Life Extension Suggestions
One or more of the following nutrients before meals can help blunt post-meal glucose surges into the blood and the subsequent reactive hypoglycemia that may follow:
- Fiber: 3 g with 8 – 16 ounces of water or other liquid twice daily with meals
- Prebiotics (as fructooligosaccharides): per label instructions
- Chromium: 500 – 1000 mcg daily
- Green coffee extract (std. to 50% chlorogenic acid): 200 – 400 mg up to 3 times daily before meals
- White kidney bean extract: 445 mg twice daily before meals
- Seaweed extract: 100 mg, 20-30 minutes before each meal (up to 3 times daily)
- Irvingia gabonensis: 150 mg twice daily
- L-arabinose: 550 mg before sucrose-containing meals
In addition, the following blood tests may provide helpful information:
Disclaimer and Safety Information
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