Benfotiamine – the diabetes treatment with antiaging properties.

A safe way to defend your body against the harmful effects of diabetes is to take regular doses of Milgamma Mono.

What are the benefits of Milgamma Mono

  • Breaks down blood sugars
  • Protects nerves and organs
  • Combines well with other treatments
  • Beneficial antiaging properties
  • No side effects

Benfotiamine is a synthetic version of vitamin B1 also known as thiamine. Small amounts of thiamine are found in the allium family of vegetables including garlic, leeks, and onions.

By activating high levels of the transketolase enzyme, benfotiamine converts a damaging substance found in glucose, triose-phosphates, into harmless chemicals.

This makes the supplement very useful if you suffer from either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. Diabetes means either that your body does not produce insulin, or the insulin does not do its job of breaking down blood sugars.

Why choose vitamin B1 for diabetes?

Defense against harmful toxins

While sugar is useful because it easily converts into energy for exercise, it can also harm your body.

If insulin cannot process the glucose in your blood then the glucose becomes a toxin, which can be particularly damaging to your eyes, nerves, and kidneys.

The synthetic thiamine in Milgamma Mono aims to protect these danger areas by controlling blood glucose levels and stopping excess sugars from causing harm.

Some doctors may offer the B1 supplement in combination with methylcobalamin, a form of vitamin B12 also available in Beyond B12 Longevity Plus.

Avoid side effects of diabetes medication

Taking synthetic vitamin B1 is preferable to some diabetes medications, such as metformin, which can have side effects such as flu-like symptoms, nausea, and vomiting.

Extensive tests indicate there are no side effects from Milgamma Mono, so it’s worth considering for all diabetics.

Milgamma Mono’s antiaging benefits

Milgamma Mono can be safely combined with other supplements such as Beyond Any Multiple , which also contains antiaging nutrients.

In fact, Milgamma Mono can also provide antiaging benefits as its antioxidant properties help to defend your body from damaging toxins.



50.0 mg Benfotiamin per tablet

Corn starch, talc, magnesium stearate, polyvinol K25, Arabic gum, titanium dioxide (E171), glucose syrup, white clay, macrogol 6000, carboxymethyl cellulose sodium, magrogol glycerolhydroxystearat, calcium carbonate, natriumdodecylsulphate, montanglycolwachs

  • Does not contain lactose

Milgamma ® mono 50 is used to prevent and treat Vitamin B1 deficiencies if it was not possible to remove this deficiency through nutrition. For example:
1) Poor nutrition

  • Diet and fasting
  • Unbalanced nutrition (e.g. Wernicke's disease, alcoholic cardiomyopathy
  • Malabsorption
  • Parenteral nutrition

2) Increased need
3) Hemodialysis

Side effects:
Do not use milgamma ® mono 50 if you are hypersensitive towards Benfotiamin or thiamine. In special cases the patient can show a hypersensitive reaction (skin rash, nettle rush). If you show symptoms of any side effects stop using this product and contact your doctor.

Use during pregnancy and nursing:
This medicine is to be used during pregnancy and nursing only for a measured serious Vitamin B1deficiency and should be stopped as soon as the Vitamin B level is back to normal.

If no other regimen is recommended by the attending doctor,

  • 1-2 tablets weekly as prevention
  • 1-3 tablet daily as treatment

To be swallowed whole with a small volume of water.

The above information is the translation of the manufacturer's insert. It is provided under the supplying company's terms and conditions and should not replace the advice of your personal physician.

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