Cinnamon is an advanced blood sugar support formula to support insulin function and optimize healthy postprandial (after mealtime) blood sugar levels. Cinnamon features five key ingredients for healthy blood sugar and insulin function in healthy individuals: cinnamon, American ginseng, Gymnema, green tea polyphenols and fenugreek. A growing amount of literature, including a study performed at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center in Beltsville, Maryland suggests that cinnamon’s water-soluble polyphenol polymers support healthy glucose metabolism and provide antioxidant protection. cinnamon contains alpha-lipoic acid, which is a powerful antioxidant that may help attenuate the oxidative stress linked to high blood pressure in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and addresses diabetes-related neuropathies. Cinnamon also contains Chromium, which is poorly absorbed from the diet and can become deficient as a function of age or diabetes. The high bioavailability of chromium in CinnaMed is the result of a patented process that combines the amino acid glycinate and the B vitamin, niacin, to enhance the metabolic action of insulin, increase insulin sensitivity, and reduce other risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Treatment for insulin resistance should involve lifestyle choices that incorporate diet, exercise, and nutritional supplementation.
- Helps in Supporting Healthy Adrenals
- Helps to Promote Energy Levels
- Helps in Supporting a Healthy Immune Function
- Alleviates Occasional Fatigue & Exhaustion
- Helps with Managing Stress
Key Benefits: • Increase insulin sensitivity • Promote healthy blood sugar • Appetite control
Does Not Contain
Milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy.
Take two capsules twice daily or as directed by
your health care provider
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