Use Insulate Plus to:
Maintain healthy blood sugar levels
Promote the health of the Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas (responsible for insulin production)
Reduce cravings for sweet foods
Promote healthy circulation to the feet and hands
Maintain healthy blood flow to the optical fibers in the eyes
Support healthy cholesterol levels, cardiac health and optimal digestive and liver functioning
Gymnema sylvestre is a well-known and highly respected Ayurvedic remedy which is also known as the 'sugar killer' as it is said to remove the taste for sweet foods. Gymnema Sylvestre has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for many centuries and used to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
Galega officinalis is traditionally used to maintain pancreatic health and maintain healthy insulin levels.
Ginkgo biloba is an extremely popular herb used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and derived from one of the oldest trees on earth. Studies suggest that Ginkgo biloba has a beneficial effect on peripheral and cerebral circulation and can therefore help to promote the health of body tissue and circulation. It is also suggested that Ginkgo biloba can help to maintain blood flow to the optic fibers of the eyes and therefore help to encourage eye health
Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry) is traditionally recommended to promote healthy blood sugar levels as well as healthy insulin production. Bilberry also has excellent anti-oxidant properties due to high levels of anthocyanosides, further increasing the health benefits of this remarkable herb. Regular use of Bilberry helps to maintain healthy vision and is known to strengthen the tiny blood capillaries which carry oxygen to the eyes.
Chromium Picolinate is a mineral supplement and highly absorbable nutritional form of chromium - an essential mineral. According to the FDA, one small study suggests that chromium picolinate may reduce the risk of insulin resistance, and therefore possibly may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. The FDA concludes, however, that the existence of such a relationship between chromium picolinate and either insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes is highly uncertain. (Martin J, Wang Z, Zhang X, Wachtel, D, Volautova J, Matthews D, Cefalu W. Diabetes Care. Volume 29;8: 2006)