AyurGold promotes healthy blood sugar levels by supporting pancreas and liver function.
Herbal Extracts Formulation
Promotes healthy kidney function
Bolsters β-cells of Langerhans
Promotes healthy pancreas function
Promotes healthy pancreas function
Promotes healthy pancreas function
Supports healthy kidney function
Maintains healthy liver glucose output
Nurtures regular glucose metabolism
Supports normal glucose uptake
Bolsters healthy glucose tolerance
Supports healthy liver function
Indian Kino Tree
Nurtures pancreatic beta cells
Maintains β-cells of Langerhans
AyurGold's proprietary formulation contains 279 natural phytonutrients that exert
544 synergistic activities on your body. Many of these phytonutrients are widely recognized for their contribution to Healthy
Blood Sugar Levels.
Chromium - Can decrease fasting blood glucose, insulin levels, and
glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) and increase insulin sensitivity in people with type
2 diabetes (Lee and Reasner , “Beneficial Effect of Chromium Supplementation on
Serum Triglyceride Levels in NIDDM”, Diabetes Care 17:1449-52, 1994;
Anderson, Cheng, Bryden, et al., “Elevated Intakes of Supplemental Chromium Improve
Glucose and Insulin Variables in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes”, Diabetes, 46:1786-91,1997;
Rabinovitz, Friedensohn , Leibovitz , et al, “Effect of Chromium Supplementation on
Blood Glucose and Lipid Levels in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Elderly Patients”, Int J
Vitam Nutr Res 74:178-8 , 2004; Martin , Wang , Zhang, et al, “Chromium Picolinate
Supplementation Attenuates Body Weight Gain and Increases Insulin Sensitivity in
Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes”, Diabetes Care, 29:1826-32,2006).
Magnesium - Higher dietary magnesium intake is associated with lower fasting insulin
concentrations in adults and obese children and a reduced risk of developing type 2
diabetes (Meyer, Kushi, Jacobs, et al., “Carbohydrates, Dietary Fiber, and Incident
Type 2 Diabetes in Older Women”, Am J Clin Nutr ;71:921-30, 2000; Song Y, Manson
JE, Buring JE, Liu S., “Dietary Magnesium Intake in Relation to Plasma Insulin Levels
and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Women”, Diabetes Care 2004; 27:59-65; Fung TT,
Manson JE, Solomon CG, et al., “The Association between Magnesium Intake and
Fasting Insulin Concentration in Healthy Middle-Aged Women”, J Am Coll Nutr 2003;
22:533-8; Larsson SC, Wolk A., “Magnesium Intake and Risk of Type-2 Diabetes: a
Meta-Analysis”, J Intern Med 2007:262:208-14).
Niacin (Nicotinamide) - Might reserve beta-cell function in newly-diagnosed type 1
diabetes and prolong the production of insulin in newly-diagnosed type 1 diabetes
(Pozzilli P, Visalli N, Cavallo MG, et al., “Vitamin E and Nicotinamide have Similar
Effects in Maintaining Residual Beta Cell Function in Recent Onset Insulin-
Dependent Diabetes”, Eur J Endocrinol 1997; 137:234-9; Visalli N, Cavallo MG,
Signore A, et al., “A Multi-Centre Randomized Trial of Two Different Doses of
Nicotinamide in Patients with Recent-Onset Type 1 Diabetes (the IMDIAB VI)”,
Diabetes Metab Res Rev 1999;15:181-5; Pozzilli P, Visalli N, Signore A, et al.,
“Double Blind Trial of Nicotinamide in Recent-Onset IDDM (the IMDIAB III study)”,
Diabetologia 1995; 38:848-52; Pozzilli P, Browne PD, Kolb H., “Meta-Analysis of
Nicotinamide Treatment in Patients with Recent-Onset IDDM. The Nicotinamide
Trialists”, Diabetes Care; 19:1357-63, 1996).
Take one capsule after breakfast and one
capsule after dinner.
You can promote normal blood sugar balance and optimize your long-term
1) Taking AyurGold
- AyurGold releases hundreds of phytonutrients that act at the
molecular level to promote normal blood sugar balance.
Regularly Drink Water - Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water per day
to avoid dehydration and help liberate fat stores to be burned as
3) Eat 5 to
6 Small Meals Daily - Spreading food intake improves nutrient
absorption, minimizes blood sugar fluctuations, and decreases
fat-storing hormones and enzymes.
Carbohydrates - Consume low to moderate GI (Glycemic Index)
carbohydrates at all times. All low GI diets are based on the
same principle of balancing blood sugar. The foods which are
restricted on low GI diets are those which cause your blood sugar and
insulin levels to rise fast and high such as desserts and refined
sugars. This results in more food being converted to fat.
Some foods commonly believed to be healthy actually have a high GI
index: dried dates, watermelon, banana, raisins, brown rice pasta,
white rice, cornmeal, couscous, instant rice, white bread, whole meal
bread, dark rye, and popular cereals (Raisin Bran, Special K, Grape
Nuts, Cornflakes, Rice Krispies, Cheerios, Puffed Wheat).
- Consume lean, complete protein regularly with meals to raise your
metabolic and anabolic hormones and prevent lean tissue loss.
Good protein sources are skinless chicken, salmon, tuna, sardines, low
fat cottage cheese, egg whites, and turkey breast. Avoid luncheon
meats, whole milk, ground beef, cheese, bacon, pork chops, and yogurt.
Fiber Intake - Fibrous vegetables like Broccoli, Cauliflower, Peppers,
and Carrots, and other raw vegetables and brown rice and whole grains
increase transit time of food, improve digestion, and enhance weight
loss. They also add bulk to the diet which reduces appetite.
Saturated Fats and Replace with Polyunsaturated Fats (PUFAs) - Limit
butter, red meat, cheese, mayonnaise, macadamia nuts, peanut butter,
and sunflower seeds. Avoid margarine, foods with "partially
hydrogenated" on labeling, processed vegetable oils, and fried
foods. Regularly consume flax oil, non-processed vegetable oils,
salmon, olive oil, hazelnuts, peanut oil, hemp, avocado, almonds, and
- 40 to 60 minutes of aerobics (jogging, fast walking, swimming,
cycling) on alternating days from weight training will help to burn fat
and calories, increase physical endurance, strengthen heart and lungs,
help control blood lipid levels and blood pressure, increase insulin
sensitivity, and enhance energy and ability to cope with stress.
Since aerobics on an empty stomach rely on fat for energy, morning time
is ideal for aerobics. The level of intensity should be within
your target heart range. This means 60% to 85% of your maximum
heart rate (you feel the workout is somewhat hard where you feel tired
but can continue for the entire 40 to 60 minute period).
Weight Training - More muscle mass means a higher resting metabolic
rate and more calories burned. Weight training 3 to 4 days per
week (less than 1 hour per session with 30 to 60 second rest periods in
between sets) will foster high levels of muscle building (anabolic)
hormones and minimize muscle wasting (catabolic) hormones. Work
each body part once a week (chest and back on day 1, legs on day 3,
shoulders and arms on day 5).
Multivitamins - A good quality multivitamin / mineral supplement is
always advisable for maximizing metabolism, fat loss, and health.
Consuming Alcohol in Moderation - Drinking too much alcohol can raise
triglyceride levels in your blood and also lead to high blood pressure,
heart failure, and increase calorie intake (which can lead to obesity
Relaxation - When you are stressed, you are more likely to break away
from good habits such as eating healthy foods and exercising
regularly. Maintain a relaxed outlook by prioritizing tasks,
setting limits, getting enough sleep, and calming your mind through
meditation, hobbies, and time spent with loved ones.