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Type 2 diabetes, taking nutrilite glucose health, gluconorn G2, galvus. Should continue having nutrilite glucose health?

hi, my husband has type II diabetis. he has recently started taking Nutrilite Glucose Health along once daily along with his prescribed medicines i.e. Gluconorn G2 and Galvus 50 mg. want to find out whether he should continue having nutrilite. extremely worried as it has not been prescribed by any doctor. please help.
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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Nutrilite glucose health is a herbal preparation and as such it has no direct role in controlling the sugar levels of a person.
This is the reason it has not been prescribed by any doctor.
Since it has no role in controlling sugar,it doesn't make any difference whether he takes it or not.
Your husband should make efforts to keep his sugar levels in check by diet control,exercises and proper snd regular medications.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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