Nucentix GS-85, the All-In-One Formula that Helps Support...
- Healthy blood sugar, around the clock
- Healthy fasting blood glucose
- Healthy blood sugar after meals
- Healthy weight and BMI
- Healthy cholesterol
- Healthy triglycerides
- Healthy body weight
- Healthy insulin sensitivity
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It's time to get off the crazy blood sugar "teeter-totter"
For many erratic blood sugar sufferers, living a “carefree” life seems to be a thing of the past. You spend every day worrying about how certain foods will affect your blood sugar. You do your best to keep enough of the “right” food nearby at all time. You've followed your healthcare providers advise and you're both not happy with your numbers, up and down with no real consistency. What you need to hear is, it's not your fault. Scientists are now beginning to recognize the “missing link” to a number of glucose related challenges that continue to be overlooked by most health care professionals.
"Blood sugar isn’t all about sugars and carbs, it’s about Mitochondria” says leading glucose expert, Dr. Charles Williams.
The "Mitochondria" is known as the powerhouse of cells.1 One of its main jobs is to take the glucose in the bloodstream and then convert that glucose into energy.2 But here’s where problems happen. When mitochondria are damaged, cells struggle to turn glucose into energy.3 As a result sugar continues to float around in the bloodstream and begins to build up which could jeopardize health, quickly.4
What causes Mitochondria to be damaged in the first place?
One answer is chronic inflammation.5 Chronic inflammation is trigged by the foods we eat, age, environmental toxins, stress, an unhealthy gut, certain medications.6 7 8 9 10 But what makes chronic inflammation so bad? It’s been linked to erratic blood sugar and insulin issues.11 And inflammation damages mitochondria.12 13 14
Damaged mitochondria struggles to process the glucose in the blood and then it doesn’t matter how much insulin the pancreas produces. That’s because even if insulin manages to open up the body’s cellular walls, glucose will continue to build up in the blood. The pancreas can eventually stop producing insulin altogether.15
20 years of medical research boiled down into ONE blood sugar support breakthrough, GS-85!
In reviewing over 20 years of clinical and scientific research focused on mitochondria health I started noticing that the same herbs and spices kept coming up.16 I couldn’t deny that the research I was seeing was pretty compelling and made me question my entire approach to supplementing healthy blood sugar.
That's when I was introduced to the medical research team at Nucentix. They're a company based here in the United States, in Colorado. I was impressed with the extensive research behind their GS-85 formula which incorporates the same herbs and spices I identified in my research. I can say now that I’ve never been prouder to be speaking to the public about GS-85.
I believe their unique proprietary 20 ingredient formula provides everything needed to get the job done so you can feel your very best. Let's take a look at the first 3 ingredients in the GS-85 formula.
"As a practicing physician and a proud veteran, I've worked with thousands suffering from erratic glucose levels for years now. And I’ve seen first-hand how this problem can destroy lives. I've teamed up with Nucentix Nutrition, the creators of GS-85. It helps support the Mitochondria in breaking down glucose much faster... even after eating sweets." – Charles Williams, MD
— Holds potential to reduce postprandial blood glucose levels
In a recent meta-analysis published in the Annals of Family Medicine that reviewed 10 Randomized Clinical Trials with 543 patients it was found that just 120 mg of cinnamon extract per day is “associated with a statistically significant decrease in levels of fasting plasma glucose.17
In a separate review of 5 studies with 311 human subjects it was found that supplementation with cinnamon could reduce blood sugar levels by between 10.3% and 29%. Leading the researchers to conclude that it holds potential to reduce postprandial blood glucose levels.18