Ingredients You Need To Look For In A Blood Sugar Supplement

1: Chromium is absolutely essential when it comes to controlling blood sugar levels and works by aiding the action of insulin in the body.

2 Alpha Lipoic Acid

In addition to its strong antioxidant properties and promotion of healthy nerve function, Alpha Lipoic Acid lowers the risk of heart disease.

3 Cinnamon Bark Extract

There are two different types of cinnamon bark: Water-soluble and fat-soluble. The cinnamon bark found in the regular household spice is considered fat-soluble and offers no health benefits in regards to regulating glucose in the body. Research has shown that water-soluble cinnamon bark is in fact able to aid in the regulation of glucose, therefore making it an essential ingredient to look for when purchasing a blood sugar support supplement.

4 Bitter Melon Extract

Bitter melon extract is packed with potent medicinal properties and has been used for centuries to treat diabetes related conditions. It is also known to improve the way that sugar is used in your tissues and promote the secretion of insulin. Studies have also shown that taking bitter melon extract daily decreased blood sugar and hemoglobin A1c.

5 Salacia Oblonga

Salacia oblonga is a very powerful natural ingredient. It binds to intestinal enzymes that break down carbohydrates in the body. These enzymes, called alpha-glucosidases, turn carbohydrates into glucose, the sugar that circulates throughout the body.

6 Gymnema

Gymnema is an all natural ingredient that will help you fight sugar cravings and lower high blood pressure sugar levels. The plant also contains substances that decrease the absorption of sugar from the intestine.

7 Nopal Cactus

Nopal (cactus) is a major player in treating diabetes. Studies have shown that Nopal significantly lowers blood sugar and insulin levels.

What Ingredients to Avoid:

Coumarin: An ingredient used in some supplements that can be harmful to the liver. Often found in fat-soluble cinnamon – which offers no benefits to maintaining proper glucose levels.

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