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Glucocil Review - Does This Glucose Stabilizer Work?

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By Summer Banks Mar 21, 2017

If you want the bottom line on Glucocil, give me just two minutes of your time. Our in-depth review examined the ingredients, side effects, and clinical research. Plus we read hundreds of user comments from around the internet. Then, we summarized and refined to give you the info you need.

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What is Glucocil?

First off, Glucocil is a glucose stabilizer that claims to optimize blood-sugar levels. The ingredients include mulberry leaf extract, alpha lipoic acid, berberine, fish oil, and chromium. You start off taking one softgel twice daily, but you eventually take two. The small bottle makes it rather portable. [1]

Neuliven Health, the company behind Glucocil, has been in business since 2008. The product is available in stores and via the official website. We like the favorable BBB rating, and some of the ingredients are natural but read on…

Glucocil Ingredients – “Nothing Relating to Weight-Loss!”

The first concern was the effectiveness of Glucocil ingredients. “Dieters need to make an important choice when starting a journey to lose more – eat less and make healthy choices,” said our Research Editor. “The trouble with supplements like this one is that they don’t increase metabolism, so you are stuck relying on dietary intake to lose.” [2]

“Been using about 4 weeks. I take one pill with each meal…No weight loss so far,” according to one dieter.

“I have not lost any weight, and my glucose levels are OK, but not much lower than before,” says another customer.

We did find some dieters who did lose a few pounds despite the fact that no weight-loss ingredients are used. One reported, “I have been on glucocil for 5 months. I’ve lost some weight already. ”

Another revealed, “I have lost a few pounds so will take it just for this.”

Testimonials – “Positive or Negative?”

We examined Glucocil reviews to see if users improved results. One said, “There is no such thing as the perfect pill to assist with blood sugar control without a proper diet.”

“I experienced dry mouth and mild headaches after using only 3 tablets,” said a customer. [3]

Another stated, “I have been taking it for almost 2 months with good results.”

“I felt good and energized on the Glucocil,” said a dieter.

DietSpotlight research has shown if there are major issues with a diet program, lack of testimonials, the dieter is less likely to experience lasting results. If customers have complaints about Glucocil, this is concerning.

The Science on Glucocil – “Any Clinical Support?”

Glucocil offers a ton of links for clinical research, but none of the titles are listed. The dieter has no idea if the studies have anything to do with weight-loss. The chromium picolinate can help support blood glucose levels, which can suppress cravings, but appetite is not the only issue with weight-loss. Even if there is less hunger, that does not mean they will choose healthy, low-calorie foods. At DietSpotlight, we like seeing solid science used to support claims. Without support, we see a red flag. [4]

The Bottom Line – Does Glucocil Work?

So, should you race out for this one? We like that Glucocil ingredients support blood glucose levels and the longevity of the company. However, we’re concerned that there’s no connection to weight-loss. It’s also troubling that we found several customer complaints. [5]

For dieters who want to shed extra pounds, we suggest trying out a product with scientifically-tested ingredients promoting weight-loss and positive customer testimonials.

Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. The supplement is a proprietary blend of four ingredients, shown in clinical studies to help speed up fat loss and boost metabolism. We can’t find mention of harmful side effects and reviews indicate dieters are happy with the product.

Also, the company behind Leptigen is confident in their formula, so they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a positive sign.

Previous Glucocil Review (Updated October 1, 2014):

What You Should Know on Glucocil

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. Almost like you place a few drops of Young Living Slique Essence under the tongue before meals. 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 (which the FDA warns about). 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 for Glucocil

  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin D
  • Chromium
  • Mulberry Leaf Extract
  • Cinnamon Bark Powder
  • Gymnema Sylvestre Extract
  • Insulina
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid
  • Phellodendron Bark Extract
  • Cissus Quadrangularis
  • Banaba Leaf Extract
  • Fish Oil

Product Features

It should be noted alpha lipoic acid is concentrated in this supplement, and unknown to most, it is an integral part of dietary intake being fatty acid as well as a natural antioxidant that helps with converting glucose into energy and is very involved in energy metabolism. 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, good BBB standing 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. The recurring charge is nothing compared to the steep prices of other appetite suppressant like Sletrokor. 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.
  • Detailed research page


  • If you are a diabetic on medication talk to your physician before taking Glucocil. (See Glucocil Side Effects).
  • 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.

Conclusion on Glucocil

We like Glucocil. It definitely stands above it's counter parts like OxyElite Pro having an FDA recall. 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 like Shaklee 180. 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.

Glucocil Questions & Answers:

We compacted hundreds of user responses and comments about Glucocil and created this helpful FAQ.

What are the side effects of Glucocil?

Glucocil side effects include stomach sickness, body aches, constipation, abdominal pains, diarrhea, gas and trouble sleeping, based on some user reviews.

What is in Glucocil?

Glucocil ingredients are mulberry leaf extract, alpha lipoic acid, banaba leaf extract, berberine, chromium picolinate, cinnamon bark powder, fish oil [1], gymnema sylvestre, insulina leaf extract, veld grape stem extract, vitamin B6, vitamin D, vitamin B1 and vitamin B12.

What is the active ingredient in Glucocil?

The active ingredient in Glucocil is fish oil.

Does Glucocil work?

The chromium in Glucocil should help support healthy blood sugar levels to some degree. However, the amount used isn’t disclosed and may not back the claims. As for the B vitamins [2], they may help elevate energy levels.

How much does a bottle of Glucocil cost?

One bottle of Glucocil costs $59.99 for 120 softgels.

How do you take Glucocil?

You will take one Glucocil softgel with lunch and dinner, for the first three days. Then, you should take two per day. A container lasts for about one month.

Who makes Glucocil?

Neuliven Health is the maker of Glucocil.

How do I contact Glucocil customer service?

You can contact the Glucocil customer service department by writing Neuliven Health 10171 Pacific Mesa Blvd #302, San Diego, CA 92121 or by locating the phone number on the official website and call 1-888-406-7101.

Can I contact Glucocil through social media?

Yes, you can contact Glucocil through Facebook and Twitter.

Can I take Glucocil if I have a health condition?

Women who are pregnant or nursing, those under the age of 18, those taking prescription drugs or people with health conditions should consult a physician before taking any dietary supplement, including Glucocil.

What do users like about Glucocil?

Some people appreciate that Glucocil contains some natural ingredients, it’s available in local stores.

What do users NOT like about Glucocil?

Some users do not like that Glucocil didn’t lead to weight-loss.

Are Glucocil softgels large?

Some customers have complained about the large size of Glucocil softgels.

Can Glucocil cause intestinal problems?

Some users have reported intestinal pains and GI problems after taking this product.

The risk with trying weight loss products is the potential side effects that creep up on you when you least expect it. Leptigen has come to our attention, showing in clinical studies and a surplus of positive customer reviews, weight loss is possible enhancing weight loss plateau and speeding the metabolism.


Glucocil User Tips:

7 Top User Tips


Over the years, we’ve seen that Glucocil users have something to say. After analyzing thousands of comments and reviews, we collected these tips to help you learn more about this product.


“The pill is hard for me to swallow but I soak in water for a few minutes and cut in half. The taste is bad because I have to cut it but I can deal with the bad taste.” Chuck


“It can cause an upset stomach so be prepared for that but it works.” Sandie


“I use it at every meal not just lunch and dinner. I also take a cinnamon table with it.” Deborah


“The recommended dose was for four times a day but I only used it twice a day and it worked great.” Carol


“It works but it is expensive. Shopping around can save you a ton of money.” J.R.


“This works best if you are very careful with diet and watch the carb intake.” Carrie


“I had to cut the dosage in half to eliminate the upset stomach issues I had at first.” Richard

Glucocil Scientific Abstracts:

Proprietary Mulberry Leaf Extract

Ten subjects participated in an open-label, single group study with initial serum triglyceride (TG) level ≥200 mg/dl. The participants consumed capsules with 12mg DNJ-rich mulberry leaf extract for three times each day before meals for 12 weeks. The study displayed a modest reduction in serum TG level and important changes in the lipoprotein profile after the 12-week study on DNJ-rich mulberry extract. No substantial changes in biochemical or hematological parameters were noted during the study. No adverse effects related to the DNJ-rich mulberry leaf extract had been reported. [1]


The mean and percentage difference between pre-intervention and post-intervention fasting plasma glucose level of the placebo and the cinnamon participants were vastly different. There was a substantially higher decrease in the cinnamon treated group (10.3%) than in those of the placebo (3.4%) group. The reduction of plasma glucose paralleled significantly with baseline concentrations, which would suggest that participants with a higher starting plasma glucose level may get more of a benefit from a higher cinnamon intake. There were no adverse events recorded. In conclusion, the cinnamon extract seemed to have a slight effect in decreasing fasting plasma glucose concentrations in patients with diabetes and poor glycemic control. [2]

Alpha-Lipoic Acid

Out of numerous studies and trials, the clinical condition where alpha-lipoic acid has been considered the most was the management of diabetic peripheral neuropathy in subjects with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. When you keep in mind that oxidative stress, an imbalance in pro and antioxidants with the excessive production of reactive oxygen species, plays a significant part in the development of an array of diseases and that alpha-lipoic acid has been noted to have valuable traits on oxidative stress parameters in a variety of tissues. [3]

Cissus Quadrangularis

A vast array of human trials supports the use of Cissus extracts for weight-loss and management. There have yet to be any studies supporting Cissus extracts as containing anabolic and body building activities. Based on studies and trials to date, Cissus extracts seem to be increasingly more safe and free of adverse side effects while taking commonly used dosages. A plethora of chemical constituents from Cissus extracts have been separated and singled out, including stilbenes, steroids, iridoids, flavonoids, triterpenes and gallic acid derivatives. In some cases, specific physiological traits have been linked to identifiable constituents, but these are rare. Better control studies with human subjects as well as improved standardization of extracts are required. [4]

Glucocil Side Effects:

In a world of weight-loss supplements natural solutions aren’t always synonymous with being free of side effects. There is always a possibility for an adverse reaction with any formula. Although Glucocil side effects are relatively rare, with each individual person comes a different outcome.

Stomach Aches

Stomach ache is a broad term used to describe any number of symptoms which cause pain in the abdominal region. Usually dull, moderate, or severe, pains in the stomach have been described as sharp, bloaty, or gassy, and could originate from direct irritation or an outlying factor, such as a more serious medical condition.

What causes stomach aches?

Gall stones or pelvic inflammatory disease could cause a stomach ache, as well as appendicitis, ulcer or another irritation or inflammation of the organs. Other more common factors include poor diet, anxiety, and medications.


Diarrhea is the uncomfortable condition where stool is rapidly forced from the bowels in liquid or loose form. Fairly common, the average adult has diarrhea 4 times per year. [1]However, constant symptoms could mean an underlying issue or more serious condition.

What causes diarrhea?

Diarrhea could be caused by bacteria that find their way into eggs, raw meats, and shellfish. Once in the digestive system they can cause harm, which could trigger this symptom. Viral infection can be a factor as well, improperly washing hands and sharing saliva being the most common. For some, excessive stimulant intake could also be an issue.


Hives, (also known as urticaria) is an eruption of swollen, pale red bumps or plaques (wheals) that can appear on the skin as a result of an allergic reaction or other unknown reason. They can cause itching, stinging and burning of the skin and appear anywhere on the body. [2]

What causes hives?

Hives can occur when blood plasma leaks out from small vessels in the skin in response to histamine. Histamine is a chemical that’s discharged from cells along the skin’s blood vessels as an immune response.

High Blood Sugar (Hyperglycemia)

When the glucose level in the blood rises temporarily it’s called hyperglycemia. Glucose (sugar) is found in most foods and is carried by blood to cells in the body with help from insulin. Insulin carries the sugars to the cells as a source for fuel.

What causes high blood sugar?

A spike in blood sugar from eating certain foods (candy, fruits, carbs) is the most common cause. Someone with diabetes may take their medication incorrectly and cause a spike as well. Someone with a high blood sugar spike may feel the need to urinate frequently or feel thirsty more often than usual.

Glucocil side effects are quite rare, but there have been some reports of high blood sugar, diarrhea, and hives, among some others. To save yourself any unforeseen issues, it’s always best to consult a physician before taking any supplement, especially if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing, have a pre-existing medical condition, or are taking prescription medications.


Glucocil is a weight-loss supplement that’s supposed to help with blood sugar levels. As such, some may experience side effects. However, we find it important to note that adverse reactions are rare with this product.


“My blood sugar went up about 30 points when taking this supplement.”    Gary


“Did nothing to my blood sugar, just gave me gas and can upset stomach. ”   Christie


“However, the GI symptoms were intolerable! Diarrhea and upset stomach the entire time. I gave it 3 weeks and symptoms got worse.”    Terry


“Made me sick end up…I will not recommend it to anyone.”    Mary


“Like some others that have reviewed this product, it made me feel terrible. It caused me to feel sick and have headaches.”    Ron


“It has caused loose stools.”    Betty


“I developed hives over the major portion of my body.”    Mimmie


“It arrived on time but did nothing for my blood sugar and caused me to ache all over.”    Angela


“I began experiencing some troublesome gas pains, bloating, and then it turned into diarrhea.”    Wanda


“Horrible gas and bathroom problems. Did not agree with me at all.”    Antoinette


We are all about limiting the risk of side effects when it comes to trying new weight loss products. One supplement we’ve been noticing in particular, Leptigen, has four-salient ingredients proven in studies to burn fat, boost energy levels and ignite the metabolism.

Glucocil offers blood sugar support, but it is also supposed to aid with weight-loss. There is a complete product label and tons of clinical studies on the official website. We didn't find any marked research linking the ingredients to weight-loss.

Glucocil Ingredients and Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 2 Softgels
Serving Per Container: 60
Amount per Serving % DV
Glucocil Blood Glucose Management Blend 1050mg *
- Proprietary Mulberry Leaf Extract * *
- Cinnamon Bark Powder * *
- Gymnema Sylvestre Extract * *
- Insulina * *
- Alpha Lipoic Acid * *
- Phellodendron Bark Extract * *
- Cissus Quadrangularis * *
- Banaba Leaf Extract * *
Fish Oil 1200mg *
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids 350mg *

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, glycerin, purified water, lecithin, yellow beeswax, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, sodium copper chlorophyllin, corn oil

We looked into the Glucocil ingredients to give you the details you need.

Mulberry Leaf Extract

Mulberry Leaf Extract comes from the Mulberry plant. The fruit is mostly used in foods while the leaves are used for the medicines.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Black Mulberry contains pectin. It is commonly used as a laxative and, occasionally, to treat a runny nose.

White Mulberry contains certain chemicals that can be used to treat diabetes, based on alternative medicine. It may help lower high cholesterol and high blood pressure, or treat the symptoms of a common cold.

Clinical Research

Based on a study in PubMed Central, Mulberry Leaf Extract decreases triglyceride levels and decreases bad cholesterol. It says, “…use of DNJ-rich mulberry leaf extract modestly decreased TG level after 12-week intake, although the decrease was not statistically significant. DNJ-rich mulberry leaf extract may be potentially used to decrease very bad cholesterol.”

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha Lipoic Acid is an organic compound that is made as a dietary supplement, an antioxidant, and a pharmaceutical drug around the world.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Alpha Lipoic Acid is used to improve the blood sugar levels in people with type-2 diabetes, decrease diabetic nerve pain, and reduce body weight.

Clinical Research

In a study found in the American Journal of Medicine, it was proven that Alpha Lipoic Acid does promote weight-loss. It says, “In both the 1200 and 1800 mg/d alpha-lipoic acid groups, average weight decreased significantly from baseline, starting as early as 4 weeks.” [1]


Berberine is a salt found in deciduous plants and evergreen shrubs all over the world, except Australia.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Berberine is used to reduce blood sugar levels and high cholesterol in people with type-2 diabetes. People also apply Berberine to burns, take it to decrease the chance of heart failure, to prevent trachoma, etc.

Clinical Research

Based on a study done, it is proven that Berberine can be used to control glucose levels, reduce blood sugar, and lower high cholesterol in people with type-2 diabetes. PubMed Central said, “In this pilot study, berberine reduced serum cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL-C… It may serve as a new drug candidate in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.”

Fish Oil

Fish Oil comes from the tissues of oily fish.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Fish Oil is used to lower triglyceride levels, decrease the chance of getting heart disease, help regulate bodily functions such as menstrual pain and high blood pressure.


Chromium is a mineral that is considered an “essential trace element” in the human body.

What is it Supposed to Do?

Chromium is used to lower high cholesterol, reduce appetite and maintain healthy blood glucose levels.

When searching for weight-loss supplements that are truly effective and not gimmicks, search for clinically tested ingredients from a company that offers amazing results. Leptigen is one we’ve speculated and works efficiently.

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Carol McNeely

i am using the Glucocil and I have a question how long does it take to start seeing results
I have only been using it for a week going on 2 but my sugar is still high I am praying this is going to work.

Hello. All users are different and can experience different weight-loss results, but exercise in conjunction with a healthy diet and supplements have shown to help with weight-loss.


I have type 2 diabetes. My doctor wanted me to manage this with diet and exercise. I did this for about two years. I was able to keep my A1C to about 6.0 if I stayed on a low carbohydrate diet and exercised for 30 minutes a day.

Those low carb diets are okay when you first start them, but they get old really fast. I got to the place where I felt like I would literally vomit if I ate one more egg.

By taking Glucocil, my fasting blood sugar runs between 95 and 125 depending on what I eat the day before. The good news is that i am no longer on low carb. I eat pretty much whatever I want, EVEN DESERT! Without Glucocil, eating like this would have had my blood sugar up near 200. I am a customer for life!

emelita r de la cruz

I have been on two tablets for lunch and dinner. Very satisfied with my blood sugar levels. My doctor will be happy to see my A1C result. I will order two bottles. I recommended this to a friend who has DM type 2.

emelita r de la cruz

I have only been taking Glucocil for two days. I am more concerned with my blood sugar level since I have diabetes, type 2. I noticed my blood sugar levels have gone down since I took this product. I have one more day of being on one tablet, one for lunch and one for dinner. Tomorrow I start on two tablets at lunch and two tablets at dinner. I am satisfied.


I was really scared after being diagnosed type2. Dr. gave me 3 months to get my sugar down w/o taking meds and I did to 6.9 alc naturally after 3 mos, but I couldn’t keep it up (sugar kept spiking 272+) so she gave me metformin 500mg 2x daily. I know metformin will do serious harm down the road and really don’t want to take. Started taking Glucocil as directed then stopped the metformin. morning readings jumped for 2 days (159 to 180). But i kept taking Glucocil, started intermittent fasting 16 hrs (from 7pm to 11 am). Eating only from 11am to 7pm and occasional 30 min treadmill (3X/week) 12 days so far, morning a1c 5.4 (bet 108 to 113). I’m sooooo happy right now! I feel great. Haven’t been sleeping mid-day, and can live without chocolate. Nah, I still need chocolate, but eat little bits at a time lol. Also went from 167lbs to 157 (publix scale) smile

Tala Presley

What is the single function of each of the ingredients in glocucil?

Hi Tala! For detailed product and usage instructions, please refer to the Glucocil official website for more information.



Hi David! Because you take medications, please make sure to consult with your physician before starting a new weight-loss program or product.

Howard Crofoot


Hi! Because of possible interactions with medications, please make sure to consult with your physician before taking this product


I’m a type 2 diabetic with uncontrolled blood sugar levels. I was taking 120 units of Levemir with additional mealtime injections of Novolog daily and my A1c had been as high as 11 and I struggled all the time to keep my glucose under


I am a type 2 diabetic and consequently I try everything to keep my sugar in check. I tried it before and my sugar was not much less than it was before. I did lost some pounds but I am kind of a thin man so this two combinations (not much sugar loss plus losing weight) made me quit it.


I’m on metformin 2 grams a day for diabet type II
Are there Clucocil samples to try before I place an order?

Hi! For more information on sample availability and where to purchase this product, please refer to the Glucocil official website. Also, make sure to consult with your physician before taking this product.


I have seen the results of taking glycosides. It works. But I think the gel caps are bothering my stomach . Can I tale apart the cap and put in water to take it?

Hi! For detailed product and usage instructions, please refer to the Glucocil official website for more information.


Having type 2 diabetes I will not take a product that has corn oil in it. Artificial oils is a major problem causing type 2 diabetes. Please research what man-made oils do to your body and the effects they have on your blood sugar.

Leslie Ferguson

Have been using the product for a month and have see lower numbers and my appetite is controlled.

robert rollefsonYour Name

I think Glucocil is working very well I have been on it just three weeks and my blood sugar is down from 175 to 130 even when I have ice cream be for bed last night I can live normal again.


Started Glucocil 3 months back A1C down from 8.4 to6.4 lost some weight also.The product works but you can’t binge on sweets etc. You have to take your normal medications .


Glucocil works great for me and my doctor is very pleased with the results. For the first time ever I have to watch my sugar doesn’t drop too low. My a1c has gone from 11 to 8.5 to 6.4 in 2 months and I no longer take Levemir. I have stage 3 CKD and Cardiovascular disease too so there are a lot of meditations that are unavailable to me. My doctor is very pleased. I haven’t lost but just a few lbs but my food cravings are greatly reduced. I will keep taking the Glucocil.


I had to stop taking this product after a month. My glucose increased and no weight loss. It also affected my legs causing pain in the shins. After stopping and taking my metoformin as usual everything returned to normal. Sorry to report this supplement did not work for me

Jim Bowles follow-up

Been taking Glucocil for just over a Month now……A1C down 6.5 to 6….also lost 12 pounds, My Doctor and I very happy, Doctor says to keep doing Glucocil…..


I have been using this product with good results on my A1C numbers, but my blood pressure and pulse rate have really gone up. Was wondering if that is a side affect of it, or has anyone else had that issue?

Hello. All users are different and can experience different side effects, but please make sure to consult with your physician before continuing taking this product.

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I swear By this product !! My blood sugars are under control 6.5 for my 3 month test. I have had almost double that result prior to taking Glucocil. My Doctor was very happy with my results. He said to continue what I was doing. My main object in taking this supplement was for lowering my Blood sugar however, I have lost 25 pounds in the process of lowering my sugars. I am so thankful that I found this product