Chromium supports balanced blood sugar levels. When blood sugar levels are out of balance a person will crave sugar. Chromium is an essential trace element which is required for normal insulin function. 60 Vcaps
Chromium 3,340mcg supports balanced blood sugar levels. When blood sugar levels are out of balance a person will crave sugar. Chromium is an essential trace element which is required for normal insulin function. You should consider taking GO Chromium 3,340mcg if you suffer from any of the following: Carbohydrate cravings, sugar cravings, low blood sugar levels, insulin resistance.
Adults: Take 1 VegeCap daily. Best taken on an empty stomach between breakfast and lunch. Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.
Chromium is a trace mineral and is essential to the body's production of insulin. Insulin is a hormone that stabilizes the body's blood sugar level. Chromium enhances insulin's effect in the body, improving the uptake of glucose, causing better blood circulation and maintenance of blood sugar level. Chromium may be useful for the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus and Chromium deficiency may be an underlying cause of some cases of Diabetes Mellitus. Hypoglycemia may occur as a result of Chromium deficiency and supplemental Chromium may alleviate the symptoms of Hypoglycemia. Chromium may help to prevent obesity (by improving the body's utilisation of glucose) and may stimulate weight loss in people afflicted with obesity. Chromium helps to reduce carbohydrate and sugar cravings, which could be of further benefit to those looking at weight loss. Chromium concentrates in the muscles and may help to increase lean body mass. Chromium deficiency can result in: high blood fat and cholesterol levels, and diabetes-like symptoms of glucose intolerance, weakness, depression, confusion, weight loss, thirst, hunger and frequent urination.
Chromium picolinate (equiv. to Chromium 400mcg) 3,340mcg
Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Chromium supplements can decrease insulin requirements in diabetics. Always read the label. Take only as directed. If taking medication for diabetes consult your Healthcare professional prior to taking. If taking prescription medication please consult your Healthcare Professional.