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for a normal carbohydrate, blood glucose and lipid metabolism

GLUCO STABLE capsules help with
a normal carbohydrate metabolism
maintaining a normal blood glucose level
a normal fatty acid and cholesterol metabolism

Package size:

Contents: 120 capsules

Preis:  49,00  inkl. USt.

Glucose or carbohydrate metabolism disorders affect around 6-10% of the population. This means that almost one in ten of us is not able to convert the energy we derive from our daily food intake in a healthy manner. Short-term effects of an insufficient conversion of carbohydrates are chronic fatigue, lack of energy and motivation as well as a general feeling of weakness. The B-complex vitamins as well as chromium, zinc, and manganese help metabolize carbohydrates and sugars and support the processing of these calorie carriers in the cellular power plants. Cinnamon bark extract as well as the trace element chromium promote the absorption of blood glucose in the cells, ensuring a proper energy supply from food calories. Astaxanthin is a highly potent antioxidant derived from special types of algae. Together with the vitamins D3 and E, it protects the biomembranes of the cells in our body.

The daily dose (= 2 capsules) of GLUCO STABLE contains the following decisive ingredients:

Ingredients Per daily dose (= 2 capsules) NRV*
Vitamin B1 (thiamin) 3.3 mg 300%
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 4.2 mg 300%
Vitamin B3 (niacin) 48 mg 300%
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) 18 mg 300%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxal) 4.2 mg 300%
Vitamin B7 (biotin) 150 mcg 300%
Vitamin B9 (folic acid) 600 mcg 300%
Vitamin B12 (cobalamins) 7.5 mcg 300%
Vitamin C 200 mg 250%
Vitamin D3 (calciferols) 20 mcg 400%
Vitamin E (tocopherol) 60 mg 500%
Trace elements:
Chromium 80 mcg 200%
Manganese 2 mg 100%
Zinc 15 mg 150%
Other decisive ingredients:
Astaxanthin 3 mg
Cinnamon extract 200 mg
   equates to pure cinnamon bark 2,000 mg

*NRV = Nutrient Reference Value. The values of the ingredients are based on average analyses.


Recommended intake:

1 capsule in the morning and evening with sufficient liquid.


Please note:

Even though diabetes is a disorder relating to glucose and carbohydrate utilization, diabetics should pay special attention to a moderate intake of proteins, as an excess of dietary protein makes the connective tissue “stick” together. Consequently, it is more difficult for sugar molecules and also micronutrients that are important for the metabolism to enter the body cells from the bloodstream. Diabetics should thus pay attention to a moderate intake of protein (approx. 1 g of protein per kg of body weight) and a base-rich diet. People with elevated blood lipids should make sure to consume a sufficient amount of omega-3 fatty acids (e.g. cold-pressed linseed oil or fish oils) on a daily basis.