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Healthy Glucose Formula

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Healthy Gluco Formula 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Healthy Gluco Formulacombines clinically verified nutrients and botanicals with synergistic vitamins and minerals to help regulate and maintain blood sugar levels.

This product is designed to inhibit the formation of the Advanced Glycation End-products (AGE)

** If you have diabetes and problems with sugar metabolism, the sugar reacts with  proteins in your tissues and accumulate AGEs in your blood vessels, nerves, and eyes, thereby causing damage.


Key Ingredients

Chromium (ChromeMate®)

Chromium increases insulin’s ability to bind to cells, increases insulin receptor numbers on cells, and improves insulin’s ability to detect glucose molecules in the blood.

Chromium is often deficient in those with impaired glucose metabolism. Restoring chromium levels in these individuals helps to stabilize their blood sugar levels.

ChromeMate® is a unique, patented niacin-bound chromium complex that significantly increases the bioavailability, biological activity and efficacy of chromium.

In animal models used to estimate bioavailability in humans, ChromeMate was absorbed and retained more than 600% greater than chromium chloride and 300% greater than chromium picolinate.

Cinnulin PF®

Cinnulin PF is a patented water-soluble extract of Cinnamomum. Cinnamon has been studied extensively for its roles in glucose uptake, glycogen synthesis, insulin action, and support for healthy blood lipid metabolism.

Human studies have shown that water-extracted cinnamon supplementation helped the body maintain healthy blood sugar levels, improved antioxidant status, and supported healthy blood pressure and body composition changes.


Manganese and Vanadium (as TRAACS® Manganese Glycinate Chelate and TRAACS® Vanadium Nicotinate Glycinate Chelate): 

Impaired glucose metabolism has been linked with manganese deficiency, which can result in pancreatic insufficiencies.

Manganese is also a component of the free radical scavenger Superoxide Disumutase (SOD) that protects cells, most notably pancreatic beta-cells that produce insulin. Supplementing with manganese can help restore pancreatic function.

Vanadium is believed to enhance the effects of insulin and can also help support balanced glucose metabolism. These important minerals  are supplied as TRAACS.

Supporting science shows that TRAACS chelated minerals remain stable as they travel through the stomach--providing 90% greater absorption over other mineral salts.

In addition to higher bioavailability, they are easier to tolerate than many other mineral forms, avoiding unpleasant gastric discomfort.

Zinc (as TRAACS®  Zinc Glycinate Chelate)

Zinc plays an important role in improving insulin’s ability to bind to receptors on cell membranes and transport glucose into the cells to be used as energy. 

Zinc is also needed for the beta cells in the pancreas to produce insulin. Additionally, zinc is an integral component of antioxidant enzymes and a cofactor for enzymatic processes in glucose and sugar metabolism.

High concentrations of glucose levels combined with low zinc levels can result in an increase of free radicals known to cause neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy seen in diabetic individuals.

Thiamine (Vitamin B1) and Vitamin B6:

Thiamine is a cofactor for two important enzymes which are fundamental for intracellular glucose metabolism. Found in nerve tissue, thiamine also modulates nerve impulse transmission. 

Vitamin B1 levels are lower in diabetics, partly because the elevated blood sugar causes increased thiamine excretion by the kidney, at a rate of 16 to 25 times higher than normal. 

Vitamin B6, as pyridoxine, is another important coenzyme. It is important for amino acid and carbohydrate metabolism.

Vitamin B6 deficiency is common among those with poor blood sugar control, and clinical data show that diabetics who take insulin have lower vitamin B6 levels than those taking oral anti-diabetics.

This demonstrates that vitamin B6 levels get even lower as diabetes progresses. Studies also show that vitamin B6 deficiency is strongly associated with glucose intolerance and reduced secretion of insulin and glucagon.

Suggested Use

Take 3 capsules daily in divided doses with meals as a dietary supplement, or as directed by your health practitioner.


If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medications, consult your health practitioner before use. Discontinue use and consult your health practitioner if any adverse reactions occur.