Do you have these symptoms?
- Do you have irregular blood sugar levels/Do you experience blood sugar spikes?
- Is your HbA1c on the higher side?
- Are you struggling with weight gain?
- Do you suffer from digestive discomfort such as gas, bloating and diarrhoea?
- Are you finding it difficult to manage your cholesterol levels?
- Do you have low energy levels?
Treat the root cause with Glycemic Control
Research has shown that Type 2 diabetes has been linked to an imbalance in the gut flora. People with diabetes, in particular, have low amounts of beneficial bacteria that aid in the digestion of dietary fibre to make butyrate, a critical short-chain fatty acid required for glucose balance and gut lining health. Glycemic Control contains well designed ingredients such as probiotic strains, ALA and galactomannan which can help restore the healthy bacteria, improve insulin sensitivity and help regulate blood sugar.
We advise that you book a free consult with our Nutritionist Team or talk to your Health Practitioner before incorporating Glycemic Control, if you :
- Are pregnant or nursing.
- Are taking prescription medications for kidney disease, neurological conditions or are on insulin.
- Have allergies or sensitivities to certain ingredients.
- Are under the age of 18 or over the age of 65.
- Have recently undergone surgery.
Imbalances in the gut microbiome can lead to increased inflammation in the body, which is a key factor in the development of type 2 diabetes. Chronic inflammation can impair insulin sensitivity and disrupt normal glucose regulation. Furthermore, gut bacteria produce various metabolites, including lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and butyrate, which can affect insulin sensitivity and inflammation. High levels of LPS are associated with insulin resistance, while butyrate may have anti-inflammatory and beneficial effects.
Further, Probiotics can help in managing diabetes by:
Modulating and increasing the abundance of intestinal flora that are beneficial to glycemic control. producing the short-chain fatty acid butyrate, which helps the body process sugar and nourish the lining of the gut.
Decreasing the levels of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and proinflammatory cytokines to increase insulin sensitivity, reducing the abundance of harmful flora related to insulin resistance and the inflammatory response.
The Glycemic Control works best when accompanied by healthy diet and lifestyle choices. Here are some reminders:
Incorporate high-fiber foods such as whole grains, vegetables and legumes as they help to stabilize blood sugar levels.
Lean protein choices:
Opt for lean protein sources like poultry, fish, tofu and legumes. They assist in regulating blood sugar and enhancing satiety.
Healthy fats selection:
Choose healthy fats like olive oil, avocados and nuts. They improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise weekly (brisk walking, swimming, or cycling) and include strength training to enhance insulin sensitivity.
Strive for 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night, as poor sleep can impact blood sugar regulation and overall well-being.
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Probiotics- help in diabetes management as they can influence intestinal bacteria composition and improve carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. This can help decrease insulin resistance and dyslipidemia.
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)-helps reduce glucose by improving insulin sensitivity and has protective effects on damaged beta-cells.
Galactomannan- blocks the carbohydrate and lipid hydrolyzing enzymes in the digestive system, resulting in lowering the postprandial glucose levels.
Zinc- plays an important role in β-cell function, insulin action, glucose homeostasis and the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications.
Magnesium- improves glucose consumption and glucose tolerance and helps in reducing HbA1c and insulin resistance.
Folic acid- reduces plasma concentrations of homocysteine (marker of heart disease) and improves glycemic control and insulin resistance.
Vitamin D- enhances β-cell function via vitamin D receptors, induce insulin sensitivity and alleviate chronic inflammation which is involved in the developing of insulin resistance.
A clear sign that there is imbalance in certain species in your microbiome and the digestive process in not in great shape. This imbalance could have occurred over a period of time due to various factors including poor diet, high sugar levels, antibiotics, stress or even genetics.
Proof that It Works!
What is Glycemic Control?
Glycemic Control, a ready-to-mix sachet packed with a multi-blend of probiotic strains, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Galactomannan that promotes healthy blood glucose and cholesterol levels.
Which probiotic strain are present in Glycemic Control?
Glycemic Control contains a blend of clinically researched probiotic strains such as Lactobacillus Fermentum, Lactobacillus Acidophillus, Lactobacillus Reuteri and Bifidobacterium Bifidum.
How to take Glycemic Control supergut powder?
Glycemic Control comes in sachets. Simply shake, tear the sachet, mix it in water and drink.
Can I use Glycemic Control with Metformin?
Yes, absolutely! Glycemic Control has probiotics which in combination with Metformin has shown to exert beneficial effects on Glycemic control.
Can I take Glycemic Control with other probiotics?
Yes, you can take Glycemic Control with other probiotics. While we have not clinically tested Glycemic Control with other medication or supplements, there are no contraindications. We recommend seeking the advice of your healthcare provider for further recommendations.
Does Glycemic Control have any side effects?
While it's uncommon, a few people might encounter slight digestive alterations as a result of using this product. This indicates that the probiotic strains are adapting, and such effects are typically temporary. If you observe any allergic reactions, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.
Can this supplement replace my diabetes medication?
No, this supplement is not a replacement for prescribed diabetes medication. It should be used as a supportive measure in conjunction with your doctor's recommended treatment plan.
When can I start seeing results?
Results may differ from person to person, with some individuals experiencing improvements in blood sugar levels within a few weeks, while it may take longer for others. It generally takes up to three months to observe changes in your microbiome and impact HbA1C levels. Consistency in use is crucial for optimal results.
What to do if you have forgotten to take the dose of Glycemic Control?
If you remember shortly after the scheduled time, take the missed dose with your next meal. It's crucial not to skip doses for the supplement to work effectively.
What are the storage requirements of Glycemic Control?
Store in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children.