The comprehensive system offers proprietary formulations of scientifically-proven, all natural ingredients, backed by more than 20 ingredient clinical studies
September 11, 2020
Sugarbreak is empowering consumers to proactively achieve better health through a comprehensive, medical community-endorsed system that uses all natural, scientifically-proven ingredients to help manage blood sugar as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 30 million Americans — nearly 10% of the entire population — are living with diabetes, and perhaps as many as 85 million more are living with prediabetes.
Study confirms three benefits with Beneo Palatinose™
March 28, 2018
The study results showed that each low glycemic modulated meal was able to move the participants’ substrate oxidation—the process of generating energy within the cells from food consumed—from carbohydrate oxidation to fat oxidation, thus promoting fat burning and subsequently, over time, weight management.
Europe’s HiE show highlights tasty treats, new product prototypes.
April 10, 2015
Within its overriding theme “The Power of Less,” BENEO used last year’s HiE to focus on balancing blood sugar levels. The company demonstrated how its ingredients can lower the blood glucose response of food and drinks and consequently contribute to healthy lifestyles.
Nutrisystem offers coordinated food program for diabetes, weight control.
April 9, 2015
Nutrisystem, Inc., Fort Washington, Pa., greeted 2015 with a new weight loss program: Fast 5+, a new program to help customers lose five pounds PLUS one inch off their waist in their first week of dieting—or their money back guaranteed.
New kit from Extend Nutrition includes 60 servings of nutritional bars, shakes, and more
April 2, 2015
Extend Nutrition, St. Louis, introduces an easy-to-follow “Snack-2-Health Kit.” Officials note that no lifestyle changes required there’s no program to follow. Consumers just have to eat two snacks per day.
The CDC believes that, as of 2010, almost 80 million American adults aged 20 or older could be considered as pre-diabetic. And, in a CDC report released just six weeks ago, only 11% of the Americans who are at risk for diabetes are aware they are at risk.