Diaxinol (60 count)

Diaxinol (60 count)

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Ortho Molecular's Diaxinol is a leading-edge supplement combining well-studied natural ingredients and appropriate dosages for those seeking to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.

Ortho Molecular’s Diaxinol is a leading-edge supplement combining well-studied natural ingredients and appropriate dosages. The ingredients included in Diaxinol are of the utmost quality, and formulations are made with safety in mind.

Biotin Shown to support glycolysis in the liver and pancreas by its promotion of the enzyme glucokinase. Biotin is a key player for persons needing support for glucose uptake.

Chromium Chromium facilitates the uptake of glucose into cells, working naturally with the body’s own insulin. Most multivitamins provide 200 mcg of chromium, but additional chromium may be needed for those wanting to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

Gymnema Gymnema sylvestre is a plant that is found in the tropical forests of India and in parts of Africa. Extracts of gymnema have been used worldwide for numerous health benefits. The leaves of Gymnema sylvestre have been studied for their role in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.

Lipoic Acid Lipoic acid is one of the most beneficial nutrients for those seeking to achieve optimal-range blood sugars. Lipoic acid has antioxidant activity that maintains microcirculation and has been used successfully for more than 30 years in Germany.

Cinnamon (Cinnulin®) Research has found cinnamon is beneficial in decreasing fasting glucose levels and has beneficial effects on cardiovascular health. Components known as Type A Polymers have been found to give cinnamon its beneficial properties.

Vanadyl Sulfate Functioning much like chromium, research has revealed that vanadyl sulfate acts to help cells activate transport proteins for glucose uptake. Scientific quantities of vanadyl sulfate have shown significant benefits for individuals in controlled studies. In some people, these benefits were sustained for as long as two weeks after discontinuing their use of vanadyl sulfate.
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