Reglucol™ - References

I Product Info I Ingredients
I Recommended Use
I Clinical Trials
I Research Brief
I References




Indication: obesity, dysbolism, chronic fatigue, increased glucose level; to increase lean muscle mass in sportsmen.

Actions: helps normalize blood glucose levels, decreases sugar cravings, helps decrease blood cholesterol levels, improves the cardiac muscle nourishment, helps normalize body weight, promotes fat burning.

Ingredients(per one capsule):

Chromium (as chromium + GPM™) - 50 mcg; Gymnema sylvestre leaf extract 6:1 (25% gymnemic acids) (equivalent to 1200 mg of crude herb) - 200 mg; Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa) leaf extract 20:1 (1% corosolic acid) (equivalent to 320 mg of crude herb) - 16 mg.

Low USA domestic & international



Reglucol™ - References:

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