Sugar has NO nutritional value!
The New York Times says; “Sugar is a poison.”
Hidden sugars are everywhere in the things we eat!
Sugar consumption is clearly linked to these diseases:
- Heart Disease – The #1 Killer - Increases blood lipids and oxidative stress
- Cancer – The #2 Killer - Feeds cancer cells and decreases Immune cell function and production
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How GlucoZime Naturel All-Natural Glucose Support Complex Dietary Supplement works in the body:
GlucoZime’s Prenulin is comprised of active ingredients L-arabinose and Chromax. Its L-arabinose works by reducing the activity of the digestive enzyme responsible for sucrose digestion, sucrase, thus reducing the digestion, absorption and metabolism of sugar. Chromium is well known for its benefits on glucose metabolism, and Chromax is the most studied form of chromium in the world. It is easily absorbed by the body and has been the subject of numerous clinical and safety studies.***
The patent-pending combination of these 2 high-quality ingredients offers an ingredient complex with 2 distinct benefits, both of which help the body reduce the impact of dietary sugar.
***Scientific Studies References:
Prenulin Clinical Studies
Study 1 – “A Combination of L-Arabinose and Chromium Lowers Circulating Glucose and Insulin Levels After an Acute Oral Sucrose Challenge,” Gilbert R. Kaats, Samuel C. Keith, Patti L. Keith, et al.,Nutrition Journal 2011; 10:42.
Study 2 – “A Pilot Study of the Effects of L-A/Cr: A Novel Combination of L-Arabinose and a Patented Chromium Supplement on Serum Glucose Levels After Sucrose Challenges,” Gilbert R. Kaats, Harry Preuss, Joel E. Michalek, et al, 2009.
Study 3 – “Inhibition by Natural Dietary Substances of Gastrointestinal Absorption of Starch and Sucrose in Rats and Pigs: Acute Studies,” Harry Preuss, Bobby Echard, Debasis Bagchi, et al., Int’l Journal of Medical Sciences 2007; 4: 196-202.
Study 4 – “L-Arabinose Feeding Prevents Increases Due to Dietary Sucrose in Lipogenic Enzymes and Triacylglycerol Levels in Rats,” Shigemitsu Osaki, Tomoe Kimura, Tomomi Sugimoto, et al., Journal of Nutrition 2001; 131: 796-799.
Study 5 – “L-Arabinose Selectively Inhibits Intestinal Sucrase in an Uncompetitive Manner and Suppresses Glycemic Response After Sucrose Ingestion in Animals,” Kenji Seri, Kazuko, Noriki Matsuo, et al., Metabolism 1996; 45: 1368-1374.
Study 6 – “Comparison of Acute Absorption of Commercially Available Chromium Supplements,” Robert A. DiSilvestro, Emily Dy, Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 2007; 21: 120–124.
Study 7 – “Effects of Acute Chromium Supplementation on Postprandial Metabolism in Healthy Young Men,” Marc T. Frauchiger, Caspar Wenk, Paolo C. Colombani. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2004; 23:4, 351–357.
Study 8 – “Effect of Chromium Picolinate on Insulin Sensitivity in Vivo,” William Cefalu, Audrey Bell-Farrow, Jane Stegner, et al., The Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine 1999; 12: 71-83.
Study 9 – “A Randomized, Double-Masked, Placebo-Controlled Study of the Effects of Chromium Picolinate Supplementation on Body Composition: A Replication and Extension of a Previous Study,” Gilbert Kaats, Kenneth Blum, Dennis Pullin, et al., Current Therapeutic Research June 1998; 59:6, 379-388.
Chromium Picolinate Studies
Study 10 – “Clinical Studies on Chromium Picolinate Supplementation in Diabetes Mellitus— A Review,” C. Leigh Broadhurst and Philip Domenico, Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 2006;8(6): 677-687.
Study 11 – “Summary and Conclusion of the Expert Panel Regarding the Generally Recognized As Safe Status of Chromax® Chromium Picolinate as a Nutrient Supplement in Food,” Environ International Corporation June 2002.
Study 12 – “Let’s Juice! The Glycemic Index of Carrot Juice and Controlling Blood Glucose Levels,” Michael Donaldson, Hallelujah Acres Foundation.
Study 13 – “Chromium Supplementation Improves Insulin Resistance in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus,” B.W. Morris, S. Koutat, R. Robinson, et al., Diabetic Medicine 2000; 17: 684-686.
Study 14 – “Follow-up Survey of People in China with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Consuming Supplemental Chromium,” Nanzheng Cheng, Xixing Zhu, Hongli Shi, et al., The Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine 1999; 12: 55-60.
Study 15 – “Elevated Intakes of Supplemental Chromium Improve Glucose and Insulin Variables in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes,” Richard A. Anderson, Nanzheng Cheng, Noella A. Bryden, et al., Diabetes 1997; 46: 1786-1791.