The modern diet is overloaded with sugar and can be detrimental to health. Get started on living a low-sugar lifestyle today with NH Gluco-K, a tasty and aromatic tea comprising Gymnema Leaf, Bitter Melon, Green Tea and Stevia Leaf. Inspired from the remedies of Ayurveda, NH Gluco-K helps reduce sugar absorption naturally(2) and is the perfect wind down after meals. Let NH Gluco-K be a part of your healthy diet today!
Outsmart Sugar with a Cuppa!
With the blend of all 4 natural sugar-busters, NH Gluco-K is an excellent health choice because of its efficacy. Drinking a cup of NH Gluco-K after meal daily helps balance blood sugar levels, reduce glucose absorption and curb sugar cravings. It can also help reduce dependency on medication when drinking regularly. Let this aromatic and tasty tea be a part of you and your family low-sugar lifestyle today!
* It’s always recommended to go along with a balanced diet and regular exercise for best results. * Not a replacement for medications. Do not stop taking your medicine without doctor advice.
In Hindi, Gymnema means “sugar-destroyer”. This potent botanical has long been acknowledged in Indian Ayurvedic medicine for its ability in reducing health problems(1) particularly diabetes. Gymnema helps balance blood sugar levels, reduce glucose absorption and fight sugar cravings(2).
Bitter melon, which is also known as bitter gourd is used in herbal medicines and is commonly found in Asian dishes. It offers many health benefits such as; managing blood sugar, reducing cholesterol and enhancing digestion, among others(3).
Green Tea is no stranger to the health fraternity, having long been known for its numerous health benefits, high antioxidant content and wellness effects(4). Green tea is excellent in helping to reduce the risk of developing diabetes(5).
Also known as sweet leaf for its sweet-tasting leaves, Stevia Leaf is commonly used as a non-calorie sweetener by the health conscious. Studies have shown that Stevia helps balance blood sugar(6) and manage cholesterol levels(7).
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