Best supplements: Diabetes REVERSED with this £1 a day natural vitamin

Ojamin Herb & Fruit uses 14 natural ingredients, and could reverse fatty liver diseases, which in most cases are the cause for type 2 diabetes, scientists have revealed. The findings could lead to a reversal in type 2 diabetes, the company said.

The supplement, which costs £30 for a one months supply, is available as a bottled tonic, as a sachet, or as a capsule.

Fatty liver diseases are found in more than 75 per cent of diabetics. The condition causes fatty deposits to build up, making the body resistant to insulin.

But, Ojamin showed “promise” in preventing type 2 diabetes from developing in those with liver diseases.

“We are delighted with the findings, which support the legacy of personal experiences and testimonials offered by Ojamin users over many years,” said Pete Tate, founder of the supplement’s manufacturer.

“This is a great news for those at risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and looking for an all-natural supplement to help in prevention.

“We are pursuing further clinical trials and believe this is the world’s first truly effective fully natural medicine for diabetics.”

Ojamin Herb & Fruit supplements helped to restart mitochondrial function in liver disease patients, according to a study by the Innovative Concepts in Drug Development.

The supplement is made up of aloe vera, basil, beleric, bitter melon, cumin, gooseberry, ball, haritaki, fenugreek, java plum, neem, okra, turmeric and watermelon seeds.

All of the ingredients are sourced from India, and combined with pure spring water.

Other beneficial effects of the supplement include boosting the immune system and reducing wrinkles.

Ojamin is fully approved by UK government, the manufacturer confirmed.

It doesn’t interfere with any current medication, and is free from soy, dairy, gluten and sugar.

Meanwhile, a 99p herbal supplement could help to get rid of your cold.

Phyllanthus amarus herbs could be used to treat flu and colds, studies have claimed.

The herb has traditionally been used to treat hepatitis, diabetes and hypertension.

It’s also a diuretic, and can help to lower blood pressure, it’s been claimed.