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Diabetes and Kidney Disease

Evidence shows that about 40 percent of people with diabetes end up with kidney disease. Now there’s news that if you take high amounts of B vitamins they could compromise kidney function even more. This is eye-opening news when earlier studies suggested that B vitamins could protect the kidneys because they lower the blood levels of homocysteine, a toxic amino acid that has been linked to a higher risk of kidney damage in diabetics.
Check with your doctor if you have diabetes. He or she will likely recommend the correct amounts of B vitamins for you.

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