Blood Sugar Support

Regular price $36.00

  • Supports Healthy Glucose Metabolism*
  • Supports Healthy Insulin Sensitivity*
  • Supports Healthy Blood Lipid Levels Already Within The Normal Range*

This product contains is an extraordinary combination of herbal and nutrient support for healthy glucose metabolism. It features concentrates of fenugreek, gymnema and bitter gourd, the addition of high levels of vanadium along with select B vitamins and the mineral, chromium. This formula provides nutritional support for glucose and insulin metabolism and supports healthy blood lipid levels already within the normal range*

 

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