Sugar Blocker

An extract of an Indian plant, Gymnema sylvestre, which is claimed to decrease absorption of dietary sugars, resulting in weight loss; chewing on the bitter leaves may suppress appetite
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The vendor's D-Care product line includes an herbal weight-management system for increasing energy and reducing body fat; high-protein, low-sugar snack bars and meal replacement bars; fruit-flavor glucose tablets; a sugar blocker, and a reformulated vitamin line.
"There are several natural options to help better control blood sugar and improve insulin function." The key categories that our industry addresses include appetite suppressants, sweet craving control, reducing the rate of glycolysis, insulin sensitizers, starch blockers and sugar blockers. Most of these products can be used in multiple delivery systems, including foods, beverages and supplements, in both pill and chewable options."