G & W Australia GlucoPia
GlucoPia herbal supplement is formulated for controlling body sugar levels. The particular ingredients of GlucoPia have demonstrated beneficial in controlling normal blood sugar levels, assist sugar metabolic process, aid sugar regulations, sustain balanced glucose levels and overall health.
GlucoPia is a scientifically formulated natural medication for the regulation of body sugar levels. It has been developed upon long-standing traditional uses, extensive clinical and pharmacological studies and the latest pharmaceutical technologies. The active ingredients of GlucoPia have been shown to be effective in helping maintain normal glucose levels and general well-being.
GlucoPia was researched and developed by a research team headed by Dr GR Hu. Dr Hu has over 30 years of clinical and research experience, particularly in the fields of aging medicine, immunology and allergy, at the University of Sydney and Shanghai Medical University, with a particular focus on integrative herbal research.
Scientific Evidence of the Herbal Ingredients Traditional Uses
is a substance out of Phellodendron amurense bark, used traditionaly for healing wound and remedy for diarrhea. The latest research has revealed its healing health benefits in increasing blood sugar metabolic process by means of induction of glycolysis and activation of AMPK – an enzyme for improving muscle glucose usage, breakdown and energy production.
- Bitter melon
is a vegetable and has traditionally been used for sustaining normal sugar levels. The latest studies have shown four bioactive elements that triggers AMPK.
is an ancient spice which is used in modern day desserts and cooking. Recently, studies have verified its part in the regulation of sugar-metabolism and support in transporting glucose into cells.
- Lycium barbarum fruit (Goji berry)
is a traditional tonic. Studies have indicated that Goji berry enhances well-being the polysaccharides in it assist in balancing sugar levels.
Rehmannia glutinosa rhizome, Cornus officnalis fruit, Paeonia suffruticosa root bark, Dioscorea opposite rhizome, and Poria cocos
natural herb is traditionally used for regulation of normal sugar levels.
- Chromium, Zinc and Magnesium
is directly associated with sugar metabolism, and perform a crucial role within the upkeep of balanced glucose levels.
improves sugar metabolism. Numerous studies have demostrated that magnesium supplementing helps to reduce the danger of high glucose levels.
Helps maintain normal glucose levels. Assists in the maintenance or improvement of general well-being.
Berberine (as Phellodendron amurense bark).
Lycium barbarum fruit (Goji berry).
Momordica charantia fruit (Bitter melon).
Cinnamomum cassia (Cinnamon).
Rehmannia glutinosa rhizome.
Diosecorea opposita rhizome.
Poria cocos herb.
Cornus officinalis fruit.
Paeonia suffruticosa root bark.
Take two capsules, 2 to 3 times a day after meals.
Can be reduced to two capsules, 1 to 2 times a day after meals after 2 to 3 months of use or as recommended by your health professional.
Quality and Safety
Active components are tested for authenticity and quality of species.
Highly concentrated extractions; High potency.
Highly concentrated extraction; High potency
All herbs and substances used in GlucoPia have been accepted for used in listed medicines in Australia.
GlucoPia capsule contain highly concentrated herbal extracts that are highly hygroscopic – Store with cap tightly closed at all times. Keep below 30ºC in a dry place, and avoid direct sunlight.
The information written here is not meant as professional advice. Please talk to your doctor or other qualified health professional prior to taking herbal supplements of any kind.
Always read the label. Use only as directed and consult your health care professional of symptoms persist.
Not recommended for pregnant or breast-feeding women, or children under 12 years of age.
GlucoPia can be used with your usual medication.
Diet control and physical exercise are recommended.
This information is not intended as professional advice. A health care professional should be consulted in relation to all professional conditions. Vitamins & minerals may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.