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Reduce™

Supports Healthy Glucose Metabolism*

$ 56.99

Certain lifestyle and diet choices can pose a challenge to the body’s metabolism. Too much glucose in the bloodstream can cause the body to work inefficiently.

Reduce™ is formulated with the enzyme blend Glucoreductase™ to slow the absorption rate of glucose into the bloodstream.* Cinnamon extract, zinc and chromium are also included to help the body’s cells absorb and utilize glucose in a more efficient way.* Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, Reduce may help maintain blood sugar levels already within the normal range.*

Recommended Use: 1 capsule at the beginning of each meal.

If pregnant or nursing, consult physician prior to use.

Thera-blend™ is an exclusive process that combines multiple strains of enzymes that work in specific pH levels, resulting in superior performance in the body.

NO FILLERS ADDED

 

Certain lifestyle and diet choices can pose a real challenge to the body’s metabolism. Too much glucose in the bloodstream can cause the body to work inefficiently.

ReduceTM is formulated with the enzyme blend GlucoreductaseTM to slow the absorption rate of glucose into the bloodstream.* Glucoreductase transforms starches into a soluble fiber, which serves as a food source for the beneficial microflora in the intestinal tract, and may slow the rise of glucose.*

Cinnamon extract, zinc and chromium are also included to help the body’s cells absorb and utilize glucose in a more efficient way.* Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, Reduce may help maintain blood sugar levels already within a normal range, as well as support a healthier quality of life.*

Recommended Use:

1 capsule at the beginning of each meal.

Consult physician prior to use if pregnant or nursing.

Enzymedica does not use ingredients produced using biotechnology.

References

Smith, A., Shytle, R., & Blum, J. (2011). Evaluation of a novel supplement to reduce blood glucose through the use of a modified glucose tolerance test. American Journal of Translational Research, 3(2), 219–225-219–225.

Pazur, J. (1952). Transfructosidation reactions of an enzyme of aspergillus oryzae. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 217-225.

Vincent, J. (2000). The Biochemistry of Chromium. The Journal of Nutrition, 130, 715-718.

Capdor, J., Foster, M., Petocz, P., & Samman, S. (2013). Zinc and glycemic control: A meta-analysis of randomised placebo controlled supplementation trials in humans. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, 27, 137-142.

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