Chromium Plus™

Chromium Plus™ features chromium polynicotinate with supporting nutrients to assist glucose metabolism.

60 Vegetarian Capsules (VCaps®)

BENEFITS

May help maintenance of healthy blood sugar, digestion of carbohydrates, and management of carbohydrate cravings.

  • Chromium is a trace element that supports general health and wellbeing. This trace mineral is required for carbohydrate metabolism, and may help maintain healthy blood glucose.
  • Chromium polynicotinate is one of several chemical compounds of chromium. It is a niacin-bound chromium which is seen as more favourable than chromium picolinate.
  • Alpha lipoic acid, inositol, zinc glycinate, and vanadium provide nutritional support to aid carbohydrate metabolism.

o   Alpha-lipoic acid is an antioxidant that may reduce free radicals formed in the body.

o   Inositol, or vitamin B8, is a vitamin-like substance that supports healthy blood sugar.

o   Zinc glycinate is an absorbable form that may help maintain zinc levels in the body. Supplemental zinc supports glucose metabolism.

o   Studies show long term use of vanadium is effective to assist sugar metabolism.

INGREDIENTS

Each vegetarian capsule contains:

Chromium polynicotinate 2000μg
Equivalent to chromium 250μg

Alpha lipoic acid 200mg

Inositol 100mg

Zinc glycinate 53mg
Equivalent to zinc 15mg

Vanadium aminoate 100mg
Equivalent to vanadium 1mg

Excipient Ingredients
Calcium hydrogen phosphate, calcium phosphate, silicon dioxide, and magnesium stearate (vegetable source).

Contains no gluten, soy, dairy, yeast, wheat, animal products, artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Adults take 1 capsule daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

CAUTIONS

Not recommended for use by pregnant, or breastfeeding women.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

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Note: This product is available to Queensland residents only.

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