CAPLABS Blood Sugar Support combined a unique blend of herbs and natural ingredients that can help promote healthy blood sugar levels within their normal range.

After eating a carbohydrate-based food they are broken down into glucose (sugar) and transported around the body in the blood. This is where the name blood sugar comes from and research suggests that maintain a healthy blood sugar level may be important for long-term health, disease risk and body comp composition.

The key herbs included in CAPLABS Blood Sugar Support are cinnamon, Gymnema sylvestre, banaba, bitter melon, and guggul, chromium picolinate, vitamin C and vitamin E. Along with a healthy controlled diet and exercise routine, CAPLABS Blood Sugar Support may help you maintain healthy blood sugar levels and aid in carbohydrate metabolism.

*IMPORTANT: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information and potential benefits discussed in this video are the opinion of Rudy Mawer, MS based on his research and the current scientific literature.

Research & References

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2.) Hashemipour, M., Kelishadi, R., Shapouri, J., Sarrafzadegan, N., Amini, M., Tavakoli, N., … & Poursafa, P. (2009). Effect of zinc supplementation on insulin resistance and components of the metabolic syndrome in prepubertal obese children. Hormones (Athens), 8(4), 279-285.

3.) Seet, R. C., Lee, C. Y. J., Lim, E. C., Quek, A. M., Huang, H., Huang, S. H., … & Halliwell, B. (2011). Oral zinc supplementation does not improve oxidative stress or vascular function in patients with type 2 diabetes with normal zinc levels. Atherosclerosis, 219(1), 231-239.

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6.) Martin, J., Wang, Z. Q., Zhang, X. H., Wachtel, D., Volaufova, J., Matthews, D. E., & Cefalu, W. T. (2006). Chromium picolinate supplementation attenuates body weight gain and increases insulin sensitivity in subjects with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 29(8), 1826-1832.

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10.) Frauchiger, M. T., Wenk, C., & Colombani, P. C. (2004). Effects of acute chromium supplementation on postprandial metabolism in healthy young men. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 23(4), 351-357.

11.) Adisakwattana, S., Lerdsuwankij, O., Poputtachai, U., Minipun, A., & Suparpprom, C. (2011). Inhibitory activity of cinnamon bark species and their combination effect with acarbose against intestinal α-glucosidase and pancreatic α-amylase. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, 66(2), 143-148.

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18.) Frauchiger, M. T., Wenk, C., & Colombani, P. C. (2004). Effects of acute chromium supplementation on postprandial metabolism in healthy young men. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 23(4), 351-357.

19.) Baskaran, K., Ahamath, B. K., Shanmugasundaram, K. R., & Shanmugasundaram, E. R. B. (1990). Antidiabetic effect of a leaf extract from Gymnema sylvestre in non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patients. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 30(3), 295-305.

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