Diabetes is not too nice to the body:
Diabetes causes damage to the nerves (peripheral neuropathy), which can affect your perception of heat, cold, and pain, making the person more susceptible to injury. This also makes it more likely that the person ignores an injury, especially if it’s in a difficult place to see, such as between toes, on heels, or the bottoms of feet.
Swollen, leaky blood vessels in the eye (diabetic retinopathy) can damage vision and even lead to blindness. Symptoms include floaters or spots in field of vision. People with diabetes tend to develop cataracts at an earlier age than other people. They are also more likely to develop glaucoma.
Did you know that GSH is highly concentrated intracellular in the eye, especially the lense!!! Our eyes require a great deal of help in detoxification.
Did you know that GSH maintains the nervous system, inflammation is removed by GSH, diabetic neuropathy does not develop when adequate GSH is intracellular.
You require adequate GSH to accomplish its jobs, please contact me for more information have a wonderful day