Cytoplan Wholefood GTF Chromium (60 caps)
Dairy Free
Wheat Free
Certified Gluten Free

£8.10 £16.20
50% OFF
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Product description
Organic Chromium is an active ingredient of a substance called GTF (Glucose Tolerance Factor). GTF is now being recognised as important in carbohydrate metabolism. It stimulates the activity of enzymes involved in the metabolism of glucose for energy and the synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol. When Chromium levels are low in the body, GTF levels are low too and the activity of insulin is blocked – blood glucose levels therefore remain elevated.Cytoplan Wholefood GTF Chromium is better absorbed and longer retained than isolated chromiumChromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levelsContributes to normal macronutrient metabolismChromium provides a role in the maintenance of normal blood glucose concentrationsCytoplan Wholefood GTF Chromium supplement is made from a species of brassica (the broccoli family) that has been hydroponically grown in a chromium rich environment. As such it is a wholefood form of the mineral with high bio-availability
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Customer Reviews

04 August 2020
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My second bottle. I’ve always used another great brand but honestly this one is much better. Blood sugar reading are beautifully normal