No two people will actually assimilate, and thus receive the same amount of any medication as another person might, even on the very same dosage.
This is an issue the companies producing your medications are actually fully aware of, although it’s something they have absolutely no way of controlling. Even your own effective dosage can easily vary considerably, based on several factors.
How many drugs you might be taking, as well as how many other toxins (such as alcohol) your body is dealing with on
a particular day, will have an influence.
This is why you see so many potential side effects associated with many medications. How many you might experience depends upon how much of each drug is able to effectively get around your best friend – your liver (the detoxifier).
Many other variables, such as your size, your gender, your age, and especially your metabolism, will play a part as well, although most doctors seldom consider these issues when drugs are prescribed.
Plus, diabetes drugs – as do pretty well ALL medications – also deplete your body of vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
That’s why drugs are inherently unpredictable, basically unhealthy, and most importantly, seldom necessary.
More details, research and medical proof to follow…
- Dr. David W. Tanton