What You Should Know
Glycozene is a supplement that is very hard to find online. Natural Health, LLC – the same company that manufactures Glymetrol, produces the supplement. Some consumers believe Glycozene is just another name for Glymetrol though no evidence supporting these beliefs could be found online.
List of Ingredients
Possibly – Alpha Lipoic Acid, Gymnema Sylvestre, Cinnamon Extract, Fenugreek, Bitter Melon Extract, Nopal Cactus, American Ginseng, Salacia Oblonga Extract, Banaba Leaf Extract, Chromium, Zinc, and Biotin.
In January of 2010, Natural Health, LLC registered the name Glycozene with the United States federal government. The purpose of this registration was to trademark the name. Natural Health, LLC is located in Brea, California in a large shopping district. The business is surrounded by chain restaurants like Starbucks and Denny’s so the validity of the company is questionable. There is also the fact that Natural Health, LLC does not list Glycozene on their website, but several bloggers have commented about seeing late night infomercials for the product. The question that arises is – why is the company applying for a trademark and running commercials for a product, they are not willing to sell on their website.
The name Glycozene offers some insight into the possible natural of the supplement. Glucozene is an herbal supplement marketed by another supplement company toward diabetics for blood glucose control. In addition, several diabetic prescription medications start with “Gly”. Many diabetics are older in age and thus may become confused about which product is safe and which is an herbal supplement.
Many weight loss products will include herbal blood glucose regulators in an attempt to control hunger. When blood sugar levels crash, hunger is the body’s natural reaction. If these herbs were to control that crash and prevent cravings, weight loss would occur. Unfortunately, rarely do these herbal ingredients prove effective. There is no pricing information or official website information for Glycozene.
- Glycozene cannot be found for sale online.
- Natural Health, LLC does not present a professional image.
- Glycozene is trademarked and commercials have run for the supplement, but the official website for the manufacturer does not sell the supplement.
- The name may be confused with other diabetic supplements or prescription diabetic medication.
- Some consumers believe Glycozene is just another name for Glymetrol.
- Glymetrol is manufactured by the same company that registered the Glycozene name.
- No pricing information could be found online.
Diabetes is a health condition that needs to be treated with prescription medications in some cases. Glycozene could be another name for Glymetrol and neither supplement will work as effectively to treat diabetes as other, proven treatments. Weight loss will not result from taking Glycozene or Glymetrol.