Pure Country Life Chromium Polynicotinate Complex 200mcg
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TV Doctor suggested that if you are pre-diabetic or diabetic, go to your doctor and tell them you heard about a link to chromium and ask if it would be okay to take a supplement to see if it would offer you any benefits where your insulin and blood sugar are concerned.
What is Chromium Polynicotinate?
Chromium was first recognized as an important dietary trace mineral in the 1950s. Research discovered that it works with insulin to help metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Insulin depends on chromium to help move sugar and fat into the bodys cells, where the nutrients either are burned for fuel or stored. Although essential to metabolic function, chromium is not produced by the body and must be included in the diet. Unfortunately, the American diet, which is high in refined foods such as flour and sugar, supplies little chromium.
Why Choose this Chromium Polynicotinate
A yeast free biologically active chromium organically bound with G.T.F. activity. The chromium complex (ChromeMate) used in this product is the only yeast free chromium that possesses all the active properties of G.T.F. organically bound with 1.8 mg of niacin. Because the niacin is organically bound to chromium it does not give a niacin flush.
- Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels already within the normal range
- Weight Loss
Side Effects & Warnings:
Chromium is safe for most adults when used appropriately for 6 months or less. Some people experience side effects such as skin irritation, headaches, dizziness, nausea, mood changes and impaired thinking, judgment, and coordination.
Serving Size:1 capsule
Servings per Container: 100
Niacin (as chromium polynicotinate) 1.8 mg
Chromium Polynicotinate 200 mcg
Adults take one (1) capsule daily. As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medications that you take with your healthcare providers.