According to a study conducted by researchers at the Salk Institute, and published in Nature which I am attaching here, contributing to peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetes would be an alteration of amino acid metabolism that can damage peripheral nerves. The serine supplement could intervene to reduce this risk (which is an amino acid and can be integrated in patients at risk in a preventive way) A series of experiments conducted on mice has shown that those with low levels of two biosynthetically linked amino acids, serine and glycine are in fact at a higher risk of developing peripheral neuropathy. When the serine supplement was introduced into the animals’ diet, the risk of experiencing peripheral nerve damage decreased. The results open up the possibility of identifying people at high risk of peripheral neuropathy and indicate a potential therapeutic and/or preventive option Here is an example of prevention with diet and supplementation Have a good week