Berberine HCL 1200
Helps Support Healthy Blood Sugar and Cholesterol Levels* 180 Capsules 1200 mg per Serving Plus Organic Ceylon Cinnamon
Berberine Hydrochloride (HCL) is a compound found in several plants, including goldenseal, barberry, Oregon grape, and tree turmeric. It provides free-radical fighting activity, immune system support, and proper microbial balance.*
Berberine is one of the few compounds known to activate adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK), your metabolic master switch. Berberine HCL 1200 may benefit diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, heart health, gut health and more. Berberine has been shown to control blood sugar and lipid metabolism as effectively as the diabetes drug metformin.*
Our Berberine HCL 1200 also comes with 100 mgs of Organic Ceylon Cinnamon per serving which is 2 capsules. Ceylon cinnamon is full of antioxidants, which help your body handle free radicals and lowers your risk of health conditions like heart disease, and diabetes. Ceylon cinnamon is also rich in the mineral manganese. This mineral helps your body manage the enzymes that produce hormones and help repair your bones.*
Invest in your well-being with Berberine HCL 1200 and experience the positive effects it can have on your health.
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