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Does taking a Multivitamin Supplement prevent one from developing Diabetes?

Also what are the main benefits of taking a Multivitamin Supplement daily?


No , it won't prevent Diabetes.
But if you take a Multi vitamin be sure to take half in the morning and the other half in the evening.Why ? you may ask . Well , you will pee most of the vitamins out . So for best effect that 1/2 twice a day .


It helps keep your body strong and working correctly. My brother in law is a doctor and he says 4 cups of coffee a day keeps diabetes away! Im not sure if vitamins do but 4 cups of coffee will:)


No. You can't "prevent" medical issues. You can try to stay healthy, but that's all... try. As far as the benefits, some argue that there are none. It is a good habit to take them anyway, because they may help at least a little... but a

Seriously,How can I prevent diabetes?

I am 5'6 and thick boned.
I currently weight about 200 lbs.

Everyday check the back of my neck for the "black spots" that preceed diabetes. Im so afraid of this disease, and I know weight encourages it alot.


Weight is a huge factor in getting type II Diabetes. You seem to be pretty well informed as to what you need to be doing. You should start an exercise program and start out easy doing maybe 30 minutes of cardio 2-3 times weekly. You can slowly increase


Diet and exercise. Get a treadmill.


Eliminate refined sugars from your diet (especially stuff like candy and soda).