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Diabetic Support Formula


If you have diabetes and occasionally have an “oopsie,” it happens to the best of us. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Our evidence-based diabetic formula is packed with bio-active ingredients that have been shown by research to help reduce blood glucose levels over the long term. In addition, we have included ingredients that will help increase insulin sensitivity, minimize neuropathy, and reduce oxidative stress. Diabetics need these ingredients more than any others to be healthy.

If you are taking supplements from the drug store, they are mostly synthetic and worthless. Our bodies cannot absorb man-made nutrients no matter how large a dose you take.

We not only use the highest-quality ingredients, but have also added a special ingredient that improves the condition of your GI tract which increases absorption of all nutrients you ingest.

You could buy these 11 ingredients separately, which would cost between $130-170 plus shipping and taxes, but we’ve conveniently put them all into one supplement to make it easier for you to be healthy.

One and done! Plus free shipping!

Directions: Take 2 tabs in am and 2 tabs in pm.




Ingredients and Amounts (Per Day):

D-Biotin (Vitamin B7) – Our formula uses D-biotin because out of eight different types of biotin, only D-biotin occurs naturally and is biologically active. D-biotin is a water-soluble B vitamin and is involved in lipid, protein and carbohydrate metabolism. It also aids in glucose synthesis and helps break down fatty acids. (24 mcg)

Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) – ALA is a powerful, plant-based antioxidant that destroys free radicals that cause cellular damage. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, studies suggest ALA helps lower blood sugar levels. It may also improve insulin sensitivity, and decrease oxidative stress and inflammation. German research has shown that ALA was successful in treating diabetic nerve damage. The same researchers say that ALA enhances the action of insulin and other anti-diabetic drugs. There are such small amounts of ALA in food, and it has so many benefits, that it is thought that almost everyone could benefit by taking this supplement. (600 mg)

Chromium Picolinate – A trace mineral that improves the action of insulin and improves glucose metabolism. Chromium helps balance glucose levels and gives stable energy. (200 mcg)

Vitamin C – An antioxidant that lowers the levels of sorbitol, the sugar that damages cells in the eyes, kidneys, and nerves. Diabetes may lower serum vitamin C concentrations. (100 mg)

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) – We use D3 instead of D2 (ergocalciferol) because D3 is about 87% more potent in raising and maintaining vitamin D concentrations than D2, and is also converted into its active form 500% faster than D2. Vitamin D boosts production of antimicrobial peptides which destroy viruses, bacteria, and other germs, which is helpful for diabetics, who usually have weakened immunity. An insufficiency of vitamin D may negatively influence blood sugar control. A vitamin D deficiency has been shown to alter insulin synthesis and secretion. Vitamin D is one of the most common vitamin deficiencies in the United States. It is estimated that 70% of the U.S. population is not getting adequate D. Another study found that only 10% of the U.S. population had therapeutic levels of vitamin D3 in their systems. In addition to possibly boosting insulin synthesis, adequate levels of vitamin D will elevate your mood, improve your memory and other cognitive abilities. It can take several months for vitamin D supplementation to normalize levels. (25 mcg)

Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) – We use d-alpha tocopherol because it is better absorbed than the synthetic form, dl-alpha tocopherol. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that improves glucose control. It protects blood vessels and nerves from free radical damage, which is accelerated by diabetes. Vitamin E can reduce protein glycosylation in diabetics. (134 mg)

Magnesium Bisglycinate – We use bisglycinate because it is much more bio-active than other types of magnesium. It is four times more effective than citrate forms of magnesium. Magnesium decreases insulin resistance and helps keep blood sugar levels under control. It is thought that a deficiency in magnesium interrupts insulin secretion in the pancreas and increases insulin resistance in the body’s tissues. After vitamin D, magnesium deficiency is the second most common nutrient deficiency in developed countries. In the U.S. magnesium deficiency can be due to our consumption of processed foods and the depletion of magnesium from agricultural soil and water. Caffeine and alcohol consumption also deplete magnesium. It can take three months to see results of magnesium supplementation. (400 mg)

Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P) – We use P5P instead of vitamin B6 because P5P is the bio-active form of B6 and some people have trouble converting B6 into P5P. P5P supports nerve health which can help diabetic neuropathy and it is also important for amino acid and carbohydrate metabolism. B6 may improve glucose tolerance. B6 deficiency is common among diabetics and leads to reduced secretions of insulin and glucagon. B6 is necessary for making serotonin and helps balance dopamine and norepinephrine. B vitamins are water-soluble and aren’t stored in your body, so they need to be constantly replenished. Many substances can prevent B6 from being absorbed, including alcohol, coffee, birth control pills, food coloring and more. In addition, B vitamins are delicate and are easily destroyed by microwaving, freezing, canning and heat. (80 mg)

Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) – Most B12 supplements use cyanocobalamin which is chemically synthesized. We use methylcobalamin because it is naturally occurring and bio-active. It is retained in higher amounts within your tissues. Deficiency is a common problem for many older adults, vegans and vegetarians. As we age, the absorption of B12 from food declines. Alcohol consumption depletes B12 and issues with GI function can lead to deficiency because B12 absorption depends on digestive enzymes and stomach acids being in balance. Metformin can deplete B12 as well. B12 is needed for the synthesis of melatonin and will help improve sleep, mood, memory, and brain cell health. B12 is one of the best vitamins for diabetics who suffer from neuropathy and/or a compromised immune system. (80 mcg)

Zinc Orotate – We use zinc orotate because it passes through cell membranes easier than other types of zinc; therefore there are higher concentrations in your tissues. Zinc gluconate and zinc oxide are popular but not bio-available; very little is absorbed by your body. Zinc is required to utilize P5P (B6) and is depleted by alcohol consumption. Zinc is an antioxidant and may protect beta cells in the pancreas from being destroyed. It is also necessary for the manufacture of insulin in the beta cells. (20 mg)

3 reviews for Diabetic Support Formula

  1. C.G.

    Great quality products that give me more energy and have helped me feel my best every day. Highly recommend!

  2. Victor C., WI

    Excellent product and excellent customer service. I recommend to all my friends.

  3. Lily M., Twin Cities

    It is difficult to find a supplement company I can trust and that uses the best quality nutrients. I’m so happy I found the Diabetic Support Formula, my A1C has improved and I have more energy.

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