Antagolin Review

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AntaGolin is a pill that is supposed to assist in helping diabetics control their sugar and help them lose weight. AntaGolin is manufactured by Medical Nutritional Institute of South Africa. AntaGolin is targeted more towards diabetic patients because most diabetic patients have a time controlling their weight, due to the lack of insulin. AntaGolin will help control the insulin in your body which will help you shed the pounds.

You can visit the Medical Nutritional Institute website to read a detailed page on all AntiGolin does and how it works. It will provide you with information on how AntiGolin will work to control the insulin and help you lose the weight.

You can purchase a one month supply of AntiGolin for about $45. One bottle contains 60 pills. You will need to take one pill twice a day with meals.

Ingredients

Insul-X2 200 mg, Bana-ba leaf extract, (Corosolic acid 1%) 500 mg, and Alpha Lipoic acid 150 mg.

Product Features

AntiGolin helps diabetics with insulin control. After controlling the insulin, the diabetic will begin losing weight. One bottle of AntiGolin is roughly $45 depending on where you buy it from. With one bottle you will receive a month supply of pills which contains 60 pills.

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Advantages

  • May help control insulin.
  • Offers a very detailed website full of information of how the pill works.
  • No side effects reported.

Disadvantages

  • The website does not offer a lot of information on the company.
  • AntiGolin does not appear to have any testimonials on their website.
  • The website does not contain any type of contact information.
  • AntiGolin has not been clinically tested.

Conclusion

AntiGolin should not be used to treat diabetes. Though the pill claims it will help control your insulin, you should ask a doctor before using this product. Just because it claims to be good for you and will help control your insulin, doesn’t mean it will. This pill may be completely safe for you to take and it may help control your insulin, but you should see a doctor before ordering. The bottle of AnitGolin is pretty pricey and there are no guarantees offered, so checking with a doctor before you purchase the bottle is a good idea.

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87 User Reviews about Antagolin

  • 1
    Lungile

    am 35 year and I was diagnised with diabetis and the age of 26 and hypetension at tha age of 30 I was battling to loose weight and I also had painful feets due to diabetis,since I started using antagolin my blood sugar range within 10 downwards and my feets are not sore anymore AND I only started using Antagolin 2 months ago bt I have manage to loose 9 kgs plus pain free feets!

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  • 2
    miki

    i really had doubts about this product . However, i commenced on this epic adventure in the pursuit of weight loss and i can hcnestly say im thrilled at the outcome. With a combination of will-power a sweet tooth and a 102cm waist line I embarked on this wonderful journey.I noticed that i had less cravings,more energy and generally felt great.After only five weeks i have officially had the guts to climed on the scale . I screamed with joy. AN EXPLOSIVE EIGHT KILOGRAM LOSS. How is this even possible.? My collagues at work are amazing and have decided to join me on this fantastic ADVENTURE. I feel fabulous.I can honestly say , reduce your stress ,because it does contribute to weight gain.Ive changed my opinion about myself and instead of looking at an overweight ,frustrated happy faced person…. im looking at a gorgeous energetic woman who feels beautiful and sexy.Good luck … if i can do this…. so can you.

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  • 3
    Liz

    is it true that they help in loosing weight.

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  • 4
    Khairoonnisha Ayob

    I have bought the product and had 15 tablets. I have broken out into a rash. Could this be due to AntaGolin? If so what do I do? The small pimples that look like mosquito bites are around my abdomen and lower back. Could you please advice.
    Thank you

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  • 5
    Luzelle

    Can I use it while lactating?

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  • 6
    Tania Herbert

    I started using antagolin two days ago.im experiencing savere headaches which i knw is a side effect.wot i want to know is,is it normal for ur sugar level to drop nd to start spotting?

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    Sharon

    I tried Antagolin for a few days, got diarrea and cramps and then the Health24 diabetes expert and a friend who is a qualified nutritional councellor advised against the use as there is some concern about the ingredients. Dischem said it was the best thing OTC – someone recommended Glucostop – but I’m rather going to see my GP as I trust his opinion and advise.

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  • 7
    Cassandra

    Hi There, i am very interrested in trying Antagolin, would you please be able to send me a trial pack?

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  • 8
    Xuan

    I use Co-Exforge for blood pressure, I wonder if I can try Antagolin? I have all the symptoms for Insulin…

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  • 9
    Pat

    I have bipolar2 and diabetes mellitus2. I take 2 x 500g Effexor for bipolar and diet control for diabetes. Can I take Antagolin?

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    ronel

    I am bipolar would like to confirm if it is safe to use antagolin

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  • 10
    gerrie

    Iam using metforman for two years and want to no if i can use antogolin with it!

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  • 11
    Gaye Williams

    I need to know if I can use it in conjunction with my glucophage 850mg.

    Regars

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    Liesel

    My daughter of 9 years is IR,and use glucophage. She need to loose 8kg. I started with 2 a day. Her insulin is back to normal, more energy and no more gravings for food or sweet things. Using it for a month now she lost 2kg. This is a wonderful product for someone with insulin resistance.

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  • 12
    Deune

    I have pcos and seen this product advertised on tv…. Please advise if there is more ladys here with pcos and if this product is helping you?

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  • 13
    jane

    Will antagolin help me I am type 2 diabetic?

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  • 14
    Eurika

    Just a question How do you know if you are insullin resistant or not

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    Anonymous

    It can be tested through a fasting glucose test.

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  • 15
    patricia samuels

    hi there

    i am a diabete and seems to crave for chocolates all the time .i was reading about antagolin where can i buy it. i am in south africa cape town

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    faye

    Hi Patricia, I bought a bottle yesterday from the medi-right pharmacy in my local checkers hyper in the northern suburbs.

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  • 16
    noma

    what effect does it have on patients on arv’s?

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  • 17
    Kathy-lee Mark

    Can Antagolin create water retention. I have adeoma and on first day of taking tablet I swelled up like a balloon second day was worse.

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  • 18
    precious

    can anybody take antagolin for a purpose of loosing weight?

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  • 19
    Rika

    Antagolin should not even be compared to other weight loss medicine. It is diabetes and Insulin Related medicine. And the tv makes every person with a fat tummy think they are IR! Apple figures tend to pick up fat on their abdominal areas first and even when they are skinny you will always see in comparison to the other areas that there is a “little bulge”, and Hourglass or Pear shaped women, should not have a tummy! you’ll know if you have the tummy and muffin top problem due to eating habits or IR!

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  • 20
    Diane

    hi there i was diagnosed with insulin resistance about 8 years ago do i need to have my self tested again before starting ith AntaGolin . Or can i just use it as i am struggiling to loose weight .

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  • 21
    noma

    hi.i wanna ask is it safe to take antagolin with arv’s?

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  • 22
    Elize

    I need to loose weight around my middle. Will Antagolin help me at all?
    I’m 50+ of age

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  • 23
    Justme

    Ive taken glocophage it was terrible started antagollin and i too have a surge of energy and dont fell so down. Im moving around more but my insuli. Level is around seven and its been. A week.

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  • 24
    Marischka

    What schedule is antegolin? A schedule 2 can you buy it without a prescription?

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  • 25
    Gerty

    Hi. I am 47yr old female. I was diagnosed with HypoGlycemea. I have about 20kg to loose. I eat healthy and do moderate excercise, but still for the last 20 years it was a struggle. Recently i just keep adding around my waist. Will Antagolin benefit me?

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    Miranda Dlamini

    I’m insulin resistant, exercise 5 times a week. I eat very health but put on weight with fruits. I’m fructose and glucose intolerant . I started antagolin two months ago. I haven’t seen anything. I have now added Manna blood glucose support. I have cut complex carbs. I did pure protein for a week, introduced just green vegetables and lost 3 kg in 8 days. Lost cm around my waist. I will reintroduce fruits once my weight is stabilized

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    shanaas

    Hi I am a 45 year old female and struggling to loose weight.I really don’t eat allot. The only medication I’m takon is amaloretic for high blood pressure. I need to lose about 20 kgs allot around the waist, nd tummy.how long will it take for me to lose this and can I take antagolin. Is it for people who is healthy using no medication at all as well. A friend of mine would like to knw.Thanks

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    Miranda Dlamini

    Hi , I’m I’m my fourth bottle of antagolin, I can only say it works if combined with low GI meals. Also reduce your intake of Carbs. My waistline is reduced dramatically and am getting lots of comments about my weight loss, I have stayed away from foods that make me bloat . Therefore it’s a combination of different lifestyle changing measures that I have had to take, I increased the dose beginning of may to 3 tabs in the morning. I also eat carb rich meals in the morning , that’s plain yoghurt with oatbran, I snack on fruit, then my main meal is lean protein and vegetables . I drink a lot of water and exercise

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  • 26
    Louise

    I have been using Antagolin for just over a week (2 pills with breakfast, 2 with lunch). I have been struggling to lose weight for the last 6 months even though I work out 4 days a week and eat a low carb diet. I have lost 1.5 kg in a week (I have an apple figure). Antagolin will only work for you if you have insulin resistance, it is not a miracle pill.

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  • 27
    Nani

    I have been diagnosed with diabetic Type 1 and have gained a lot of weight especially around my waist, I would like to try it.

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    jenny

    Antagolin is specifically for persons with Type 2 diabetes (e.g. insulin is not being absorbed properly in your body) Type 1 diabetics cannot produce insluin or not enough insulin thus need to inject.
    I would consult your Dr first as this may affect you seriously

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    Jennifer H

    Hi, I am a Type 1 diabetic and have been insulin dependent for 30 years. My husband has just been diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic. We have both been using Antagolin for about 3 months. Have definately seen my sugar levels drop when I take this, so have had to cut down on the amount of insulin I use. I have not seen much weight loss but have lost quite a few cm’s! My husband has lost quite a few kg’s though and many cm’s. Our skins also seem to be smoother and softer.

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  • 28
    Gift Seutloali

    I’m a 42 year old and do lot of exercises trying to lose weight though I’m not diabetic, is it safe to use antagolin to lose weight?

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    jenny

    you can use it but wont see any results as this product is aimed at persons who have been diagnosed with IR or type 2 diabetes. its not a diet pill, persons with IR or type 2 diabetes only experience weightloss when using the tablets because the tablets help their bodies to finally absorb the insulin that before was just flaoting around and that means they can finally start turning fat and sugars into energy instead of just piling it on in weight

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  • 29
    Doris

    MNI (producers of Antagolin) are very helpful with regards to product info and eating plan which they call the CAPE diet. I’ve been diagnosed as insulin resistant(had blood test) and ,after a very long and informative chat to a clinic sister at MNI, am starting my tabs and eating plan next week.

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  • 30
    Roelanda

    How must I take my tablets:

    In morning,
    In afternoon,
    In evening ?

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    Doris

    2 with b/fast and 2 with lunch

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  • 31
    Sonel

    I would like to know where you got the info of the ingredients of Antagolin from? I use Antagolin and the ingredients on my bottle says : Insul-X2 30mg, Banaba leaf extract 840mg, Inositol 60mg and Chromium 140mcg

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  • 32
    Netti Botha

    Same question as Gaynor but I want to add, I am as ‘young’ as 77…Need to lose weight before it gets out of control. I am not so active lately …pure lazy…ha ha ha

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  • 33
    Leon

    Please peoples there are no major fix my weight and sugar levels out there. I am Diabetic type 2 for 10 years and the best medication is a healthy mind, accept your problem and then apply the right life balances, eat healthy, do exercise regular and look after your body :)

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  • 34
    SOS

    I have just started on the Antagolin product…I take four tablets…a day with meals…I am so depressed because I have tried many diets to loose that stubborn 10kg…is there anyone out there that can tell me if Antagolin is for me?

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  • 35
    Zolela Ngcwabe

    I use Amtsholim, I looking weight, have energy.my problem is diarrhea.

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  • 36
    Colleen

    When can I expect to see weight loss and will I have to use Antagolin for the rest of my life?

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  • 37
    Colleen

    How long does it take for Antagolin to be released into the bloodstream and when can I expect to see if it is working for me or not.Will I have to use it for the rest of my life?

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  • 38
    Yolande

    I was diagnosed with IRS about 3 weeks ago started using Antagolin 2×2 per day with meals 2 weeks ago.I stopped eating Potatoes and cut down on all starches.Weightloss 3 kg in the 2 weeks,so still going strong.

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  • 39
    ashley

    After many years of up and down dieting, I came to know about Antagolin, I love it, I have been using it for 2 days, taking 4 tablets a day, I have lost 2kg’s and 7cm on my waist, I am so full of energy and no longer moody and grumpy!! I love this product I hope it keeps working so well I have 25kg to loose!!

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  • 40
    Dalene

    I did not loose any weight with AntaGolin in 3 mnths

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  • 41
    Dalene

    I am very dissappointed as I am using my 3rd dosis of AntaGolin and did not loose any weight….

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  • 42
    Dalene

    I am with my 3rd dosis of AntaGolin….I am very disappointing in that I did not loose any weight…..what is the next step to do?

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  • 43
    Clive Harding

    I am not diabetic can I still use the product for weight loss?

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  • 44
    Samantha

    I have started to use this tablet 3 days ago – only side effect I have had is bad gas. Otherwise My appetite and cravings for sweet things has also subsided alot. I will give it a month before I pass any judgement on whether it helps with any weight loss.

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  • 45
    Yolande

    I also started using this pill since last week. My chemist laughed and said it is no diet pill, and losing weight while using it is all in the mind. I have POS that is why am using this medication. Due to the POS I am insulin resistant and struggle to loose weight. Anyone else suffering from POS and using it? Any progress?

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    mahomed

    are u using metformin(glucophage). this helps with polycystic ovaries and insulin resistance. manna health antagolin etc all money making

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  • 46
    Lalie

    I’ve nearly finished first pack of antagolin (60 tablets), exercise daily, eat healthy and have not lose anything around waist!

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  • 47
    Elizma

    Can I use Antagolin even if I was not diagnosed with insulin resitance?

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    Alta Church

    If im not diagnosed with diabetic is it still safe to use ANTAGOLIN

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  • 48
    Gretha Pienaar

    kan it help you if your insuline are high to loose weight?

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  • 49
    Zeenat Hassim

    Are there any trials, willing to participate. Where can I purchase it and at what price

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  • 50
    ana maria

    is it safe to take Antogolin if you on antidrepressents and does it push your energy levels up

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  • 51
    Nadine

    Do you have to be insulin resistant or can anyone take this? They are advertising it on radio and sounds promising.

    I am desperate I need to lose 3kg.

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  • 52
    izaara

    Hi I am looking for places that sell antagolin I have tried the clicks in chatsworth but still no luck.Please give me some feedback I really want to try out this product.

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  • 53
    Kim

    Hi can i take antagolin while on diet medication?

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  • 54
    Anse

    Where could i buy Antagolin? I would like to try this as nothing else helps or works. I have had my thyroid removed and has tremendous trouble since then. Please assist. Thanks

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  • 55
    Ria Van Vuuren

    Where can I buy Antagolin?
    Pta Area

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    Anonymous

    clicks has a advert on the radio that they have antagolin for sale

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    Anonymous

    plz tell me were to get this product or were and order it

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  • 56
    selma

    I want to buy Antagolin pills who can I contact? Pretoria in South Africa

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    Bev

    Antagolin is apparently available at Clicks (out of stock at the moment), Dischem, Pick n Pay and Checkers.

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  • 57
    Helen

    started today will keep you updated. Please keep us updated with your progress

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    Anonymous

    hi there are just started useing antagolin and i never talk to my doctor so to day is my first day useing

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  • 58
    Helen

    For the past couple of months I have been on manna and glucomannan which have really helped a lot for my weight. high bp and choleserol. It has also given me a bit more life however together with all my vitamins I take, very expensive. The consultant at dischem enthused so highly of antagolin that I went back and bought it today. Will keep you updated and would love to hear your progress reports

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  • 59
    Helen

    I have been taking glucomannan R240 180 caps and manna R110 160 caps. Both have really helped me. I feel thinner and have more life however together with all the vitamins I take, is very expensive. The consultant at Dischem really enthused about antagolin so much that today I bought it and look forward to seeing what happens. I have type 2 diabetes, high bp and cholesterol. I would love to see others progress reports and will keep you updated on mine.

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  • 60
    Helen

    I have been taking manna R110 for 120 tabs and glucomannan R240 aprrox. I have type 2 diabetes and both have been excellent in helping me feel more alive and surprisingly have even lost weight but it together with all the vitamins, has been very costly. I spoke to a consultant at Dischem who enthused so much on Antagolin that I just had to buy it. I have just started today. I too have high blood pressure and cholesterol. I would love to hear others progress reports and will keep you informed of mine.

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  • 61
    esther

    been using it for a month. good stuff! i have not really changed my diet and have lost 6 kgs! i jsut needed that extra boost. i also have more energy. i used to take 3 naps a day, jsut to make it. no more naps!

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  • 62
    annette

    why new formula drastic change in formula. I was happy with capsules and old ingredients

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  • 63
    Vicki

    I am taking ANtagolin for 6days. I diet but still no luck. I struggle a lot. Any advice?

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  • 64
    Gaynor Read

    is antagolin safe to take when taking blood pressure tablets?

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  • 65
    Johan Hanekom

    I am diabetic type 2. My feet have “dead” spots lately, also my toes feel “dead”.
    I am using antagolin for a month and I noticed that my feet are better! I hope it is going to recover completety.
    Prase the Lord!

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  • 66
    mandy

    Hi
    I going to buy antagolin as i need to lose 4kg.

    How many must i take and how much calories should i eat per day.
    mandy

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    Anonymous

    Sorry to say. I have used this product for 6 months no weight loss at all

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    Pop

    It’s not a weight loss tablet! It is only supposed to help your insulin resistance, weight loss with that will be a benefit.

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    Yolanda

    I have been using metformin for 6 months as per gynae’s instructions and have gained 3kg and I seriously need to to loose 40kg. I have been diagnosed with PCOS and insulin resistant two years ago,lost 5 second trimester miscarriages and seriously wonder whether Antalogin will asist with the weight loss. Gone from 54kg to 125kg over 7 years. FRUSTRATED!!!!