With the popularity of Green Coffee Bean Extract and thousands of Americans now taking this break-through weight loss supplement, many different questions have come from people. We get dozens of questions per day, so we thought we would try to answer more of them here! One of the biggest questions we receive...
I am Diabetic, Can I take Green Coffee Bean Extract?
Now when anyone has a medical condition or is on medication, we ALWAYS recommend that you speak with your doctor, especially if it is a weight loss supplement. Research has demonstrated that if taken before a meal it will lower the impact foods (mainly carbohydrates) have on your blood sugar levels. It is recommended to discuss this w/ your physician if you are currently on medication to treat diabetes. Be sure to present him or her w/ the research available. Also be sure to monitor your blood sugar level throughout the day to see the effect Green Coffee Bean Extract (GCB) has on it. Hemoglobin A1C is an important longer term marker to have tested before starting on GCB and after to see the effects.
But we wanted to find out from Dr. Lindsey Duncan himself, the founder of Genesis Today and the exact green coffee bean extract talked about on the Dr. Oz Show.
This is what he said:
"The Green coffee bean has been found in the research to be beneficial for supporting healthy blood sugar levels in human subjects that weren’t participating in a diet and exercise program.
With that said, it is very important that individuals with diabetes who take supplements to frequently monitor their blood sugar levels, so they know how the supplement affects them. They should also be able and willing to adjust medication dosages as necessary.
It is generally advised that all supplements be separated from medications by at least one hour. If individuals have any health conditions that require on-going care from a physician, they should consult their physician before taking any supplements.
Be familiar with the side effects of your prescription medications, and read your prescription information carefully. It is a good idea to make notes of any strange reactions to any food, beverage or supplement, and call your doctor if you have any health concerns.
To help your physician decide if you can take certain supplements, help them out by providing them with label information, information about the product, and the reasons why you wish to take the supplements."
We hope this help you with your decision on whether or not to take this product. If you do decide though, we sell the exact svetol brand talked about on Dr. Oz for only $13.99!