Mecomin




The Trusted Oral Supplement for DIABETICS to
Help Regenerate Damaged Peripheral Nerves & Prevent Diabetic Nerve Damage


Live-well MECOMIN contains mecobalamin, the neurologically-active form of vitamin B12 vital to the peripheral nervous system.

Live-well MECOMIN is orally active and thus need not be converted from the inactive form, cyanobalamin to its active form, mecobalamin.

Mecobalamin protects against neurological (nerve) disease and has the ability to regenerate damaged nerves in people (especially diabetics) with peripheral nerve damage.

Diabetics and pre-diabetics are advised to supplement with mecobalamin as they are most prone to peripheral nerve damage. If nerve damage is left untreated for an extended period, diabetics face a higher risk of leg amputations.

Based on a recent nationwide *Consumer Satisfaction Survey, 96.2% of diabetics who consumed Live-well MECOMIN for at least 4 months experienced positive results and agreed that the product was proven effective in reducing their diabetic nerve damage condition. Note: All respondents did not consume any pain-killers/drugs for treatment of diabetic nerve damage.

Taking Live-well MECOMIN daily helps to also protect against the degeneration process of the nervous system and promote healthy nerves.

Facts on Diabetes & Nerve Damage:
  • 1 in 5 adult Malaysians is Diabetic!
  • Up to 70% of Diabetics have nerve damage which can lead to amputations.
  • The risk of a leg amputation is 27.7 times greater for a person with diabetes.
  • 50% of all amputations occur in people with diabetes.

*96.2% Users rated Live-well MECOMIN to be beneficial for their diabetic nerve damage symptoms. Based on a Consumer Satisfaction Survey of 239 diabetics with nerve damage randomly sampled in Malaysia who have consumed Live-well MECOMIN for at least 4 months. All respondents in this survey did not consume any pain-killer/drugs for treatment of diabetic nerve damage.

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Reference(s):
  • Malaysian Diabetes Association
  • National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) 2006, Ministry of Health (MOH)
  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the National
  • Institute of Health, USA
  • Diabetes UK, www.diabetic.org.uk/
  • American Heart Association (AHA)