Glyco Manager Rx
Just how remarkable is the all new Glyco Manager Rx by Premier Pharmaceutical? This extraordinary sublingual formula allows carbohydrates from starchy foods to pass through the body, helping to shuttle nutrients into the muscle cells, staying away from the fat cells. The Scientifically tested ingredients in Glyco Manager Rx support healthy insulin function by enhancing metabolism and carbohydrate uptake.
Directions: For best results, take 15 minutes before a meal containing carbohydrates. Take a maximum of 2 droppers (2 ml) once per day under the tongue for 30 seconds and then swallow. Or you can mix with your favorite beverage. Do not exceed recommended dose and do not take more than one dose per day. It is important that you eat food within 15 minutes of using this product to avoid drop in blood sugar.
Reduces Carbohydrate and Lipid Absorption*
Decreases Calorie Absorption*
Supports Healthy Weight Loss*
Examining the Formula:
Glyco Manager Rx features a unique combination of Chromium, Vanadium, Phellodendron, and Banaba – these earth elements represent and contain a broad foundation of phytochemicals that are to be used as part of a healthy diet for maintaining maximum insulin response, expediting carbohydrate metabolism. Recent studies have shed light on the potential roles of Chromium and Vanadium in maintaining proper carbohydrate and lipid metabolism at a molecular level, by binding to insulin receptors and activating the receptor’s tyrosine kinase activity – what this means is that these compounds appear to play a role in amplifying the mechanism in insulin signaling and carbohydrate uptake. (1) Phellodendron and Crape Myrtle are believed to contain certain active ingredients within the leaves that have insulin-modulating properties. Specifically, Banaba, a variety of Crape Myrtle that grows in certain parts of the world (eg, Philippines, India, Malaysia, Australia) and contains corosolic acid, for which increased interest exists in relation to its potential role in treating type-2 diabetes, due to the multiple metabolic effects reported for corosolic acid, including stimulated glucose uptake. (2) Research continues to show that people can obtain better results by adding increased macro/micronutrients, phytonutrients, and herbs into their daily regimen.
- Vincent, J., (2000) The Biochemistry of Chromium, The Journal of Nutrition, 715-718. Department of Chemistry and Coalition for Biomolecular Products, The University of Alabama.
- Canale, R., Farney, T., McCarthy, C., Bloomer, R., (2011). A Blend of phellodendron and crape Myrtle Improves Glucose Tolerance in exercise-Trained Men. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolic Insights, 39-47, Cardiorespiratory and Metabolic Laboratory, The University of Memphis.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.