Finally, a REAL solution to the nation’s Blood Sugar Crisis
Let’s face it. You and I both know that you can keep your blood sugar balanced all on your own if you decided once and for all to cut out every ounce of sugar from your diet. But I wasn’t born yesterday. I know you can file that in the “easier said than done” category.
I once had a patient named Sally who looked me in the face and told me she’d rather chop off her right leg than give up the foods she loves.
Personally, I thought that was a bit extreme—but I knew what she meant. Who wants to live a life governed by deprivation and denial?
I know there are a lot of “Sallys” in the world—hey, you might even be one of them. But thanks to a revolutionary breakthrough, you don’t have to worry about a bleak future just because you enjoy fresh bread with your dinner.
Scientists have uncovered a substance that not only allows you to “have your cake and eat it too”—but that may have the potential to help…
Protect against the devastating effects of high blood sugar
The fact that every single person concerned about their blood sugar isn’t taking this ingredient is a tragedy.
The fact that they’ve probably never even heard of it is even worse.
And the fact that your doctor probably wouldn’t dare recommend a safe, natural solution for blood sugar support is nothing short of criminal.
You might not be able to arrest him, but you can fire him and find a doctor who isn’t afraid to look outside of Big Pharma’s box to find answers to your health concerns.
And when you find him, hand him a copy of this article. Because today, I’m busting the door wide open on the blood sugar solution that’s already changed the lives of people all over the world. And I’ve pulled out all the stops to finally make it easy to get here in the U.S. as well.
The greatest blood sugar breakthrough of the 20th century
I’ve told you about it before. It’s called benfotiamine, and it’s a synthetic version of vitamin B1 (thiamine).
Thiamine is one of the most underappreciated of the vitamins. Fifty years ago—when “natural medicine” was still viewed as witchcraft (even more so than it is today…)—I used thiamine to treat my patients with cystic breast condition. The results were consistently excellent, but no one in the medical community was interested.
Not a whole lot has changed since then. The mainstream still refuses to acknowledge this power-packed nutrient—which, as cynical as I am, I still find hard to believe—especially considering the long resume of benefits thiamine has accumulated over the years.
One of its most dramatic is the effect it has on your blood sugar.
Your body needs thiamine—especially when it comes to processing blood sugar. Without enough of it, excess sugar can get into your cells and cause all sorts of problems. With it, you’re giving your body the ammo it needs to protect against potential damage to your kidneys, eyes, and nerves caused by elevated blood sugar.
Preliminary research also suggests that thiamine could activate your body’s secret blood sugar weapon. It’s an enzyme called transketolase, and one of its main jobs is to cancel out glucose’s damaging effects in your cells.
Too much sugar in your blood can cause the internal glucose levels of your cells to spike. The end result is a buildup of junk that activates three of the four major biochemical pathways responsible for blood vessel damage.
Transketolase acts as a roadblock to the pathways, preventing blood vessel damage from the get-go. But like I said, your body needs plenty of thiamine in order for transketolase to be able to do its job.
Unfortunately, you can’t just load up on vitamin B1 supplements to solve the problem because B1 is water-soluble—which means your body doesn’t absorb it well.
That’s where benfotiamine comes in.
Dr. Michael Brownlee conducted in vitro and animal studies that showed that benfotiamine may have the ability to…
Boost your body’s secret blood sugar weapon by as much as 400%
When scientists took thiamine and added sulfur compounds such as allicin (the active principle of garlic) to it, they created a fat-soluble form of thiamine that’s up to five times easier for your body to absorb.
That allows benfotiamine to take excess blood sugar and put it to work—helping to restore balance by allowing your blood cells to use the glucose instead of becoming overrun with the stuff.
That’s BIG NEWS when it comes to your blood sugar. But the good news doesn’t stop there.
Dr. Brownlee’s chemical analysis showed that benfotiamine may not only have the power to help protect your cells from damage in the first place—but it may even have the ability to direct blood sugar away from existing damage-causing biochemical pathways.
More human studies are needed in order to really make headlines. But don’t wait for the mainstream to catch up. By then, you could be well on your way to stocking your body with the ultimate protection against blood sugar spikes. This one substance works hard to help protect your blood vessels, eyes, and kidneys from the effects of elevated blood sugar.
I wish I could tell you this is a new breakthrough, but it’s not. Scientists in Japan discovered this “modern wonder” in the 1950s—and doctors have been using it in Germany for decades to support healthy nerve function.
The United States Patent Office even issued a patent for benfotiamine in 1962. Of course, in 1962, not a whole lot of people were concerned about blood sugar, and the product was a bust. Now that blood sugar problems have become a national health crisis, Big Pharma still can’t make money on it because the patent expired decades ago.
That’s why you’ve probably never heard of it here in the good ol’ U.S. of A.—it’s another case of being too powerful to be profitable. After all, why would Big Pharma want you to stay healthy? High blood sugar—and all of the complications that arise from it—is medicine’s billion-dollar Sugar Daddy.
A substance like benfotiamine is too safe, too inexpensive, and—when it comes right down to it—too effective for the “medical” industry to allow it to gain too much press.
And that’s why—even though tons of people across the Pond take this supplement, it’s still relatively unknown here in the U.S.
But I’m determined to make it a household name—which is why I decided to make it the basis for my new blood sugar support formula.
But I didn’t stop there. I’ve topped it off with two of the most powerful and proven natural glucose support supplements you’ll find anywhere: chromium and the cinnamon extract Cinnulin PF.
Two ingredients proven to help balance blood sugar
You’ve likely heard that cinnamon is the next “miracle cure” for blood sugar balance. After all, it’s hard to ignore a study that showed it increased in vitro insulin activity by 2000 percent. (And no, that extra zero in “2000” was not a typo.)
But if you think that chewing on a cinnamon stick or taking teaspoonfuls of the stuff is the trick—or even taking a straight up cinnamon supplement—I have some news that might leave a bad taste in your mouth.
In order to get enough cinnamon to make a difference in your blood sugar, you’re also loading your body with a substance that’s been linked to liver damage and cancer. It’s a compound in cinnamon called coumarin. It’s harmless in small quantities, so if you’re sprinkling cinnamon on your toast or rice pudding, or including it in your famous apple pie, shake away.
But if you’re taking a concentrated cinnamon supplement, you could be getting more than you bargained for. Fortunately, researchers have come up with a way to isolate cinnamon’s beneficial polyphenols so that you get all of the benefits with none of the toxins.
And it comes with some pretty impressive benefits. In a 12-week human trial, 500 mg of this extract reduced fasting blood sugar levels by 8.4 percent in over 80 percent of the subjects.
It’s called Cinnulin PF, and it’s a potent cinnamon extract that research suggests boosts glucose metabolism to help significantly decrease glucose levels—which is why that’s the amount I’ve included in my new formula.
But I didn’t stop there. I decided to add one last ingredient—one that’s been shown to…
Significantly improve fasting insulin levels
Chromium might not be as flashy as cinnamon, but it’s no less important. Chromium is an essential trace mineral that stimulates the enzymes involved in glucose metabolism, helping to keep blood-sugar levels in check.
A review article found that in 13 out of 15 studies, chromium significantly improved blood sugar control in areas such as fasting glucose, fasting insulin, and insulin sensitivity.
Four of the studies that measured fasting insulin levels found average improvements of 30 percent, and of the 10 studies that measured fasting glucose levels, six of them found improvements of 15 percent.
All 15 studies showed at least some benefit, and no side effects.
While more controlled human studies are needed, based on the available science, the evidence points in one direction: Chromium helps support and maintain healthy glucose metabolism—which is why it earned a spot in my breakthrough formula.
That’s it. There are no fillers to jack up the price. It’s what you need—and only what you need—to help keep your blood glucose levels where they belong.
I wanted to call it “Sugar Baby Down,” but my manufacturers talked me into a name that’s a little more “professional.” We’re calling it GlucoComplete.
But you can call it your saving grace.
Because I promise you, this one product is going to give you the blood sugar support you won’t find from any other supplement.
GlucoComplete is so hot-off-the-presses new, that it hasn’t even reached the shelf yet. But I wanted my loyal readers to be the first to get their hands on this revolutionary formula—at a price no one else will get.
If you want to be the first in the nation to get access to this blood sugar solution, you can pre-order it today for a special 20-percent discount. Just go online to www.realadvantagenutrients.com, or call (888)856-1491. GlucoComplete will normally sell for $49.95, but you can save 20 percent when you order by using code G655LC01.