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Crow Sugar Shuttle Glucose Disposal Agent (GDA) 60 Capsules

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Crow Nutrition Sugar Shuttle GDA 60 Capsules | Glucose Disposal Agent

Crow Nutrition's Sugar Shuttle is one of this new brands two existing products including Crow Nutrition IntraFast, and of course Sugar Shuttle. IntraFast has become hugely popular since we brought it in so we're excited to bring in Sugar Shuttle, an all new offering from the brand. A GDA is a supplement which aims to help shuttle glucose to the muscles to be used as fuel and energy instead of being stored as fat. 

Crow Nutrition Sugar Shuttle GDA Product Highlights

  • Contains Carb & Fat Blocking Ingredients
  • Helps Maintain Healthy Glucose Levels in Healthy Adults
  • Supports Proper & Healthy Liver Function
  • Supports the Digestive System
  • Supports Heart Health
  • Aids in Healthy Glucose Levels with Responsible Eating & Exercise

What is a GDA?

A GDA or glucose disposal agent has the purpose of helping the body break down carbs from the diet and stores them in the form of muscle glycogen instead of fat. 


Take 1 capsule after meals containing carbs. For enhanced recovery take 1 capsule with post workout carbs. For advanced control, take 1 capsule after each large meal as well as at bedtime. 

Crow Nutrition Sugar Shuttle GDA 60 Caps Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Vegetable Capsule

Servings Per Container: 60

Berberine HCL 500mg

Na-R-ALA (sodium-R-Alpha Lipoic Acid) 150mg

Black Pepper Extract 95% Piperine 10mg

Other Ingredients: Vegetable Capsule, Rice Flour


Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children. 


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