Supports healthy blood sugar levels. Promotes levels within the normal range.
Supports healthy blood sugar levels.
It is frequently used as a sweetening and flavouring ingredient. It supports healthy weight management and blood sugar levels already in the normal range.
Supports Regular, Normal Urination
It supports regular urination and the normal absorption and retention of minerals.
Supports Glucose Levels in the Normal Range
Guggul, a potent phytochemical, is abundant in it. It supports natural muscle glucose uptake.
Supports Healthy Absorption
This capsule contains a significant amount of licorice root extract. It promotes healthy absorption in the intestine after meals. By consuming less calories, it supports healthy insulin secretion.
Created With Different Lifestyles In Mind
We understand everyone has different dietary needs so we wanted to create a supplement that can be used by a wide variety of people. This product is Non-Dairy, Paleo-Friendly, Non-GMO, and Keto-Friendly.
QUALITY INGREDIENTS YOU CAN COUNT ON
Guggul is a resin extracted from a variety of plants found in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It’s been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine, to treat conditions like obesity, inflammation, and arthritis. It’s claimed to have the potential to treat acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It may also have the potential to help with weight loss. It may also have the ability to help lower blood sugar.
Bitter Melon Fruit
Bitter Melon fruit is cultivated around the world and is popular in many Asian cuisines. The fruit is loaded with nutrients, containing fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, folate, potassium, and zinc. All that with only 20 calories per cup. It may be involved in the lowering of blood sugars in the body. It’s also thought that it could help decrease cholesterol levels. Its nutritional composition makes it a great candidate for aiding weight loss.
Cinnamon is a very common spice, making appearances in hot drinks, baking, and even some main courses. That smell and flavor come from oil within the plant, and there’s a compound in the oil that gives cinnamon its healthy benefits. Cinnamon has lots of those lovely antioxidants that keep you safe from free radicals which can damage your body’s cells. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and may reduce the risk of heart disease. It’s also possible that cinnamon can help lower blood sugar and can help improve sensitivity to insulin.
Vitamin C is arguably the most famous of all vitamins. Sailors used to carry barrels of limes and other fruit loaded with Vitamin C to avoid contracting scurvy. These days, it’s a lot easier to find, and that’s a good thing because Vitamin C is really important for the body and the immune system in particular. It may help in boosting the immune system and promote the creation of white blood cells, which the body uses to fight illnesses. It’s also an antioxidant that may help fight inflammation in the body.