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UPC # 605069422017
Official Website: http://www.himalayausa.com
Some days you walk a pretty narrow tightrope between the good things you eat and the bad things.On those days you're working without a safety net, steady yourself with Bitter Melon, a completely natural fruit that supports the body's normal blood sugar levels.
Unlike many herbs, Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia) is commonly eaten as a dish, proof positive of its safety. In fact, Health Canada even recommends it on their website under "Treat Your Taste Buds," suggesting Bitter Melon as a unique new fruit to try for good nutrition.1 1Choosing Vegetables and Fruits," Health Canada, Feb. 2008
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial was conducted on 40 subjects. Prior to the study, chemical parameters such as fasting blood sugar, cholesterol, weight and glycosylated HG (Alc) were measured. The group was divided into the Bitter Melon group and the placebo. The Bitter Melon group reported positive indications that Bitter Melon supports Alc and other parameters with no adverse side effects.
1) Helps support normal blood sugar levels with compounds called charantin and momordicin. Additional key compounds such as vicine, peptides, and polypeptide-p (plant insulin) also work together to give Bitter Melon its potency.
2) Helps maintain a normal level of triglycerides and cholesterol in the liver and blood.
3) Helps support a normal immune system function.
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