The secret of preventing and possibly reversing diabetic neuropathy DPN or diabetic peripheral neuropathy is the sensation of pain caused by nerve damage as a result of diabetes.
The number of people with type two diabetes can greatly be reduced or even be prevented through lifestyle and diet modifications.
The study has shown it up to 70% of diabetic experience nerve damage according to the national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney disease.
Of all people currently battling diabetes, there is a 50% chance of the disease turning into diabetic neuropathy. Left untreated neuropathy remains the leading cause of amputations in the elderly.
Managing your blood sugar is an important tool or the number of foods that cause a spike eating healthy foods like fruits and vegetables and other high-fiber foods are forced to lower blood sugar.
Watch the video below to view early signs of diabetic nerve pain damage: