Natural Diabeties Solution

Billy Mo
By Billy Mo Latest Reply 2014-10-11 17:56:05 -0500
Started 2014-10-06 14:44:37 -0500

Has anybody heard or tried something called Gluco Health. If so could you respond with your thoughts and if you tried it, did it work. thanks

3 replies

Chopstix 2014-10-11 17:56:05 -0500 Report

How do know your body needs all of that at once? Since I have incorporated turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, unfiltered apple cider vinegar, garlic into my daily diet my blood glucose readings are from the high 80's to the low 100's. Plus, if weather permitting, I get some exercise. Why take a pill when the real thing taste better? I'll either make me a tea with the aforementioned spices or cook with them. I do the tea 1-3 times a day and if I have coffee I will put a dash of cinnamon in it. I also use stevia or monk fruit as my sweetener. Research what can happen to sugar levels if your body does not enough chromium and/or magnesium also…

jayabee52 2014-10-06 15:38:29 -0500 Report

Howdy Billy

Just because something bills itself as "natural" doesn't mean that it is necessarily good for you. After all, nightshade is natural, but is deadly. I am not saying this product is dangerous to you, but just wanted to point that out so as not to be entranced by the word natural.

This product costs $30 for 120 capsules and the dosing info is "Take 1 to 2 capsules 3 or 4 times a day before meals with water. If needed take 2 capsules at bedtime 2 hours after dinner." ~
With dosages like that a bottle would perhaps not last a month.

I would guess that you have T2 diabetes from what you ask here. You might be able to manage your diabetes without resorting to medications like this. I manage my T2 simply by what I eat and avoid eating. If you'd like to hear more about this, just ask me.

God's best to you


haoleboy 2014-10-06 15:03:47 -0500 Report

Given that the following was on the "Gluco Health" web site:
"The main causes of Prameha (Diabetes) are lack of exercise and improper food habits"
I'll pass

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