Chromium Picolinate (100 capsules)A biologically active source of chromium. The highest quality and purity obtainable. Chromium picolinate is better absorbed by humans than other forms of the mineral.
Chromium Picolinate 200 mcg (100 Capsules)Chromium is an essential component of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF). GTF is an important cofactor for insulin in the regulation of blood sugar, necessary for proper metabolism.* GTF contains niacin, glycine, glutamic acid, cysteine, and chromium. The insulin-enhancing properties of GTF imply that adequate chromium is necessary in the diet for normal carbohydrate metabolism.
Chromium Picolinate Nutra Chrom 200 mcg (100 Tablets)Chromium Picolinate is a natural, bioactive source of the essential mineral chromium. It plays a vital role in "sensitizing" the body’s tissues to the hormone insulin, readily needed for the efficient metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. It also enhances glucose metabolism and in doing so, helps suppress cravings for sweet foods such as candy, cake, cookies, ice cream and sugar.
CinnaMax (100 Tablets)A Natural Way to Help The Body Properly Metabolize Sugar…Cinnamon bark has been proven to enable insulin to work more efficiently and has been clinically shown to decrease the symptoms that commonly accompany elevated blood sugar and its harmful effects. Cinnamon contains various health-promoting bioactive polymers. These natural bioactive compounds are shown to potentiate insulin activity, resulting in the beneficial effects Cinnamon has on blood glucose. Fenugreek help control blood sugar.
Cinnamon, Standardized (60 Vcap®)Cinnamon Extract (Cinnamomum cassia) is standardized to 8% flavonoids. Clinical studies using Cinnamon show positive effects promoting healthy glucose metabolism.
Completia® Diabetic, Iron-free (30 Tablets)Completia® Diabetic, Iron-free, contains daily support nutrients that are often low in diabetics; antioxidants to maintain cell and tissue strength; MEGA Potency B-vitamins-to protect nerves and maintain nerve sheath.
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