Dietary food supplement - 210 ml
Bitter Melon® optimizes blood sugar levels, improves glucose metabolism, supports liver and kidney function, and improves the function of the digestive system. Research indicates that bitter melon strengthens the immune system and increases the body’s power to fight against common infections.
- Bitter melon 99.9%
- Sodium Benzoate 0.01%
It supports the organism in maintaining a healthy immune system and optimizes the blood sugar levels.
Bitter Melon® is 100% natural, dietary supplement composed of 99.9% bitter melon. The major compounds that have been isolated from bitter melon and identified as hypoglycaemic agents include charantin, polypeptide-p and vicine. Bitter Melon® supports healthy balance of blood sugar levels, improves liver and kidney function, and supports the digestive system. Research indicates that bitter melon strengthens the immune system and increases the body’s power to fight against infections. It also improves the immunity at a cellular level which aids in the prevention of most cancer types.
It contains more calcium than spinach, more beta-carotene than broccoli and more potassium than banana. Furthermore, Bitter Melon contains zinc, alkaloids, folic acid, phosphorus, fibers, iron, manganese as well as vitamins C, B1, B2 and B3.
Bitter melon is rich in antioxidants, which fight free radicals and, according to research, they even eliminate cancer cells of certain types. Regular use increases your energy and vitality, strengthens the immunity and improves the functioning of the digestive system.
Composition & Nutrition Facts:
- Bitter melon 99.9% (Momordica charantia)
- Sodium Benzoate 0.01%
- Dosage: 2 times a day, one full teaspoon.
- The recommended daily allowance must not be exceeded.
- Not suitable for children, pregnant and nursing women.
- The dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet.
- Store in the original packaging at a temperature up to 25 degrees Celsius and keep out of reach of children.
Although this condition typically occurs in older adults, it is alarming that nowadays diabetes mellitus type 2 is often diagnosed in young people, especially children. Type 2 diabetes is a disease characterized by increased blood sugar levels. Among the major risk factors that increase the probability of being diagnosed for diabetes mellitus type 2 are: obesity, lack of physical activity and high blood pressure.
Symptoms of the disease
The symptoms of Diabetes mellitus type 2 can quite often be attributed to less serious illnesses, viruses or stress. There is no need to panic if you believe that you might be suffering from this condition. However, if you are experiencing the following symptoms you should consult your doctor at your earliest convenience. The symptoms of diabetes mellitus type 2 include:
-frequent skin infections
-infections of the oral cavity
-increased feeling of thirst
-dry mouth, especially after meals
-sudden or rapid weight gains and losses
The foundation is a healthy lifestyle. A diverse, balanced diet with minimal usage of spices and salt .It is recommended that you get used to eating healthier meals without added preservatives or any artificial flavourings. It is also very important to practice regular physical activity. Whether you decide to go to the gym, go out for a run in the fresh air, or you simply prefer to have a 20 minute workout session in the privacy of your own home – the most important thing is to get into the habit of maintaining a regiment of healthy physical activities.
Equally important is what you drink. Carefully choose your beverages, avoiding sweetened or soft drinks of any kind. Instead of drinking beverages that are high in sugar levels, such as soft drinks, sodas or colas, it is much better to simply drink water.
Living with diabetes is not easy. But with a little discipline, you can build certain policies and rules. If you do not know how to make healthy meals, measure calories and monitor the composition and value of your meals, or contact a nutritional expert.
The good news, when it comes to living with diabetes is that the medical community is quite familiar with the condition itself due to its widespread reach in today’s world. Doctors, medical experts, nutritional counsellors, lifestyle coaches and many other professionals are all able to assist you with managing the condition. Life can be fun, colourful and sweet with diabetes as well.