What You Should Know
Glucocil is a natural glucose stabilizing supplement available at GNC and Walmart, among other retailers. According to the official website, the supplement is formulated to provide all-day support, but the name is little misleading. You have to take the supplement twice daily before lunch and dinner. For the first three days the dieter takes just one capsule twice daily, then two capsules twice daily for as long as they take the product. There is a free 15-day sample offered on the website, but buyers beware. The sample requires the customer pay a $4.99 shipping charge. The terms state the credit card will be charged for two months worth of the supplement just 18 days after the initial order. To cancel you must call the customer service department.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin D
- Mulberry Leaf Extract
- Cinnamon Bark Powder
- Gymnema Sylvestre Extract
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Phellodendron Bark Extract
- Cissus Quadrangularis
- Banaba Leaf Extract
- Fish Oil
Glucocil supplies some well-researched ingredients on the market. The research page is packed with links to clinical studies supporting many of the ingredients, including mulberry leaf extract, alpha lipoic acid, banaba leaf extract, berberine, chromium picolinate and various vitamins.
With such a strong formula and positive testimonials there is little wrong with Glucocil, but there are some issues that dieters should know. The free sample comes with an autoship program. If you are not interested in signing up for autoship you should purchase the supplement from GNC, Walmart or other authorized retailer. We also failed to find any before and after photos of dieters who lost weight taking Glucocil even though there was mention of curbed appetite and weight loss.
- Glucocil is packed with clinically tested ingredients.
- The formula may help control blood glucose levels.
- If you are a diabetic on medication talk to your physician before taking Glucocil.
- May not suppress appetite for all dieters.
- The autoship program details may be confusing for some dieters.
- The clinical research descriptions do not mention if the studies were completed on humans or animals.
We like Glucocil. In a market where tons of supplements are laden with multiple stimulants and warnings of potential side effects, Glucocil is a straight-laced appetite suppressant that works by supporting healthy blood glucose levels. While the level of appetite suppression will not be equal to that of a prescription appetite suppressant, dieters may notice a difference in cravings over time.