GYMNEMA PLUS HERBAL TEA 24’S [EXP:01/2020]
Gymnema is an effective herbal preparation known as destroyer of sugar in ancient times. The active ingredients in the leaves have been used as a remedy for diabetes. Gymnema Sylvester takes away and blocks the absorption of sugar into the blood stream circulation. Treat yourself with a cup of Gymnema Herbal Tea everyday and you will experience a good change in your health. Within 2 weeks of consumption, you will feel very fresh, alert and active.
Reduce Sugar Intake
With all of the unhealthy additives sometimes included in processed food, the struggle to stay clear of sugar is an everyday battle. Excessive sugar intake can lead to rapid weight gain, resulting in other health conditions linked to obesity. Drinking gymnema tea can actually help to reduce both the craving for and amount of sugar a person eats. Gymnema contains saponins known as gymnemic acids, sweetness inhibitors that can reduce the taste of sugar in the mouth. This temporary reduction in sweetness works with both artificial and natural sweeteners, making gymnema tea a great way to squash a sugar craving.
Block Sugar Absorption
Gymnemic acids also help to block sugar within the body. In scientific studies rats given gymnema tea experienced a reduction in sugar absorption during digestion. This effect is attributed to the fact that gymnemic acids act in a similar manner to glucose, and have almost the same effect within the intestines. When entering intestinal receptors, gymnemic acids may lock out glucose, helping to prevent sugar from being absorbed. This makes gymnema tea useful for possibly balancing blood sugar levels as well as lessening the amount of sugar the body stores as fat.
Gymnema has historically found use for managing symptoms of diabetes. The ability to help against the symptoms of diabetes comes from gymnema tea’s balancing of blood sugar levels, as well as positively affecting the production of insulin. Studies have shown that gymnema tea may support the regeneration of pancreatic cells. Insulin, which is produced in the pancreas, is more easily created as a result.