15. Can Obesity Cause Peripheral Neuropathy?

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Recent studies have shown that obesity may increase the risk of having peripheral neuropathy. Losing weight and exercising are always good ideas, especially if you are obese and have peripheral neuropathy.   

A recent study has shown vitamin B1 deficiency occurring in 15-29% of obese people. Some researchers believe this deficiency contributes to increased numbers of obese people having peripheral neuropathy and that reversing the deficiency may be helpful.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW A HIGH-POTENCY BIOACTIVE FORM OF VITAMIN B1 MAY HELP.

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For more information on whether you may benefit from the appropriate use of a high-potency form of vitamin B1, go to 
“How to reverse vitamin B1 deficiency and improve the functioning of the nerves in your feet and legs”.

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