Elvis' Supplements

Disclaimer: Please always consult with your physician before making any changes to your diet, supplement intake, or workout plan. These suggestions do not replace your doctor's medical advice.

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Glucose Health helped me

lose 25 lbs.

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Cal Mag D strengthened my bones and helped me feel stronger.
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Balanced Health Omegas gave me better flexibility and helped with my blood circulation.

What's in it:

  • Chromium picolinate

  • Garcinia (the fruit) 

  • Gymnema (the leaves) 

  • Parsley concentrate  

  • Vanadium.

What it does:
  • Helps you better metabolize carbs, fats, and protein

  • Helps reduce the risk of insulin resistance  

  • Helps with weightloss 

  • Helps lower blood sugar levels

  • Rich in antioxidants and nutrients

 Did you know....?

 

The leaves from the Gymnema shrub (native to Africa and India) has a long history of being used for medicinal purposes, and to lower blood sugar levels. In fact, its name in Hindi means "destroyer of sugar." 

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What's in it:
  • Magnesium (as magnesium oxide) 

  • Calcium (as calcium carbonate), Vitamin D

  • Zinc (as zinc sulfate)  

  • Manganese (as manganese citrate)

What it does:
  • Helps regulate blood sugar levels 

  • Helps your body secrete and use insulin

  • Maintains healthy bones

  • Decreases the risk of 

  • osteoporosis

 

Did you know...?

 

Even though Calcium is known for strengthening your bones, it can also halt the progression of diabetes. Vitamin D is the perfect partner to calcium, as it aids in better absorption of calcium in the body. 

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What's in it:
  • DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid)  

  • EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid)

  • the equivalent amount of Omega-3s as 3 servings of fish.

What it does:
  • support in good brain and eye health

  • reduces triglyceride levels without having adverse side effects or reactions with prescriptions 

  • supports good circulation

 

Did you know....?

When you eat, your body takes the calories that were not used right away and convert those to triglycerides which are a fat/lipid found in your blood and stored in your body's fat cells. They are then released as energy between meals. Omegas help decrease triglyceride levels and help reduce blood sugar, blood pressure, obesity, and can help decrease the risk of heart disease or stroke.

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