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Blood Sugar Management


Berberine HCI -

Berberine has interesting potential to regulate and maintain blood sugar levels  by increasing insulin sensitivity, promoting insulin production, and regulating metabolism. Berberine has metabolic activity that regulates blood glucose and lipids. Berberine is known as an AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) activator. Its insulin-independent hypoglycemic effect is related to inhibition of mitochondrial function, stimulation of glycolysis and activation of AMPK pathway.

Biotin -

Biotin, a water-soluble B vitamin, acts as a coenzyme in the metabolism of protein, fats, and carbohydrates.
Biotin and Chromium, especially when used in conjunction, play essential roles in regulating carbohydrate metabolism and glucose. Biotin functions in fatty acid metabolism and the production of glucose. Research has seen some encouraging results for the use of biotin in the management of diabetes.

Magnesium Gluconate - 
Magnesium is an essential nutrient for the brain and body. It helps regulate blood sugar, among its many benefits.There is a tendency for magnesium levels to be low in those suffering from with diabetes. Magnesium is a cofactor in the glucose-transporting mechanism of the cell membrane and various enzymes in carbohydrate oxidation. Additional magnesium supplementation helps increase insulin sensitivity levels.

Zinc Gluconate  -
Zinc is also another essential nutrient that enhances insulin sensitivity and antioxidant status. Zinc plays an important role in β-cell function, insulin action, glucose homeostasis and the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications. Numerous in-vitro and in-vivo studies have shown that Zinc has beneficial effects in both type-1 and type-2 diabetes.

Chromium Picolinate -

Chromium and biotin play essential roles in regulating carbohydrate metabolism. Chromium is an essential mineral that plays a role in how insulin helps the body regulate blood sugar levels. Low chromium levels can increase blood sugar, triglycerides (a type of fat in the blood), cholesterol levels, and increase the risk for a number of conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease.

L-Taurine - 

Taurine, a semi-essential amino acid, decreases blood glucose and cholesterol levels in animals and humans.Different scientific studies emphasize on the cytoprotective properties of taurine which included antioxidation, antiapoptosis, membrane stabilization, osmoregulation, and neurotransmission.

Vitamin D3 -
Vitamin D supplementation has been shown to decrease insulin resistance through which it might cause fatty liver. Fatty liver increasingly results in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Insulin resistance and fatty liver are particularly closely related. Vitamin D has been found to have additional biologic roles to the well-known effects, it has on calcium homeostasis. Studies looking at both mechanisms of action and clinical relevance have suggested that vitamin D may play a role in the prevention and treatment of both type-1 and -2 DM. There is compelling evidence that vitamin D may achieve this through actions on systemic inflammation, insulin secretion, and insulin resistance. The mechanism of action of vitamin D may be direct or interlinked with the actions of calcium and/or PTH. Often, this relationship is inferred, as direct evidence of the mechanism of action at the molecular level is not always attainable.

Burdock Root Extract -
Burdock root is useful in blood sugar management because it contains Fructooligosaccharide, which has been shown to have a wide range of pharmacological proprieties, including antiviral, anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic, and antidiabetic effects. Moreover, burdock also contains chlorogenic acid, which has been used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant.

Turmeric Extract -

Turmeric’s key ingredient in helping regulate blood sugar levels is curcumin, which research suggests is effective because it reduces inflammation. Since inflammation is a main cause of disruption of the β cell structure, the anti-diabetic characteristic of curcumin is mainly attributed to its anti-inflammatory as well as anti-oxidant activities. In addition to these activities, curcumin has been developed as a promising prevention/treatment choice for diabetes complications by modulating various critical signal steps owing to the anti-hyperglycemic and anti-hyperlipidemic activities of curcumin. Studies on diabetic humans and animals have revealed that curcumin may have positive effects on oxidative stress and inflammation and may reduce fasting blood glucose levels, increase insulin sensitivity/secretion and regulate the lipid profile.

Blueberry Extract -

Blueberries are chock-full of phytochemicals, a fancy word for chemical compounds found in plants. The most abundant phytochemicals in blueberries are called polyphenols. Polyphenols carry out powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory actions in the body. Consistent, long-term intake of polyphenols is essentially like arming your immune system with some of the fittest, strongest, most well-equipped soldiers out there. They can also help increase insulin sensitivity.

Vitamin Enriched Wheat - A gentle but effective bio-stimulator; contains an optimal formulation of fibers, minerals, and vitamins such as phosphorus, zinc, iron, potassium, B-vitamins, and folate.

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