Alpha Lipoic Acid and Neuropathy

Alpha Lipoic Acid is essential for turning the body’s glucose into sugar, the fatty acid’s main function. Besides generating energy, Alpha Lipoic Acid benefits the mind and body, inside and out. Alpha Lipoic Acid can sometimes be an effective treatment against neuropathies, specifically diabetic.

This article will discuss:


Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha Lipoic Acid is a powerful antioxidant that can reduce signs of aging and appearance of skin ailments. Free radicals in the body cause signs of aging, but Alpha Lipoic Acid can protect the body from free radicals. Alpha Lipoic Acid improves skin’s color, tone, and texture more than other antioxidants like Vitamins C and E. Other antioxidants work well with Alpha Lipoic Acid, and their effects can be strengthened when combined with Alpha Lipoic Acid. Alpha Lipoic Acid is a universal antioxidant, meaning it is fat and water soluble so it can work throughout the body.

Alpha Lipoic Acid can reduce skin damage caused by inflation and sugar-aging. Free radicals damage the cells under the surface of the skin, causing inflation. Inflammation can be spread by the proteins acting as transcription factors. Alpha Lipoic Acid exceeds any other antioxidant in preventing inflammation while also preventing activation of Nuclear Factor Kappa B, a transcription factor.

Sugar-aging is cause by sugar molecules linking to protein molecules. That linking then sets off a set of reactions called glycation, which causes protein molecules to bond to each other. When more protein molecules cross link, the skin tightens up and becomes more susceptible to wrinkles.



Neuropathies

Neuropathy is a disorder dealing with the peripheral nervous system, which extends outside the central nervous system. The peripheral nervous system must work properly because its main role is to connect the central nervous system to the body’s organs and limbs. Messages from the brain to other parts of the body can be distorted or interrupted with peripheral neuropathy. A disorder of the cranial nerves which extend from the brain stem can also be considered a neuropathy.

Some dangerous side effects come with peripheral neuropathy:

  • Temporary numbness, tingling, and pricking sensations
  • Sensitivity to touch
  • Muscle weakness
  • Burning pain
  • Paralysis

Diabetes is a cause of diabetic neuropathy. Alpha Lipoic Acid can help lower blood sugar. In addition, it can reduce pain, itching, burning, tingling, and numbness in people with diabetic neuropathy by killing free radicals.

Autonomic neuropathy is another kind of neuropathy, which can also be helped with Alpha Lipoic Acid. The autonomic neuropathy effects the nerves connected to the heart.


How to Get Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha Lipoic Acid is made naturally in a healthy body, but the amount produced is not enough for significant results. Other sources of Alpha Lipoic Acid include food, topical creams, and supplements.

Foods containing Alpha Lipoic Acid include:

  • Red meat
  • Green vegetables
  • Organ meat – like liver
  • Yeast – especially Brewer’s yeast

Dr. Perricone has a line of anti-aging topical products formulated with Alpha Lipoic Acid for allover skin radiance. Alpha Lipoic Acid works in these creams through universal antioxidant protection, refined skin texture, and reduced pores and wrinkles.




The easiest way to consume plenty of Alpha Lipoic Acid is to take a daily supplement. Dr. Perricone’s Alpha Lipoic Acid supplement works to reduce signs of aging, maintain cells metabolic function, and increase effects of other antioxidants in the body. Take two capsules daily for results.



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  1. I have neuropathy in both my legs I saw an add on the internet for a special formula of ala that would cure the nerves in my legs. Do you know anything about it. Thank you so much

  2. #1- If your body burden of mecurry is privileged than your brain burden of mecurry then ALA,(which crosess the Brain Blood Barrier(BBB)) could potentially budge mecurry from your body, into your brain, which is beyond doubt not something you want to? do. #2-If you have had contemporary exposure to mecurry (and public with amalgams in their backtalk have), then any mecurry in the blood could also be shifted into the brain by using ALA. Andy Cutlers protocol has a strict mode of using ALA so it removes

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