Introducing GlucodOX®— the only patented guggul-based nutraceutical for stimulating AMPK to support metabolic health and wellness.
Extends your “healthspan” by enhancing the body’s response to cellular and metabolic stress:
Most guggulsterones support normal lipid (cholesterol) and glucose (diabetes) metabolism. By stimulating AMPK, the patented formulation in GlucodOX takes guggulsterones further, adding longevity-promoting mechanisms much like metformin.
Increased energy and my A1C improved after only 1 week. Will definitely order again and highly recommend!
Gave me lots of energy to get through the day! I’m psyched I found GlucodOX, keep it coming!
I’ve had difficulty lowering my fasting blood sugar, and I don’t want to be on Metformin or insulin. I’ve been trying different products with ok results at best, and even when on these products and fasting for 8 hours 160 is about the lowest I could get my blood sugar. After taking Glucodox only twice, one capsule each time, my blood sugar was at 125 and that was only at 5 hours of fasting.
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