71% of Neuropathy Cases are Curable Using VitaminsA study just published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results has now proved that 71% suffering from neuropathy lack one common vitamin.

This means that if you have neuropathy and you load up on this vitamin, you may be able to drastically improve and even cure it.

Best of all, you may be able to get this vitamin for free!

Scientists from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait recruited 84 diabetes patients from Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical College, Lyari, Karachi.

They divided their subjects into four groups:

- those with severe neuropathic pain
- those with painless neuropathy
- those with painless neuropathy but with neuropathic ulcers
- those without neuropathy.

All the patients underwent complete clinical and neurological examinations, including nerve conduction studies, to assess their nerve function objectively.

The scientists measured the subjects’ vitamin D levels and compared them with those of other patients without neuropathy. This is what they found.

1. Among those with severe neuropathic pain, 71% had low levels of vitamin D. Their average level of vitamin D was 17.6 nanograms of vitamin D per deciliter of blood.

2. Among those with painless neuropathy, 61% had low levels of vitamin D. Their average level of vitamin D was 19 nanograms of vitamin D per deciliter of blood.

3. Among those without neuropathy, only 6% had low vitamin D.

Researchers have established this relationship between vitamin D deficiency and neuropathy before, but the importance of the finding cannot be overstated.

Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency are extremely common, with as many as 50% of people being insufficient in vitamin D.

Since diabetic neuropathy seems preventable via sufficient intake of vitamin D, this is a trick you cannot miss.

If vitamin D is not sufficient, you’ll be happy to hear that thousands of readers have completely rid themselves of their neuropathy using a handful of diet changes explained here …