cells to give them the best foundation, helping the management of Type 2 diabetes. By incorporating it into your daily routine you can lower your chances of developing chronic, life threatening disease.