Categories: Adrenal-Support, Best-Sellers, Cardiovascular-Support, Female-Support, Folic-Acid, Glucose-Balancing, Kosher, Male-Support, VitaminsMinerals, Weight-Management
Item Code: 1855
Quantity: 90 capsules
Description: Glycemic Formula, Adrenal Support
Indications: AMPK is a master control mechanism for cellular energy homeostasis. It determines body fat composition and has a significant impact on mitochondrial biogenesis, the diabesity spectrum and life span extension in mice models. Formulated for Biotics Research by Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. and Alan R. Gaby, M.D., leaders in the field of nutritional science. For hypo-hyperglycemia (Type I & II Diabetes), elevated triglycerides and LDL cholesterol, decreased HDL cholesterol, dysinsulinism, and Syndrome X; use with ADHS™ and Flax Seed Oil
Ingredients: See Product Label below.
Suggestion: 2-3 capsules two times daily with meals or as directed.
Safety: Note: Insulin-dependent diabetics must monitor their blood sugar levels frequently, since this product will often dramatically reduce blood glucose
References: Additional references:
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