$ 42.74 $ 56.99
Reduce contains a proprietary enzyme blend, GlucoreductaseTM, which combines simple sugars to form a soluble fiber.* This fiber serves as a food source for the beneficial microflora in the intestinal tract, and will not contribute to the rise of glucose.*
Taken with a carbohydrate rich meal, Reduce works in the digestive system to reduce the amount of absorbable sugar, therefore dramatically reducing the conversion of carbohydrates to glucose.* Working with our body’s own natural metabolic process, this in turn may safely reduce glucose levels in the blood and lessen the demand for insulin production.* This unique formula is enhanced with natural ingredients - cinnamon, zinc, and chromium - for support of healthy glucose regulation.*
30 Ct. or 90 Ct.
1 capsule right before bed. For a therapeutic effect, 1 capsule 3 times a day on an empty stomach. More can be taken as needed (up to 6 per day).
Reduce was formulated to slow absorption of dietary sugars and enhance absorption of glucose into the cells.* Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, Reduce may help maintain blood sugar levels already within a normal range and support a healthier quality of life with increased energy.*
$ 18.74 $ 24.99
Acid Soothe™ is a soothing product for individuals suffering from gastrointestinal distress and discomfort.* Now with Zinc Carnosine! Acid Soothe™ contains botanicals and beneficial plant-based enzymes to promote absorption of...
$ 18.74 $ 24.99
Allerase contains high amylase activity to naturally support common symptoms associated with seasonal issues.* Allerase may also help to reduce sugar cravings.*Allerase contains a high potency blend of Thera-Blend Amylase...
$ 41.95 $ 49.95
Every month, we know our bodies respond to hormonal changes in ways that can leave us ladies feeling like Ms. Cranky Pants! The good news is supplementing with certain nutrients...
$ 21.74 $ 28.99
Cellulase is the enzyme that breaks down fiber. It is also the only digestive enzyme our body does not make. Fungi (Candida) is a group of organisms formerly regarded as...