What You Should Know
GlucoFree is a supplement used stabilize blood sugar levels and thereby induce weight loss. The creators of GlucoFree made the supplement to provide more energy because they believe people have too many problems with digestion such as insulin resistance and other metabolic issues contributing to the “mid-day” slump many people experience. The manufacturer’s website, farmasyn, provides much more information on this supplement than we have seen in others, including dosage information, usage in children, elderly, and pregnant women along with side effects, and potential interactions with other medications.
Hypromellose (15000 mPa s), Povidone K25, Magnesium Stearate (Ph.Eur.), Hypromellose (5 mPas), Macrogol 6000, Titanium dioxide (E171.)
The ingredients in GlucoFree can break down like this; L-Carnitine boosts weight loss because it burns fat for fuel and provides extra support to the immune system while increasing energy. Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) helps the liver in dissolving toxins. Guggul helps the body lower cholesterol and stress levels. It also gives a boost to T3 chemicals that help preserve lean muscle mass. Licorice improves adrenal function in order to reduce the blood sugar levels and reduce cravings. Juniper berries serve as a natural diuretic to cleanse the body of toxins. Gymnema sylvestre helps to regulate blood sugar levels. Banaba leaf extract helps to reduce blood sugar levels. Chromium chelate causes the body to lose more fat because it drops the insulin level. Cayenne increases thermogenesis in the body. Bitter melon assists the body’s natural ability to regulate blood sugar. Vanadyl sulfate helps the muscle cells by improving their ability to take in protein, amino acids, and sugar from the bloodstream.
- The product comes with a money back guarantee.
- Contains ingredients known to help with blood sugar.
- Expensive supplement for many.
- GlucoFree should not replace the advice of a doctor or take place of a treatment for medical conditions such as diabetes.
- Clinical studies were conducted by the manufacturer, and not an independent source.
While GlucoFree is a natural supplement with ingredients that are known to do what the product claims to do, it may or may not be a good choice for you. Just one bottle that contains only a 30 day supply, will cost you around $90. Considering the expense along with the fact that this should not be used to treat conditions such as diabetes, there are others that will do the same thing for much less money. If you add in the fact that their clinical studies were not conducted by an independent source, but by the company with their own customers the GlucoFit supplement is probably not a good choice.