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by Carly Neubert, BA, NC January 08, 2020
If you live with diabetes and other blood sugar disorders, I’m sure you’re tired of the roller coaster. I’m talking about your blood sugar going up, up, up, and then crashing down. I’m also referring to your moods as they soar on a sugar high and plummet after you binge on carbohydrates and sugar snacks. Although genetics can play a part in diabetes, your genetics are not the only culprit. Your diet and lifestyle determine whether or not you will become and stay diabetic. If you got yourself into diabetes, then you can take yourself out. Diaxinol is a powerful tool for managing diabetes and prediabetes.
Diabetes is an expensive lifestyle disease. The most well-known diabetes medication is Metformin, which can range from $10 to $50 for a thirty-day supply. In comparison, you can use Diaxinol, which can be purchased here for $86.80 for 120 capsules or $49.60 for 60 capsules. I don’t recommend buying this one on Amazon because the manufacturer, Ortho Molecular does not allow their supplements to be sold on Amazon. So, if you see it for sale on Amazon, you can be assured that it is either a fraudulent supplement or was obtained unscrupulously.
The recommended dosage is just two capsules per day. Diaxinol comes with no side effects or major risks! In contrast, some of the side effects associated with Metformin are nausea, vomiting, lactic acidosis, and low Vitamin B12 levels. You cannot take Metformin if you have kidney disease, metabolic acidoses, or diabetic ketoacidosis. And, if you need to have an x-ray or CT scan, you might need to temporarily stop taking metformin. Diaxinol does not have any of the above side effects or risks and is considered to be a much safer alternative.
Diaxinol has five main ingredients that support your body’s ability to keep blood sugar steady. Alpha Lipoic Acid, Cinnulin (Cinnamon Bark Extract), Chromium, Biotin, and Vanadyl Sulfate. Most likely you’ve heard of all of these at one time or another, but let’s look at each individually.
Alpha Lipoic Acid is an antioxidant. It helps quench the free radicals created by high blood sugar. You can think of your cells as having a door with a lock. Alpha Lipoic Acid acts as a key to open the cell and allow glucose in. The glucose is then used to create energy. Essentially, alpha lipoic acid, helps your body use blood sugar more efficiently. It has also been medically proven to aid weight loss and weight control in individuals with a higher body mass index. The recommended daily dose of this ingredient is 200 - 400 mg. I suggest a higher dose if you are prediabetic or have diabetes. Diaxinol has your needs covered with 400 mg per daily serving.
Cinnulin is an extract made from cinnamon. You may have heard that cinnamon is good for diabetics or people with blood sugar issues. While this is true, it is pretty hard to eat enough cinnamon in your food to have a noticeable effect. You will get much better results if you take a cinnamon extract like Cinnulin. Medical studies have shown that Cinnulin helps you maintain steady blood sugar levels after eating carbohydrates. It has also shown promise for helping women with their menstrual cycles as well as support hormonal imbalances.
Cinnulin is proven to help you lose body fat and maintain a leaner body. It has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the risk of heart disease. Most importantly, Cinnulin can also increase your sensitivity to insulin. If you have type 2 diabetes you likely already know your condition comes with insulin resistance. Cinnulin teaches your cells to respond to insulin instead of ignoring it.
Chromium Picolinate is another ingredient with multiple benefits. It too supports weight loss and healthy blood glucose level. Chromium is part of a molecule called chromodulin, which assists insulin with getting sugar into your cells where it belongs. It also plays a part in processing carbohydrates, fat, and protein. The issue with chromium is absorption and it is very poorly absorbed in your lower intestine. This issue is why Diaxinol uses chromium picolinate.
This form is absorbed much better because it is attached to three molecules of picolinic acid. Chromium also assists insulin with allowing glucose into your cells. Just like the other ingredients, chromium teaches your cells to respond to insulin instead of staying resistant to it. Chromium can help you with your weight by reducing your hunger and cravings. Specifically, chromium achieves this by affecting your brain and causing it to ignore those hunger and craving signals. Additionally, some studies have linked chromium to a reduction in depression symptoms.
Vanadyl sulfate has been popular for bodybuilders. There has been some renewed interest in the vanadyl sulfate for its ability to increase insulin sensitivity and glycemic control. There have been several studies lately showing increased stimulation of Akt. This protein plays a major role in moving glucose from your blood into your cells.
You probably recognized a similarity with all of the ingredients in Diaxinol. They all work to move glucose out of your bloodstream and into your cells. Each ingredient works by slightly different actions, but they all achieve the same result: better blood sugar management, weight loss, and less insulin resistance.
Diabetes and depression seem to go hand-in-hand according to several studies. Depression is 2-3 times more likely in diabetic patients. If your body cells are resistant to insulin, then it makes sense that your brain cells would also become resistant to insulin. If your brain cells don’t receive the fuel (blood glucose) they need, they will likely malfunction.
A malfunctioning brain manifest as depression, addiction or other mental disorders. Recent studies have shown a shocking correlation between brain insulin resistance and many brain disorders including depression and dementia.
Diabetes does not have to run your life or ruin your health. It is much easier to manage diabetes than to suffer the side effects that come along with high blood sugar: namely: kidney disease, neuropathy, gangrene, heart disease, and limb removal.
If you are prediabetic or diabetic, now is the time to overcome this lifestyle disease. A low-carbohydrate diet is necessary for controlling your blood sugar. Diaxinol can help you reverse insulin resistance and weight gain. If you are overwhelmed with where to start, order a bottle of Diaxinol and schedule a free call with Carly Neubert, BA, NC.
Carly Neubert BA, NC
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