Lifestyle, genetics, and diet affect the risk of developing diabetes.
The goal of glucose management is to keep the right blood sugar levels as much as possible to help prevent or delay long-term, serious health problems, such as heart disease, vision loss, and kidney disease and maintain quality of life over time.
Low folate and the resulting high homocysteine levels are often observed in diabetes patients. High homocysteine levels are also a recognized risk factor for cardiovascular disease and Type 2 Diabetes mellitus. This suggests the potential of folate supplementation not only for reducing homocysteine but also for its role in glucose metabolism and systemic inflammation.
Discover how Quatrefolic® supplementation, with a healthy diet and regular physical activity, represents a natural-based approach to help manage glycemic problems and diabetes progression.