PolyGlycoPlex Review

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What You Should Know

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PolyGlycoPlex is marketed as a sugar blocker and a proprietary soluble fiber complex that will provide users with glucose management. It also states that it can suppress the appetite. This product also claims that, when taken correctly, it can regulate bowel movements. This PolyGlycoPlex seems to be targeted at men and women equally, but it seems to be targeted at those who are over forty years of age more than it is younger adults. Users are instructed to take this product with a full glass of water before meals for best results. It is not stated how much of this product should be taken and the maximum daily allowance is not posted.

This products website also hosts a variety of other products so it is can be a bit difficult to find PolyGlycoPlex. The website does not offer much information on this product and there are no user testimonials posted for it. Those wishing to use PolyGlycoPlex can do so without a prescription because it is considered a dietary supplement.

List of Ingredients

Konjac Root Extract (amorphophallus konjac k. koch), Sodium Alginate, Xanthan Gum, Mulberry (morus alba), Glucomannan, Powdered Extract (leaf), Gelatin, Purified Water, Rice Powder and Magnesium Stearate (vegetable grade).

Product Features

PolyGlycoPlex contains Mulberry which is supposed to have antioxidant qualities as well as prevent insulin and glucose meals from rising after meals. The ingredient Xanthan Gum is supposed to be beneficial to the digestive tract. The ingredient Glucomannan is supposed to help suppress the appetite, lower cholesterol and lower the glycemic index.

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Advantages

  • PolyGlycoPlex contains a large amount of fiber and that can be healthy.
  • This product does not contain any laxatives or stimulants.

Disadvantages

  • It can be harmful to block sugars and starches.
  • Blocking carbohydrates may not be safe or desirable for everyone.
  • PolyGlycoPlex does not contain any proven fat burners or appetite suppressants.
  • Those taking MAOI’s, SSRI’s, antidepressants, NSAIDS, corticosteroids or certain other medications should not take this product.
  • Those who have diabetes, hypoglycemia, high blood pressure, cardiovascular ailments or certain other medical conditions should not take PolyGlycoPlex.
  • Women who are pregnant or nursing should not take this product.
  • Glucomannan may inhibit the absorption of certain essential nutrients.
  • There are no user testimonials posted for PolyGlycoPlex.

Conclusion

PolyGlycoPlex does not really stand out from the rest of the supposed glucose managing and appetite suppressing fiber based weight loss supplements available today. PolyGlycoPlex may not be an effective weight loss supplement because there does not seem to be any proven appetite suppressants or fat burners in it so those seeking a weight loss supplement with the ability to suppress the appetite and burn fat may want to research other products that are intended for appetite suppression and fat burning. Those seeking weight loss may also benefit from developing a healthy diet and exercise program that suits them and their lifestyle. Users will need to assess their health and fitness goals and decide if using PolyGlycoPlex is right for them.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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6 User Reviews about PolyGlycoPlex

  • 1
    Tami

    Amazon.com = PGX (Natural Factors PGX Daily Ultra Matrix Softgels 750 Mg, 240 Softgels). Comes in packets or pills. $41.70

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  • 2
    Mary Ann Soltis

    Where can I buy polyglycoplex

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    Linda Lucchesi

    I purchased the Hi Health version, called PGX supreme, this had no seaweed or Japanese root, I was not pleased with this product

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  • 3
    tammy

    this product is not for everyone. I have had the shakes for 3 days after i started taking these, and I can’t leave home for other reasons if you get my drift… I am currently taking depakote and lamictal for GAD, and wouldn’t recommend it for anyone with mood issues without talking to your doctor first!!!

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  • 4
    Diane

    Can you send me info on the Free Trial? And do you have any testamonials? How much do you charge for the product?

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    Gloria

    I just posted this reply on the website, but wanted to let you know that the polyglycoplex, along with coQ10 has significantly reduced my appetite and my craving for sugars and other carbs. I’ve lost 8 pounds in the past three weeks (I follow the weight watchers diet plan, which I was doing for several months before but still had cravings and always felt hungry!)I am happy with the results simply because it has helped with the cravings and hunger. It may be a placebo effect, but whatever it is, it is working very well for me! Just wanted to share. Thanks,
    Gloria

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