Glucose Health releases natural health products for diabetes

June 22,2016: Glucose Health, Inc announced its innovative, non-prescription dietary supplement, formulated for persons with pre and type-2 diabetes, Glucose Health Daily Blood Sugar Maintenance, is now available in the “Diabetes Supplies” section at Walmart pharmacies nationwide, as well as online at

For the first time in any dietary supplement product sold in the United States, Glucose Health Daily Blood Sugar Maintenancecombines soluble fiber with five natural botanicals, including extracts of cinnamon tree bark and white tea leaves plus two minerals including chromium picolinate, all mixed in a pleasant-tasting and economical powdered tea drink.

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Each of the nine (9) total compounds comprising the Glucose Health formula have important impacts, demonstrated in certain clinical studies published in peer-reviewed medical journals, on blood glucose, insulin, triglycerides and cholesterol, relevant to persons with pre-diabetes and Type-2 diabetes.

For the 60-Day Supply container of Glucose Health Daily Blood Sugar Maintenance, Walmart’s price is less than $10 – just 17 cents per day.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has a long-standing corporate commitment to make health and wellness more affordable and accessible to its millions of customers. Each year Walmart sponsors “America’s Biggest Health Fair – a health and wellness customer event which takes place at the retailer’s 4,000+ stores nationwide. By including free blood glucose screenings at the event, Walmart performs valuable community service, educating its customers to recognize the onset of metabolic syndrome and the lifestyle risk factors associated with diabetes.

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With Glucose Health Daily Blood Sugar Maintenance, all health care professionals including pharmacists, as well as dieticians and diabetes educators, now have an affordable supplement supporting and enhancing their health and wellness initiatives targeting diabetes.

Source: Glucose Health

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