Diabetes Prevention Program in the US recently proved that importing some diet changes and regular exercises in a lifestyle are more effective than using a metformin in therapy drug Glucophage, used as the prevention to diabetes. Glucophage intake can be reduced on minimum if a proper diet is included in combination with exercise. Due to a latest research, an exercise and diet program are 38% more effective, comparing to a preventing diabetes research on people who are taking metformin.
A Diabetes Prevention Research studied 3,234 non-diabetics with high in glucose blood, in a 3 groups. One group was taking just metformin and no other support. The other group was dieting and exercising but had no metformin. The third group have had just a placebo with no other support. It is found that more exercising increases an ovulation rates and cuts down male hormones in the body. It is also found that diet and an exercise improve Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
There is something called D-chiro-inositol, a derivative of D-chiro-inositol and D-pinitol l easily available and cheap at the pharmacies. D-chiro-inositol is very rare and very costly and it is an important alternative to metformin, rather then a form of the B vitamin inositol. D-chiro-inositol activates more insulin with women who have a polycystic ovary syndrome, and it helps the ovulatory function and lowers male hormones, blood pressure, and triglycerides.
A Nutrient Therapy
There are minerals, herbs, vitamins and natural supplements that can be effective like Glucophage. Taking nutrients is safe and perfectly complementing with a regular exercise and dieting. Male hormone levels, insulin resistance and blood sugar levels can be positively influenced by CoQ10, magnesium, biotin, zinc, amino acids, chromium, vitamin E, certain fish oils, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and soluble fiber. Taking a high B-complex vitamin may keep you healthy. In the process, it is necessary to protect yourself from potential loss of B vitamins and malabsorption in order to control homocysteine. People, who are taking Glucophage, can also combine with a mineral supplement and multiple vitamin, magnesium, calcium and vitamin D.
A holistic approach includes diet, stress reduction, physical activity and special nutrient intake. Diet is better then taking metformin in drug called Glucophage. A holistic approach creates healthy habit, while metformin does not. Holistic approach can seriously cut down the dosage of Glucophage and there are no drug side effects involved.