Why could peripheral neuropathy worsen in a controlled diabetic patient? by Connie b. Dellobuono

Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:

Nerve pain and diabetes can be aggravated by lack of Vitamin B12 and B6 coupled with over medication. Take these energy Vitamin B complex during the day and calcium with magnesium during the night. Always eat whole foods (pineapple, fish, colored veggies).
 In one seminar with chiropractors, they showed light therapy. As we age, we become deficient in these vitamins and decreasing acidity in our stomach (can be supplemented by Betaine HCL). See a nutritionist for digestive enzymes and probiotic in the evening or early morning 3hrs before or 3hrs after a meal to help with our metabolism. Fiber rich foods and chromium rich foods can help diabetics. Email motherhealth@gmail.com for new products on broths, to supply your body with essential minerals.

Why could peripheral neuropathy worsen in a controlled diabetic patient?