MEGALIVE DE-GARD TWINPACK 2*60S
Present in the spice turmeric, frequently used in Indian food. It is definitely identified as an antioxidant, and may also have anti-inflammatory benefits.
Also known as Karela, is a herb that helps regulate blood sugar levels and keeps body functions operating normally. It contains Gurmarin, which has been shown in experimental studies to achieve a positive sugar regulating effect by suppressing the neutral response to sweet taste stimuli.
Its insulin-like effects and its active ingredient can boost levels of three key proteins. Those proteins are crucial in promoting normal insulin-signaling processes, a healthy inflammatory response, and efficient glucose transportation throughout the body.
1. Traditional preparation
No long term or short term side effects.
2. Added with Bilberry
To prevent Age-Related Eye Diseases.
THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF DE-GARD
1. Helps to achieve positive sugar regulating effect by suppressing the neural response to sweet taste stimuli.
2. Promotes secretion of insulin.
3. Helps in potentiate the activity of insulin.
5. Anti-inflammatory and as astringent (constricting and tightening tissues).
6. Helps protect the eye.
7. Regulates blood fats.
UNIQUENESS OF DE-GARD
1. Drug free
2. Overdose side effect free, such as diarrhea, vomit and dizziness
3. Toxin free
4. Allergy issue free
5. Side effect to other organ is free, such as kidney and liver
ACTIVE INGREDENTS & DOSAGE
Each 540mg vegecap contains:
Rhizoma curcuma longa (curcumin) 200mg
Fructus momordica charantia L. (bitter melon extract) 100mg
Cortex cinnamomi cassia presl. (cinnamon extract) 100mg
Fructus vaccinium vites-idaea L. (bilberry P.E.) 30mg
Two capsules daily
Contraindications & Cautions
If symptoms persist, please consult your doctor.
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