Antagolin

by Mni
Code
00005771836103
Size:60s
R249.95

Overview

  • Optimises blood sugar metabolism
  • Combats insulin resistance
  • Contains plant derived natural ingredients 

Description

Antagolin is a blend of plant-derived (phytochemical) ingredients which have all been used to help stabilise blood sugar and assist with biochemical developments of insulin resistance. This development is responsible for the metabolic regulation of blood sugar and fats.

Ingredients

Insul-X2: Contains Barberry root extract 60% (Berberis vulgaris) 35mg, Additives are chromium 2% 7mcg, Banaba leaf extract (Lagerstroemia speciosa) 400mg, Inositol 40mg. 

Warnings

Keep out of reach of children.

Directions

Adults: Take 2 tablets 2-3 times a day with meals. Children: Use not recommended. 
 

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