Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?

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 Hi all, hope you're all well and safe. I'm thinking of taking some vitamins or supplements to help me feel more energized or just better in general and I'm wondering which one(s) to get. Are there any that are good for diabetics or some that I should avoid? There so much information out there online I thought I'd come here and ask y'all.

Stay safe! 

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Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?

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@oklahomagirl Hello oklahomagirl, thank you for starting this discussion. Let me tag some other members to see if they have any recommendations on vitamins!

Hello members, I hope you're doing well and don't mind that I've tagged you. Do you take any vitamins or supplements? Are there any that you recommend for diabetes? Are there any to be avoided? Feel free to share with us here!

@Kupkakejlyn1219@MaryVan@Djmc13@MargaretRiley@Marie116@amunoz11@armory0527gmail.com@KarenBraxton@vmatting@Tbottle@Shameka1@Jmeyer73@Smitty93@Eveking21@jgordon@DJOUDERB54‍ 

Take care,

Courtney

Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?


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I take vitamin d supplements that was prescribed to me once a week.
Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?


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I take vitamin D.
Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?


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I take Vitamin D3 and B12.

Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?


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I am a 59-year old woman, past menopause and had a hysterectomy, so I take a lot of supplements.  A womans multi, D3, Biotin, C, B Complex and Hyaluronic Acid.  Along with 81 mg baby aspirin and an antihistamine. Currently, I take liquid vitamins from MaryRuths, it has no sugar in them.  I found the gummies have a lot of sugar in them. I gag on tablets.  

I recommend you take what you need because we can't get it all from our food.  Do your homework to find out what and how much you need daily. Learn about the differences of fat soluble and water soluble vitamins. Read the ingredients of your vitamins and look up what you don't know, many tablets are over processed for long shelf life.

I think here is a good start:  https://www.webmd.com › features
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Which multivitamins or supplements are best for diabetes?


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@Courtney_J Hi I take one a day for over 50,  B complex, calcium plus vitamin D, (1pill).  Only when I take water pills I take  potassium. 

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