does multivitamin tabs impact sugar levels?

can a diabetic (on no med with hba1c 6.1) take multivitamin tabs...? doctor suggested "wellman" which has 1Kcal of energy per tab. is it going to spike to sugar levels?

Vitamin A (2500 IU)750 µg RE94

Vitamin D (as D3 200 IU)5 µg100

Vitamin E (Natural Source)20 mg α-TE167

Vitamin C60 mg75

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)12 mg1091

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)5 mg357

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)20 mg NE125

Vitamin B69 mg643

Folic Acid400 µg200

Vitamin B129 µg360

Biotin50 µg100

Pantothenic Acid10 mg167

Magnesium60 mg16

Iron6 mg43

Zinc15 mg150

Copper1000 µg100

Manganese3 mg150

Selenium150 µg273

Chromium50 µg125

Iodine150 µg100

Silicon10 mg–

Arginine20 mg–

Methionine20 mg–

Natural Mixed Carotenoids2 mg–

P.A.B.A.20 mg–

Siberian Ginseng20 mg–

Bioflavonoids10 mg–

Co-enzyme Q102 mg–

L-Carnitine30 mg–

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  • Composition seems to be good. It wont give spike

  • I think you are doing good, just one tablet is all you need as it covers all the vitamins and enzymes in required quantity. You do not take any other vit tablets. i don't think it will spike your BS.

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