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Long-term use of metformin can also cause magnesium deficiency. StrictionD Review  You can take a minimal dosage of a magnesium supplement, no more than 100 mg of magnesium three times a day, or just eat more green leafy vegetables. Don't overdo magnesium supplementation, since magnesium, like metformin, can cause diarrhea.

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Metformin is emerging as the treatment of choice for teenagers with type 2 diabetes. A combination of metformin and regular vigorous exercise, results in loss of excessive body fat without stunting normal growth or hormonal development.Metformin partially offsets insulin resistance caused by MSG (monosodium glutamate), a savory flavoring added to all kinds of bouillon cubes, broths, canned soups, frozen dinners, and prepared foods. It's usually less expensive and almost always more healthful to simply cook your meals from scratch.

Some diabetics cannot take metformin. If you have any kind of blood clotting disorder, or if you have peripheral arterial disease (PAD), your doctor will probably not prescribe metformin for fear of raising the risk of clots.

 

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