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Comprehensive Nutrient Support For Blood Sugar Balance


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“Glyco” is a Greek word meaning sweet or sugar.  It seems that everyone is subject to blood sugar swings at some point in their lives.  Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) is so widespread that it is an epidemic.  Its cousin, the notorious hyperglycemia, is now striking  often within our world. Many are left with the side-effects of this affliction.  Many it ultimately kills despite the best efforts of medical science.

GLYCO-WELL was formulated to regulate blood sugar iissues.  It is in no way a substitute for any medication.  Instead, GLYCO-WELL is a regulator of normal blood sugar levels.  It supports with the various functions of the pancreas and liver to maintain their balance.  This is not a drug and should not be considered as one. 

The United States, and in fact the world, is in the midst of a diabetes epidemic. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over the past decade there has been a 40 percent increase in the percentage of the U.S. population with diabetes, and this trend is predicted to continue to climb at this astonishing rate unless something is done to change its course.

More than 26 million Americans are living with diabetes and the risk of developing serious complications, including heart and kidney disease, stroke, blindness and conditions leading to amputation. A full third of those who have diabetes don’t even know it, as the disease often develops without obvious symptoms. The remainder are faced with the challenges of taking care of this chronic disease in hopes of preventing long-term complications.  There are two main types of diabetes, simply referred to as type 1 and type 2, as well as other special types, such as gestational diabetes, which occurs in women during pregnancy. Each of these forms of diabetes is quite distinct.     
People who have type 1 diabetes (formerly known as juvenile diabetes) have lost the ability to produce insulin, the major hormone that controls the level of glucose in the blood. This is due to a process in which the immune cells of the body, which normally fight infection, turn against and destroy the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. People who have type 1 diabetes must take daily insulin shots to survive. Although type 1 diabetes most frequently develops in children, it can strike at any age. Approximately 5 to 10 percent of the 16 million cases of diabetes in the United States are type 1.

Type 2 diabetes occurs most often in adults, though it has recently been growing in prevalence among children and adolescents. This type of diabetes accounts for 90 percent of the cases in the United States and is often linked to obesity. In type 2 diabetes, the body produces insulin, but tissues such as those in the liver, muscle and fat are resistant to it. This leads to an inability to process glucose and increased levels of glucose in the blood. Type 2 diabetes is sometimes called non-insulin-dependent diabetes, since insulin injections are not required to survive. Although many patients with type 2 diabetes can be treated with diet, exercise and oral agents, almost one-third of them do take insulin to control blood glucose levels.  Anyone can get diabetes, but some people are at particularly high risk, especially for type 2. These include people who have close relatives with the disease, people who are overweight, the elderly and African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and Asian Americans. Low-birth-weight babies and women who have had gestational diabetes are also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes later in life.  Researchers estimate five million people in the United States have diabetes (usually type 2), but don’t know it. That’s because type 2 diabetes can develop so gradually the person does not recognize the symptoms, or it may develop without any symptoms at all. This group remains an important challenge, since even people with undiagnosed diabetes are still subject to long- and short-term complications. An estimated 57 million Americans have borderline diabetes, and each year up to one-tenth of them will develop full-blown type 2.
Warning Signs and Symptoms

Frequent thirst Frequent urination
Unexplained weight loss Increased hunger
Blurry vision Frequent or recurring skin infections
Wounds that don’t heal Extreme unexplained fatigue

People may live for months or years without any obvious symptoms of type 2 diabetes. Sometimes, diabetes develops so gradually the person does not recognize the symptoms. Only a doctor can make a diabetes diagnosis. If you think you may have it, see your physician. 
Once again, Glyco-Well is not a substitute for medical care!  
Regulates Blood Sugar 
Supports Cells Response to Insulin 
Sustains Energy By Promoting Efficient Glucose Utilization

Ingredient Listing

1.  Gymnema Sylvestre Extract
Powerful herbal agent for effective blood sugar regulation.
2.  Bitter Melon Extract
Tropical botanical that supports normal glucose transport.
3.  Pterocarpus Marsupium
Supports normal glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity.
4.  Fenugreek Extract
Fenugreek contains a specialized soluble fiber to regulate glucose absorption.
5.  Jambolan
An Ayurvedic botanical traditionally used to balance blood sugar levels.
6.  Fennel
I use fennel for its ability to aid digestive health. St. Hildegard said this should be one of the mainstays of our diet.  She called it a “happy food” because it would put one in a better mood who consumed it daily, according to her.
7-8.   Vanadyl Sulphate and Chromium GTF
The top mineral to optimize normal insulin sensitivity.  Chromium supports the power of insulin to process sugar.
9.   Cinnamon Extract
Studied by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture for its effects on insulin signaling and glucose transport. Cinnamon has been used for centuries, with references in ancient Greek and Latin writings.
10.  Zinc Gluconate
Zinc is a vital mineral used by the pancreas to produce insulin.
11, 12,13, 14.  Protease, Amylase, Lipase and Cloves
These digestive enzymes and supports are added to the formula to enhance digestive breakdown and allow the supplement to easily absorb into the system.
For maintenance: 1 capsule per day
For moderate support: 2 capsules per day
For maximum support: 3 or more capsules
Or consult your health practitioner.

Can be taken with or without food; day or night

****NOTE:  Consult your healthcare professional before consuming this product if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication for diabetes. Glyco-Well  is not a substitute for insulin. Do not discontinue the use of any diabetic medication without the approval of your physician.****

90 Capsules/Bottle  

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NOTE: The information given here is strictly for educational purposes.  Dr. Baroody does not prescribe, treat, diagnose, or recommend for any health condition, and assumes no responsibility.  In no way should this information be considered a substitute for competent health care.  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.   These products are not designed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease


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