Diabetic wound is one of the most dangerous and common complications of diabetes. According to Diabetes Forecast, a publication of the American Diabetes Association, fifteen percent of people with diabetes stand the chance of having one at some point.

In her own assessment of this problem, Elisabeth Almekinder, a public health nurse and a certified diabetes educator from Jacksonville, North Carolina, USA said, “I have seen many people with diabetes lose functional mobility, and even their life, after an amputation. I have seen a person go from having a blister and not even knowing they have diabetes to having a below the knee amputation in under two weeks.”

In Nigeria, we may not have the statistics of limb amputations as a result of diabetic wounds but, in the United States of America, statistics shows that over half of limb amputations (about 67 percent) are attributable to diabetes and related complications.  

Some of the major factors that could result to a non-healing wound which can quickly turn to gangrene and necessitate amputation are as follows:
i.                    Neuropathy (nerve damage): Experts observed that about 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes are at particular risk of developing neuropathy.
ii.                 Compromised immune system: High blood glucose levels slow down the immune cells that the body unleashes to fight off infections. This leaves the body defenseless and susceptible to infections.
iii.               Poor blood circulation:  Diabetic patients often have problems with their blood circulation. Blood flow to the feet and hands is decreased, making the limb more susceptible to cuts and sores that won’t heal. If a cut or sore will not heal, and blood flow is poor, eventually gangrene sets in. When gangrene sets in, it is simply too late to save the affected limb from amputation.

These problems make diabetic patients vulnerable to chronic wounds that are usually difficult to treat. They’re most often found on the feet, because the feet are most often where neuropathy and circulatory problems strike.
Thank God for Dr. Herbert T. Nagasawa’s scientific breakthrough; with Riboceine technology, there is good news for diabetes management. With knowledge and necessary precautionary steps, wounds can be avoided entirely or tackled early.

Riboceine technology, a powerful combination of D-Ribose and L-Cysteine helps to attack the root cause of diabetes. This technological breakthrough has opened a new phase in preventive health by empowering the body with the vital precursors for producing its own glutathione.

The primary goal is to give the body a fighting chance against the infection and no other compound in our body does that better than glutathione. Depletion of glutathione has been found to be the root cause of most chronic diseases like diabetes.   

Apart from the fact that boosting your glutathione is one sure way of fortifying the immune system, a recent research finding by Adam E. Saltman, M.D., of the Department of Surgery, OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital, USA, published in The American Journal of Surgery, revealed that d-ribose-l-cysteine supplementation enhances wound healing.  With this independent observation, Dr. Herbert T. Nagasawa’s Riboceine technology (D-Ribose + L-Cysteine) raises a new hope for people with diabetic wounds.

This medical technology is available in Nigeria and you can get it from Max International only. Cellgevity, D-Ribose + L-Cysteine supplement with 12 other synergistic ingredients is all what you need to take your life back from diabetes.

Prevention they say is better than cure, say no to amputation due to diabetes. Cellgevity is readily available in Nigeria; if you need it, I can help you get it at the company’s wholesale price.

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