- Helps reduce sugar cravings
- May help promote the normal release and activity of insulin
- Promotes cellular health in peripheral nerves and cardiovascular system
- Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels
- Promotes weight loss
- Supports a strong immune system
- Helps maintain normal cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Advanced Level 90®
Advanced Level 90 is a combination of vitamins, trace minerals and herbs that help maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and promotes optimal uptake and use of blood glucose. Maintaining healthy, normal blood sugar levels is important to overall health because of the negative impact that high blood sugar levels can cause on the body. Blood sugar levels are determined by how many carbohydrates are ingested, how rapidly the body breaks down carbohydrates into simple sugars and absorbs these sugars into the bloodstream, and how rapidly cells uptake the sugar from the blood. Advanced Level 90 helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
With a unique combination of ingredients, Advanced Level 90 Blood Sugar Maintenance sets itself apart from the competition by offering the most well rounded formula for blood sugar support on the market. By including glucomannan - a dietary fiber shown to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels by delaying stomach emptying and promoting a gradual absorption of blood sugar - in combination with Alpha Lipoic Acid, Chromium and trace minerals, Advanced Level 90 leads the way in blood sugar level maintenance.
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Glucomannan is a soluble, dietary fiber shown to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels by delaying stomach emptying and promoting a gradual absorption of blood sugar from the intestines. Glucomannan is also known for helping to maintain normal cholesterol and triglyceride levels while promoting weight loss.
Alpha-lipoic acid, found in the mitochondria, is an energy producer found within cells. Alpha-lipoic acid is a powerful antioxidant. Alpha-lipoic acid has been shown to support normal insulin sensitivity. Alpha-lipoic acid promotes the production of energy from fat and sugar, which promotes the normal elimination of glucose from the blood and supports normal insulin function. Alpha-lipoic acid supports healthy glucose uptake by the muscles and promotes normal glucose oxidation.
Gymnema is used as a wellness plant in India. The leaves of Gymnema support normal glucose absorption and help with reducing sugar cravings. Gymnema has been known to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. There have been several studies on gymnema and the effects it has on blood sugar levels. The results have shown the Gymnema supports healthy blood sugar levels.
Ginseng is part of a group of adaptogenic herbs from the plant family Araliacae. "Ginseng" means "essence of the earth in the form of a man." "Seng" is a term employed by Chinese medicinal root gatherers for fleshy roots used as tonics. American ginseng grows in shady woodlands with rich soils. It is native to Ohio and found mostly in the Appalachian region of the state. Its range outside of Ohio extends into the eastern half of the United States, from Quebec to Minnesota, and south to Georgia and Oklahoma.
Ginseng is helpful in maintaining normal blood glucose levels. Ginseng is also believed to possess outstanding healing properties. Ginseng is an adaptogen, which helps the body maintain proper balance and fight fatigue. It has been used to maintain good cardiovascular health. By acting as an adaptogen, it aids the body in directly dealing with the effects of mental and physical stress. Ginseng is used to enhance physical (including sexual) and mental performance, and to increase energy and resistance to the harmful effects of stress and aging. In traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng is a tonic used to increase strength, support blood volume, promote life and appetite, quiet the spirit, and provide wisdom. Ginseng was used to support cognitive function and support gastrointestinal health. Ginsengs promote Yang energy, support circulation, the immune system and blood supply.
Artichokes, nuts, beans, whole grains and shellfish are the main sources of magnesium. Sixty percent of the body's magnesium resides in the bones. Magnesium operates as a co-enzyme to promote optimal nervous system functioning and to support the regulation of body temperature, energy metabolism, DNA and RNA synthesis, and the formation of bones. Magnesium works alongside B-vitamins in the production of energy. It supports the normal conduction of nerve impulses and helps maintain a healthy heart. It promotes normal protein synthesis, which is necessary in muscle development. Plus, studies point to a potential role for magnesium supplements in energy metabolism efficiency in endurance athletes. Magnesium is also well known for its role in supporting-bone building properties, working in conjunction with calcium.
Zinc is largely found in fortified cereals, red meats, eggs, poultry and certain seafood, including oysters. It is a component of multiple enzymes and proteins. It supports the regulation of gene expression. Zinc is an essential trace mineral that supports functions in 300 different enzymes. Zinc promotes almost all biochemical pathways and physiological processes. More than 90 percent of the body's zinc is stored in the bones (30 percent) and muscles (60 percent), but zinc is also found in virtually all body tissues. Zinc also promotes normal healing, provides immune system support, promotes a healthy prostate gland and supports normal fertility and sperm production in males. Because zinc supports a great number of enzymatic processes, it has been found to promote a large range of bodily functions including digestion, energy production, growth, cellular repair, collagen synthesis, bone strength, cognitive function and carbohydrate metabolism (glucose utilization and insulin production).
Chromium is found naturally in some cereals, meats, poultry, brewer's yeast, broccoli, prunes mushrooms, fish and beer. Chromium is an essential trace mineral that promotes normal glucose metabolism, helps maintain healthy insulin levels, and helps maintain healthy blood levels of cholesterol and other fats. It may also help with appetite control. Chromium has been shown to help maintain healthy blood sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides levels, and to aid in weight loss. Chromium may promote an increase in lean body and muscle mass.
Vanadium is found naturally in seafood, mushrooms, some cereals and soybeans. Vanadium a trace mineral is known for being effective in maintaining healthy blood glucose levels. Vanadium helps increase muscle mass, supports normal blood flow and helps maintain normal glycogen synthesis and storage.
Biotin is naturally found in egg yolks, peanuts, beef liver, milk (10 mcg/cup), cereals, almonds and Brewer's yeast. Biotin is known to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. It also helps to strengthen hair and nails, increase energy levels and help maintain normal cholesterol levels.
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How does Advanced Level 90 Blood Sugar Maintenance help you control blood sugar levels?
It helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels. It controls cravings for sweets and supports normal glucose metabolism.
Is Advanced Level 90 Blood Sugar Maintenance safe to take daily?
Yes. Advanced Level 90 Blood Sugar Maintenance can be taken with each meal with eight ounces of water.
What types of foods contain carbohydrates?
Breads, cereals, rice, pasta, beans, fruits, vegetables, milk and dairy products.
Are all carbohydrates the same?
No. There are good carbohydrates and bad carbohydrates. Good carbs include fruits, vegetables and whole grain foods because they are loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals, which all promote optimal health. Bad carbs include foods high in sugar, low in fiber and low in nutrients, such as sweets, chips, crackers and other processed foods.
What is the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates?
There are two types of carbohydrates: simple and complex.
Simple carbohydrates are absorbed very easily from the intestine into the bloodstream and as a result, have the most rapid effect on blood sugar levels because they are absorbed so readily. Foods containing simple carbs include processed items such as cookies, candies and chips. Fruits represent a natural form of simple carbohydrates.
Complex carbohydrates, which include fiber and starches, are also made up of sugars, but they exist in longer chains so that they take longer to break down in the intestine and thus are absorbed into the bloodstream at a slower rate. Foods containing complex carbs include most vegetables, whole grains and beans. The majority of carbohydrate calories that you consume should come from complex carbohydrates.
How do carbohydrates affect blood sugar levels?
Both simple and complex carbohydrates are broken down in the intestines to their smaller disaccharide counterparts: glucose, fructose and galactose. Once broken down, they are absorbed through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream. The rate at which these simple sugars are absorbed into the bloodstream is what affects how high your blood sugar levels rise.
Why is fiber beneficial to the body and how does it affect blood sugar levels?
Fiber is a plant material that is largely resistant to the body's digestive enzymes so that much of it moves through the intestines and is excreted from the body. As a result, it retains water and supports normal bowel movement because it keeps the bolus of food moving through the intestines. In addition, it helps slow the absorption of sugars into the bloodstream, helping to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.