Endorsed by Dr. James Chappell
It's a well know fact that excess sugar in one's diet acidifies the body and opens the gates to serious diseases.This creates the need for more calcium consumption to counter act this dilemma (alkalize the body). It is almost impossible even for the health conscious in today's world to eat correctly. To help with this challenge we have worked closely with Dr. James Chappell, author of A Promise Kept, One Son's Quest for the Cause and Cure of Diabetes. He has formulated an amazing product that may significantly lower glucose levels if used daily.
Cinnamon may help reduce blood sugar levels
In 2005 it was reported that 225,000 Americans die from diabetic related complications becoming the number 6 killer of all diseases. Already at epidemic proportions the American Diabetes Association currently estimates 41 million of us are currently pre-diabetic (blood fasting glucose level between 100-125) setting the stage for an enormous increase in every statistical category in the coming years.
At Coral LLC we are committed to providing our customers the finest organic and/or wild harvested herbs, which are grown around the world by master botanical specialists.
You are about to discover what ancient Chinese, Aborigine and South American Natives have know for centuries about the powerful effect that herbs such as Cinnamon, Gymnema Sylvestre, Bitter Melon, Nopal Cactus, American Ginseng and Fenugreek provide. These herbs, mixed with chromium polynicatinate, may just provide the tool needed to bridge the gap between what we want to eat and what we do eat.
Just half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day significantly reduces blood sugar levels in diabetics, a new study has found. The effect, which can be produced even by soaking a cinnamon stick your tea, could also benefit millions of non-diabetics who may have a blood sugar problem but are unaware of it.
Cinnamon may significantly help people with type 2 diabetes improve their ability to respond to insulin, thus normalizing their blood sugar levels. Both test tube and animal studies have shown that compounds in cinnamon not only stimulate insulin receptors, but also inhibit an enzyme that inactivates them, thus significantly increasing ability to use glucose. Studies to confirm cinnamon's beneficial actions in humans are currently underway with the most recent report coming from researchers from the US Agricultural Research Service. These studies have shown that less than half a teaspoon per day of cinnamon reduces blood sugar levels in persons with type 2 diabetes.
Cinnamon 6 Ingredients
Cinnamon - Latin Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum - Found in India, China, Madagascar, and Brazil.
American Ginseng - Latin name: Panax quinquefolium - Found in North America. Today American ginseng is one of the most popular herbs. American ginseng's adaptogenic qualities help balance the body, depending on the individual's needs.
Bitter Melon - Latin name: Momordica Charantia - Found in Amazon, East Africa, Asia, Caribbean and South America, bitter melon also known as Karela or Momordica Charantia.
Chromium - Chromium was first discovered as an essential trace element in 1955. It can be found in yeast, foods, cereals, whole grains, spices and more. The body of an average healthy individual contains only several milligrams.
Fenugreek - Latin name: Trigonella foenum-graecum - Found Argintina, France, India and North Africa. The seeds of Fenugreek are a condiment commonly used in Indian homes and are a rich source of fiber, particularly gel fiber. Gel fiber from Fenugreek resembles guar gum in chemical structure. Early studies suggest that in people with type 2 diabetes (also called non-insulin-dependent or adult-onset diabetes), fenugreek may lower blood sugar levels and may improve problems associated with high blood sugar levels.
Gymnema-Sylvestre - Latin name: Gymnema sylvestre - Found mostly in India. In Ancient times, Ayurvedic Physicians of India observed that the leaves of the plant GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE possess a remarkable property of suppressing for a few hours the sense of taste for sweet substances.
Nopal Cactus - Latin name: Opuntia Ficus-Indica, is a perennial cactus that is found in semi-tropical areas throughout the world, also known as prickly pear.
3 capsules, 3 times daily, 10 minutes before meals. Take 27 days then stop for 3 days, and then resume. To experience maximum benefit from this product, one tablet should be taken for every 50 pounds of body weight.
In order not to reach a state of homeostasis of ineffectiveness, most knowledgeable herbalists recommend taking herbs for a maximum of 27 days with 3 days off per month, to give your system a rest.
"Coral LLC, the only manufacturer of Cinnamon 6, does not make any health or medical claims relative to it's product or products, with the exception of possibly improving one's general health."