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Even health-conscious, active people can experience higher-than-desired blood sugar levels as they age. Life Extension now offers an enhanced, multipronged approach: CinSulin® with InSea2® and Crominex® 3+. This breakthrough formulation combines cinnamon and seaweed extracts with a unique chromium complex for potent healthy glucose metabolism support.

CinSulin® — CinSulin® is a highly purified, water-soluble form of cinnamon that supports healthy glucose metabolism.12,13 Cinnamon polyphenols help activate our cells’ glucose detection systems, enabling them to support healthy blood glucose already within normal range.18-23

Cinnamon also induces satiety (the feeling of being full) which helps inhibit overeating and optimizes after-meal blood sugar spikes at healthy levels. Compelling in vitro results indicate CinSulin® cinnamon extract can induce a twenty-fold increase in sugar metabolism.16

InSea2® — The health benefits of seaweed extract have been known for years. But a proprietary form of seaweed extract called InSea2® actually blocks the action of glucosidase and amylase. These enzymes break down carbohydrates into glucose, facilitating its transport into the bloodstream. InSea2® also targets hidden sugars that contribute to blood sugar spikes after meals, reducing the caloric impact of sugary foods.

Crominex® 3+ — Chromium helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels already within normal range. And this form of chromium has been optimized with standardized Indian Gooseberry extract and a proprietary form of the adaptogen shilajit. This unique complex helps support:

  • Normal cellular glucose absorption28-34
  • Healthy endothelial function35,36
  • Healthy lipid and triglyceride levels37-40
  • Normal cellular energy production41,42

Lasting weight management centers around gaining control of your healthy blood sugar. And CinSulin® with InSea2® and Crominex® 3+ is a perfect way to start!

This supplement should be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise program. Individual results are not guaranteed and results may vary.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 vegetarian capsule

Amount Per Serving

Iodine (typical value naturally occurring from kelp and bladderwrack)

20 mcg

Chromium [as Crominex® 3+ chromium stabilized with Capros® standardized amla extract (fruit) and PrimaVie® purified and standardized Shilajit]

133 mcg

CinSulin® Cinnamon water extract (bark) [providing 4.375 mg Type-A Polymers]

175 mg

InSea2® [proprietary composition of demineralized polyphenols from brown seaweeds kelp and bladderwrack]

100 mg

Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable cellulose (capsule), silica, vegetable stearate.

Crominex®3+, Capros® and PrimaVie® are registered trademarks of Natreon, Inc. CinSulin® is a registered trademark of Tang-An Medical Ltd., manufactured under US patent #6,200,569. InSea2® is a registered trademark of InnoVactiv™.

Dosage and Use
  • Take one (1) capsule 20-30 minutes before each meal not exceeding three (3) capsules daily, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
  • Best results are achieved by taking this product along with maintaining a proper diet and regular exercise.
Caution

If you are taking blood glucose lowering medication, consult your healthcare provider before taking this product.

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