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GlucoScript ® contains a proprietary blend of ingredients to support already healthy blood glucose and metabolism*.
This will promote your heart, vision, skin and kidney health.*
Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules daily with food or snack. You may also start with one capsule and titrate upward. This product may be taken without regard to meals.
*** PLEASE NOTE: GlucoScript ® is intended to promote carbohydrate metabolism in the body*. Even though GlucoScript ® is available without a prescription, we recommend that you consult with your physician to make sure it is right for you.
*** WHO CAN TAKE IT? GlucoScript ® is suitable for people who want to maintain already normal levels of blood sugar. It is NOT suitable for people with hypoglycemia. Individuals with Pre-Diabetes may derive benefit, however you should obtain your practitioner's approval for all changes made to your supplement regiment. If you have gestational diabetes or are nursing please consult your physician before using GlucoScript ®.
Each ingredient in this product is non-GMO. This product is FREE of the following common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, shellsh, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, and soybeans.
Contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. This product does NOT contain magnesium stearate.
Berberine is a compound that is extracted from the Oregon Grape plant. Medicinal uses of berberine have been documented in China since 3000 BC. Berberine has been shown in studies to help maintain already normal levels of blood glucose.* A study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism in 2008 found that berberine had a significant impact on hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) levels.*
In addition, Berberine helps upregulate LDL receptor expression, allowing for more effective clearance of LDL from the bloodstream. It does NOT act like a statin, thus it does not affect the complex biosynthesis pathway, nor interfere with CoQ10 production.*
Research also suggests that long-term berberine intake might improve insulin secretion.* Additionally, berberine has been shown to increase insulin receptor expression, indicating that it helps support glycemic control by promoting endogenous production of insulin while improving utilization of insulin.*
By inhibiting intestinal disaccharidases involved in digesting carbs, berberine helps maintain already normal levels of post-prandial blood glucose.* Up-regulating berberine’s positive influence on carbohydrate-digesting enzymes is supported by observations in cultured human cell lines. Finally, berberine been shown to help maintain the body's normal inflammatory response by helping maintain healthy levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines produced in the body.*
Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant found naturally in red grapes, berries, and cacao.* It has hundreds of scientific papers on it. The medical literature shows that resveratrol promotes healthy insulin sensitivity.* It supports thyroid function, which in term supports healthy blood sugar regulation.* Trans resveratrol provides support for eye health.* Resveratrol is also thought to help a person maintain healthy cholesterol ratios.* In the case of autoimmune disorders, well-designed clinical trials have shown that resveratrol can help prevent neuronal cell death.* Many scientists suggest resveratrol provides cognitive health benefits.* And, as a potent antioxidant, trans resveratrol is a powerful free-radical scavenger.*
Holy Basil Leaf (Ocimum sanctum)
Holy Basil is also known as “Tulsi” and is well known for its adaptogenic effect on adrenal glands and the ability to maintain healthy cortisol rhythm.* A reduction of cortisol leads to a higher sense of well-being and relaxation.*
Because of its remarkable ability to support healthy cortisol secretion, glucose metabolism and lipid levels, Holy Basil is included in GlucoScript ®.* It is protective to the liver as well.
Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)
This botanical is also known as a huckleberry, or European blueberry. The natural blue pigment is a strong antioxidant that quells free radicals.* Bilberry is best known for promoting healthy vision.* Using animal models, researchers have shown that bilberry extract helped maintain already normal levels of blood glucose and increased insulin sensitivity by activating AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in white adipose (fat) tissue, skeletal muscle and the liver.* AMPK stimulates fat breakdown in liver and muscle (a good thing) and normal insulin secretion by your pancreas.*
Studies support a protective influence of vitamin D on carbohydrate metabolism.* Many people are insufficient in vitamin D, as much as 77% of the US population. Most cross-sectional and prospective studies in various populations show an inverse association between circulating 25-hydroxyvitamin D (vitamin D) and fasting plasma glucose, impaired glucose tolerance, hemoglobin A1c, and metabolic syndrome.* Taken together, the data suggests the vitamin D is helpful to people struggling with these types of issues.
This mineral improves glucose uptake into the cell.* It inhibits cross-linking of glycated collagen, which promotes good cardiovascular health.* Chromium is touted to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and control cravings.* In one well-designed clinical trial, people who took a chromium supplement had better hemoglobin A1c values, fasting blood glucose levels, and blood sugar control compared to placebo.* Body builders like chromium because it promotes lean muscle mass, and helps reduce body fat.*
Niacin (Vitamin B3) and 5-MTHF (Folate)
B vitamins are important for heart health.* These 2 nutrients help you to reduce homocysteine levels, which -when elevated- can decrease cardiovascular health and increase neurotoxicity.* Both the niacin and the folate are in body-ready, bioavailable forms.* They are also needed for your body's natural detoxification pathway, the methylation pathway.* The methylation pathway helps you to produce important compounds in the body such as SAMe and glutathione, two major players in detoxification and general health and well-being.* You can read more about methylation here. The "Metafolin" is a high-quality methylated form of folate. This is NOT folic acid, this is genuine folate. A study in Vascular Medicine concluded that this B vitamin "can improve endothelial function independent of homocysteine-lowering..."*
Niacin and folate are sometimes used to improve blood circulation, which can be a problem in people with cold hands and feet, and people with restless arms or legs.*
Zinc is an antioxidant mineral that supports healthy immune function.* Zinc deficiency may play a role in people with abnormal immune function according to research.* In fact, people with diabetes are known to have insufficient amounts of zinc in their blood, and higher amounts in their urine. Zinc is also known to protect the skin and promote wound healing.*
Accumulating evidence suggests that reactive oxygen species, known more commonly as “oxidative stress”, is part of the cytokine cascade that can cause many adverse health effects. Antioxidants, particularly fat-soluble ones like vitamin E are thought to ameliorate free radical damage.* Gamma tocopherol, an isomer of vitamin E that is found naturally in small amounts in food, has been studied and shown to provide nutritional support to people with type 2 diabetes.* According to a scientific article published in The European Journal of Nutrition, gamma tocopherol may reverse or delay the onset of insulin resistance.*
Magnesium and Potassium
Very small amounts of these two minerals are included for supporting beta cell function.* Beta cells help produce insulin and are dependent on various minerals to secrete insulin. Magnesium and potassium are often depleted in individuals who drink coffee or tea. Magnesium and potassium also help maintain already healthy blood pressure levels.* Both potassium and magnesium are critical electrolytes that have a positive on healthy heart rhythm.* Magnesium deficiencies can, in turn, cause dysregulation in the body's potassium levels.*
Low potassium can lead to heart rhythm abnormalities.*