These are the body's own molecules rendered dysfunctional or even non-functional by glycosylation -- binding with glucose!
So instead of using a drug to break the glycosylation bonds, it's better to prevent those bonds from forming in the first place.
Control blood sugar!
By diet, or more easily, by exercise/physical activity.
Physical activity causes muscles to absorb blood glucose without the need for insulin. This is best, because insulin itself does not guarantee drop in blood sugar if cells are not responsive (chromium deficiency?).
So it seems the magic pill still is exercise/physical activity. :wink:
Maybe that's why my 140/100 BP goes down to normal with a round of squats or a 24 hour fast?