Diabetic Support for Healthy Blood Sugar Control
What to expect from GLUCOSMART:
Each Capsule of GlucoSmart Contains:
- GlucoSmart helps Blood sugar control
- GlucoSmart stops male facial hair growth
- GlucoSmart halts skin tags
- GlucoSmart helps PCOS
- GlucoSmart reduces belly fat
Pods, Ceratonice Siliqua) ...... 600mg
has been researched
specifically for women with PCOS, acne, male facial hair growth,
elevated androgrens (male hormones), belly fat, insulin resistance and
Suggested GlucoSmart Usage:
1 capsule a day or as directed by a healthcare
GLUCOSMART formulated by Lorna Vanderhaeghe author and womens health expert, Formule par Lorna Vanderhaeghe, auteure et experte en santÃƒÂ© fÃƒÂ©minine
1 capsule a day or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Take with food. Keep out of reach of children.
1 capsule par jour ou selon les directives dun practicien de soins de santÃƒÂ©. Prendre avec la nourriture. Garder hors de la portÃƒÂ©e des enfants.
Sealed for your protection and freshness/ pour votre protection et pour garder la fraÃƒÂ®cheur.
This product does not contain artificial preservatives, colour or sweeteners; soy or wheat.
Ne contient pas dagents de conservation, colorant ou ÃƒÂ©ducolorants artificiels; sans soja ni blÃƒÂ©.
ALL FORMULAS ARE MANUFACTURER TESTED AND 3RD PARTY VERIFIED FOR POTENCY
For over 25 years, a nutrient called D-Chiro-Inositol has been
extensively studied at the Virginia Medical School. Over 30 published
studies have been completed since 1979. Chirositol, which contains
around 95 percent D-chiro-inositol derived from carob, is a new nutrient
for the treatment of insulin-resistant conditions including metabolic
syndrome also called syndrome X, Type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovarian
syndrome, excess androgen-related conditions like male facial hair
growth in women, belly fat and weight management. It has also been shown
to reduce appetite and improve serotonin, our "happy" hormone. Reduced
serotonin or poor metabolism of serotonin is linked to increased sugar
cravings. So by modulating serotonin, chirositol helps control appetite.
Chirositol is a molecule that mediates insulin activity. It is
structurally similar to glucose. By mimicking insulin activity, it helps
control blood glucose levels, glucose storage or disposal of glucose in
the cell. And it will not cause hypoglycemia or low blood sugar in
those with normal blood sugar levels.
Beyond the compound's insulin metabolism and blood glucose control
benefits, existing studies have also shown it is beneficial for
polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), building muscle and weight control. In
those women with PCOS, weight gain around the hips and thighs, insulin
resistance and higher than normal androgens (male hormones), and
infertility due to not ovulating are major components of the disease.
PCOS is a very challenging condition to treat and chirositol effectively
reduced excess serum androgens and reduced weight gain and appetite. In
women who also do not ovulate or have irregular periods associated with
insulin resistance and PCOS, chirositol worked wonders. Most women with
PCOS are overweight but for those that are thin and have PCOS,
chirositol maintains normal blood sugar levels while normalizing
ovulation, reducing excess circulating male hormones and normalizing
Remember that permanent weight loss requires stabilization of blood
glucose and improved insulin sensitivity. Most of the glucose in your
body comes from the carbohydrates you eat, so you must eat only good
carbohydrates, not processed sugars, crackers, cookies, biscuits,
bagels, and breads. It is not complicated - eat foods that are as close
to their natural state as possible, with lots of variety and in
moderation. Chirositol added to this program is an effective way to
quickly normalize blood sugar and insulin. Use 600 mg per day of
Chirositol with food.
GlucoSmart Research Links:
Ovulatory and Metabolic Effects of d-Chiro-Inositol in the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
John E Nestler, MD, Daniela J Jakubowicz, MD, Paula Reamer, MA, Ronald D Gunn, MS, and Geoffrey Allan, PhD. NEJM.
1999; Volume 340:1314-1320
Altered D-Chiro-Inositol Urinary Clearance in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Jean-Patrice Baillargeon, MD, MSC, Evanthia Diamanti-Kandarakis, MD,
Richard E. Ostlund, Jr, MD, Teimuraz Apridonidze, MD, Maria J. Iuorno,
MD and John E. Nestler, MD. Diabetes Care.
2006; 29 (2): 300-305.
Effects of d-chiro-inositol in lean women with the polycystic ovary syndrome.
Iuorno MJ, Jakubowicz DJ, Baillargeon JP, Dillon P, Gunn RD, Allan G, Nestler JE. Endocr Pract.
2002 Nov-Dec; 8(6): 417-23.
D-chiro-inositol and insulin resistance: An allosteric point of view. Frontiers in Animal Diabetes Research
p 211-234. Larner, J. E. Shafrir, B. Hanson, Eds. (2002).
Insulin-Stimulated Release of D-Chiro-Inositol-Containing Inositolphosphoglycan Mediator Correlates with Insulin
Sensitivity in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Kai I Cheang,
PharmD, MS, Jean-Patrice Baillargeon, MD, MS, Paulina A Essah, MD, MS,
Richard E Ostlund, Jr, MD, Teimuraz Apridonize, MD, Leila Islam, MS, and
John E. Nestler, MD. Metabolism.
2008 October; 57(10): 1390-1397.
Therapy Increases Insulin-Stimulated Release of
D-Chiro-Inositol-Containing Inositolphosphoglycan Mediator in Women with
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Jean-Patrice Baillargeon, Maria J. Iuorno, Daniela J. Jakubowicz, Teimuraz Apridonidze, Na He and John E. Nestler. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
2004 Vol. 89, No. 1 242-249.
LORNA VANDERHAEGHE GlucoSmart
In 2002 the World Health Organization estimated that over 177 million people world wide have diabetes. By
2025, this figure will top 300 million. Over two million Canadians have diabetes. Of those with diabetes it is
estimated that up to 80% will die as a result of heart dis ease or stroke. It is also estimated that another 2% of
the population have it and do not know it.
Diabetics can either secrete little or no insulin, and/or their body
does not respond appropriately to insulin, meaning it cannot transfer
glucose from the bloodstream into cells and maintain healthy blood
When food is eaten the digestive system breaks it down into basic elements turning starches and sugars into
glucose. Your pancreas produces insulin which helps the glucose get into the cells where it is used as energy. In
Type 2 diabetes the body is unable to use insulin properly as the cell becomes resistant to insulin's message and
as a result the glucose can not enter the cell and builds up in the blood stream. The pancreas then makes more
insulin but the cells become even more resistant. Over time resistance to insulin exhausts the pancreas and it
loses its ability to produce insulin. In those with this extreme form of insulin resistance insulin medication is