BENEFITS OF REDUCOSE

Put More Life in your Years with Reducose

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Feel better & balanced

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Say goodbye to post meal sugar crashes and get off the blood sugar roller coaster

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Reducose helps make lifestyle changes a little easier

1.

Feel better & balanced

2.

Say goodbye to post meal sugar crashes and get off the blood sugar roller coaster

3.

Reducose helps make lifestyle changes a little easier

4.

Fits simply into your routine

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Reducose puts you back in control

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Reducose works immediately

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No more worries about hidden sugars or carbs

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You can measure the results

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Fits simply into your routine

6.

No more worries about hidden sugars or carbs

5.

Reducose puts you back in control

7.

Reducose works immediately

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Reduces the GI (Glycemic Index) of the foods you eat by as much as 50%

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Reducose supports a healthy mind & memory

8.

You can measure the results

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Reduces the GI (Glycemic Index) of the foods you eat by as much as 50%

10.

Reducose supports a healthy mind & memory

What happens when you eat a meal

Glucose is a type of sugar you get from the foods you eat, and it serves as the main source of energy for the body.  Glucose comes from the Greek word for “sweet.”

When the stomach digests food, the carbohydrate (sugars and starches) in the food breaks down into another type of sugar, called glucose. The stomach and small intestines absorb the glucose and then release it into the bloodstream.

Your blood sugar level normally rises after you eat. Foods high in sugar or carbohydrates are more likely to raise blood sugar levels faster and higher.  A few hours later, it dips as insulin moves glucose into your cells.  This is often referred to as the “blood sugar roller coaster”.

Reducose tackles the root cause of high blood sugar spikes by blocking up to 40% of the digestion of sugars and other carbs*. As you get up to 40% less glucose in your blood, your body also needs to produce a lot less insulin, which is healthy.

When the stomach digests food, the carbohydrate (sugars and starches) in the food breaks down into another type of sugar, called glucose. The stomach and small intestines absorb the glucose and then release it into the bloodstream.

Only a small 250mg dose does the job and this is backed by 6 human clinical studies*.

Reducose turns fast sugars and carbs into slow ones.