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Powerful herbal ingredients work together to support 18 key body functions needed for effective blood sugar support. Building on hundreds of years of holistic practice, CuraLin is the most effective blend of herbal ingredients and science. CuraLin is a clinically tested formula that’s 100% guaranteed to work or your money back.
CuraLin’s 9 Ingredients
and mechanisms for supporting healthy glucose & A1C:
Is a widely used traditional root for blood glucose support. It contains curcumin which promotes healthy blood glucose levels and tolerance to pancreas signals. It also supports the immune system.
Is a beautiful, purple flower that contains active compounds that promote cellular glucose metabolism, support the release of secretions from the pancreas, and keep a healthy rate of glucose absorption in the digestive system.
Is traditionally used to support glucose metabolic sensitivity and healthy pancreatic function.
Promotes healthy pancreas signal sensitivity & release and helps maintain healthy fasting glucose and A1c levels. Cinnamon also supports healthy weight loss and a healthy feeling nervous system.
Is a stem from the Himalayas that helps the liver’s management of toxins, and supports proper function, which in turn helps to promote glucose metabolism and natural weight management.
Is rich in tannins, which support the pancreas and promote the healthy function of damaged cells.
Is a popular supplement in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine for people seeking glucose support. It contains active compounds that support normal liver function and normal glucose levels.
Is rich in special fibers that support pancreas signal production, release and usage. It also maintains a healthy rate of carbohydrate absorption in the digestive system!
Cuts through carb cravings! This plant is also known as “gurmar”, a meaning “sugar destroyer”. It contains molecules similar in shape to glucose, so they fill sugar receptors on the taste buds, reducing cravings and keeping carbohydrate absorption to a healthy rate.
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Also known as Curcuma Longa, Turmeric has been used in Eastern medicinal systems for hundreds of years to help people maintain healthy glucose levels though healthy insulin tolerance.
The active ingredients help the pancreatic cells release insulin, reduce absorption of glucose from the digestive system and improve the intracellular metabolism of glucose.
Also known as Karela or Momordica Charantia, Bitter Melon is traditionally used by diabetes in Eastern medicinal systems. Its mechanism of action promotes healthy physiological function in damaged pancreatic cells, supports glucose absorption, and the sensitivity of the muscle cells to insulin.
Cinnamon has many benefits, including supporting healthy glucose absorption & metabolism, promoting healthy insulin release, circulation & sensitivity, and maintaining healthy levels of gluconeogenesis. It also supports healthy weight loss, promotes healthy HbA1c and fasting blood sugar, healthy cholesterol levels, and promotes a healthy nervous system.
The active compounds in Pirorhiza Kurroa act as an anti-oxidant and promotes healthy liver function (protecting it from toxins). This supports healthy glucose tolerance and helps people maintain a healthy weight.
Also known as Indian gooseberry or Emblica Officinalis, the active property in Amla is Tannoid, which helps support the physiological function of pancreatic cells.
Also known as Eugenia Jambolana, the active components in Syzygium Cumini supports a healthy physiological function in the liver, creating a reservoir of glucose macromolecules, thereby helping maintain healthy fasting blood glucose levels.
Also known as Trigonella Foenum Graecum, Fenugreek contains fibers that promotes insulin production, release & sensitivity. Fenugreek also helps support a healthy rate of carbohydrate absorption in the digestive system.
Gymnema Sylvestre has many active compounds including Saponin, which is known to help manage cravings for carbohydrate. Metabolically, it encourages healthy insulin release.
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Research and Science
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Opinion Matters (2018) CCD PR Diabetes.https://curalife.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Survey-results.pptx Accessed 23 October 2018.
Wild bitter gourd improves metabolic syndrome: a preliminary dietary supplementation trial. Nutrition Journal, vol. 11, no. 1, article
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Hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic effect of ethanolic extract of seeds of Eugenia jambolana in alloxan-induced diabetic rabbits. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 85, Issues 2-3, April 2003, Pages 201-206. Sharma S.B. et al.
Preclinical evaluation of the antidiabetic effect of Eugenia jambolana seed powder in streptozotcin-diabetic rats. Braz J Med Biol Res, March 2005, Volume 38(3) 463-468. Sridhar S.B. et al.
Anti-diabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia stem extracts on streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2009 Vol. 3 No. 5 pp. 171-180. Rajalkshmi. My. et al.
Tinospora cordifolia attentuates oxidative stress and distorted carbohydrate metabolism in experimentally induced type 2 diabetes in rats. J Nat Med. 2011 Jul;65(3-4):544-50. Sangeetha MK. et al.
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