Does Gluco-sure Really Work?


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No, Gluco-sure has no control over diabetes. This is because the treatment simply controls blood sugar. Gluco-sure is simply a dietary supplement, which contains natural herbs. Diabetes requires more medical assistance than merely controlling blood sugar.

Diabetes is a condition where there is a build-up of glucose in the blood, as the body cannot use it properly. The pancreas creates insulin in the human body. This insulin allows the glucose to enter the cells and it is then used to energise the body for all tasks. When a person suffers from diabetes it means that the pancreas is not producing enough insulin (Type 2 diabetes), or in some cases is not producing any insulin at all (Type 1 diabetes).

There is no cure for diabetes; however, it can be controlled by insulin injections, a healthy diet and regular exercise. The reason that Gluco-sure doesn't work is that insulin can only be injected into the body, and Gluco-sure is a tablet. The reason insulin cannot be given in tablet form is that it is a protein. The protein would be digested in the stomach before any effect had occurred. The insulin can be injected into the stomach, the buttocks, the thighs or the upper arms. This is because insulin needs small blood vessels to absorb into before it can be distributed into the bloodstream.

There are a number of different types of insulin available, which include rapid acting insulin, short acting insulin, intermediate acting insulin and long acting insulin. The common feeling amongst diabetics is that it is best to control their diet, receive insulin injections as and when needed and to exercise regularly.

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Anonymous answered
I am on my second bottle and have not really seen a big change.
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Gluco-Sure get the equivalant at vita-cost at major savings. Below is the list of suplements and the dose per day.

Directions: Take two capsules daily, preferably with meals.
Biotin (as d-biotin) 1000 mcg333%

Chromium(as TRAACS® chromium nicotinate glycinate chelate) 400 mcg 333%
Gencinia® ivy gourd 15:1 extract  (Coccinia cordifolia) (leaves and fruit)
1000 mg*
Agaricus blazei 30% extract (fruit  (standardized to 30% polysaccharides) 500 mg

Product Name Quantity: Unit price: Extended price:
NSI Advan-C® with Quercetin & Citrus Bio flavonoids -- 1000 mg per serving - 180 Capsules 1 9.99 9.99
NSI Agaricus Blazei Extract -- 500 mg - 90 Capsules 1 10.99 10.99
NSI Bitter Melon Fruit -- 900 mg - 240 Capsules 1 12.99 12.99
Vigor Labs Ball Refill™ -- 30 Capsules 1 16.89 16.89
Carlson Pantethine-Time -- 300 mg - 60 Tablets 1 22.80 22.80
Country Life Hi Potency Biotin -- 1000 mcg - 100 Tablets 1 3.07 3.07
Natrol ChromeMate Patented Chromium -- 90 Capsules 2 3.99 7.98
Source Naturals Ivy Gourd Extract -- 250 mg - 120 Tablets 2 8.66 17.32

NSI Agaricus Blazei Extract -- 500 mg take 1 per day

NSI Bitter Melon Fruit -- 900 mg - 1 per day

Country Life Hi Potency Biotin -- 1000 mcg  1 per day

Source Naturals Ivy Gourd Extract -- 250 mg 4 per day

Natrol ChromeMate Patented Chromium 200 take 2 per day

Carlson Pantethine-Time -- 300 mg 1 per day

NSI Advan-C® with Quercetin & Citrus Bio flavonoids -- 1000 mg 1per day
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Anonymous answered
I'm on my 2nd weeks on Gluco-Sure and I don't think it really work as I will try for 3 months as I brought for 3 months on my first purchase.
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Anonymous answered
I have tried for 3 months. It did not do anything. HSI are doing irresponsible spam marketing.

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Anonymous answered
I am thinking of trying this gluco-sure , but I do need ti know if it does work ,as I am so sensitve to all types of things so I do not want to try something that may lead me to more trouble than I already have
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You might check out  A couple of people on there have tried it with success.  My husband is going to try it, considering what we spend on diabetic meds every month, (4 different prescriptions), it can't hurt, and might help get him off some of the meds!


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