Glucosans Reduces Blood Sugar


Diabetes affects more than 20 Million Americans and every year nearly 1 million more people are diagnosed with diabetes. It is estimated that another 5 million have not yet been diagnosed. 300,000 Americans will die this year because of complications from diabetes.
Diabetes, the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, is a chronic disease characterized by persistent hyperglycemia (high blood glucose levels).
In a healthy person, blood sugar levels, which fluctuate, based on food intake, exercise, and other factors, are kept within an acceptable range by insulin. Insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, helps the body absorb excess sugar from the bloodstream. In a person with diabetes, blood sugar levels are not adequately controlled by insulin.
In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces some insulin, sometimes even large amounts; however, either the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the body’s cells are resistant to the action of insulin. In many cases, Type 2 can be prevented by proper diet and exercise.
The burden of diabetes is much greater for minority populations than the white population. For example:

  • 10.8 percent of non-Hispanic blacks,
  • 10.6 percent of Mexican Americans,
  •  9.0 percent of American Indians have diabetes,
  •  6.2 percent of whites.  

Certain minorities also have much higher rates of diabetes-related complications and death, in some instances by as much as 50 percent more than the total population. In the senior population the rate may even be as high as 20%.
What is it?
Glucosans is a specially formulated oral supplement designed to lower blood sugar. It contains scientifically proven ingredients that help the body reduce blood sugar. Glucosans is a patent pending formulation developed by Blue Sparrow to help people with borderline Type 2 diabetes regulate their blood sugar. It is based on Homeopathic and Ayurvdic solutions and has no side effects. In many Asian countries, the ingredients found in Glucosans are regularly consumed as ingredients in many types of dishes. 
Like any medication, Glucosans needs to be taken as directed by the label or a physician.
How does it work?

Glucosans is a patent-pending formulation of ingredients that have been used throughout the world to help regulate blood sugar. Many of the glucose reducing properties are well documented by the scientific community and published research is widely available.  The main ingredients of Glucosans are:

Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia)

Bitter melon, also known as balsam pear, is a tropical vegetable widely cultivated in Asia, Africa and South America, and has been used extensively in folk medicine as a remedy for diabetes. The blood sugar lowering action of the fresh juice or extract of the unripe fruit has been clearly established in both experimental and clinical studies.

Bitter melon is composed of several compounds with confirmed anti-diabetic properties. Charantin, extracted by alcohol, is a hypoglycemic agent composed of mixed steroids that is more potent than the drug tolbutamide which is often used in the treatment of diabetes. Momordica also contains an insulin-like polypeptide, polypeptide-P, which lowers blood sugar levels when injected subcutaneously into type 1 diabetic patients. The oral administration of 50-60 ml of the juice has shown good results in clinical trials.

Excessively high doses of bitter melon juice can cause abdominal pain and diarrhea. Small children or anyone with hypoglycemia should not take bitter melon, since this herb could theoretically trigger or worsen low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia. Furthermore, diabetics taking hypoglycemic drugs (such as chlorpropamide, glyburide, or phenformin) or insulin should use bitter melon with caution, as it may potentiate the effectiveness of the drugs, leading to severe hypoglycemia.
Gymnema Sylvestre (Gurmar, Meshasringi, Cherukurinja)

Gymnema assists the pancreas in the production of insulin in Type 2 diabetes. Gymnema also improves the ability of insulin to lower blood sugar in both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. It decreases cravings for sweet. This herb can be an excellent substitute for oral blood sugar-lowering drugs in Type 2 diabetes. Some people take 500 mg per day of gymnema extract.

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum)

Experimental and clinical studies have demonstrated the anti-diabetic properties of fenugreek seeds. The active ingredient responsible for the anti-diabetic properties of fenugreek is in the de-fatted portion of the seed that contains the alkaloid trogonelline, nicotinic acid and coumarin.
Compare to Prescription Medication

Only your doctor can determine your need for prescription medication. However, taking prescription medication for reducing blood glucose has side effects:

The US Dept of Health and Human Services determined based on studies, completed by the Agency’s Johns Hopkins University Evidence-based Practice Center in Baltimore, concluded:

  • Metformin and acarbose do not increase weight among diabetes patients. Other diabetes drugs (glimepiride, glipizide, glyburide, pioglitazone, repaglinide, and rosiglitazone) have been shown to increase weight by an average of 2 pounds to 11 pounds.
  • Blood levels of low-density lipoprotein, which is known as “bad cholesterol” because it may amplify risks of heart attack and stroke, consistently decrease (by about 10 milligrams per deciliter) in patients taking metformin and increase (by similar amounts) in patients taking rosiglitazone and pioglitazone.
  • Pioglitazone and rosiglitazone cause a small but significant increase in high-density lipoprotein, often called “good cholesterol” because it promotes the breakdown and removal of cholesterol from the body.
  • Glimepiride, glipizide, glyburide, and repaglinide are associated with hypoglycemia (when blood glucose levels go too low) more than other diabetes drugs.
  • Metformin and acarbose are generally more likely than other diabetes medications to cause gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea. Patients who used metformin alone were more likely to experience problems than those using the drug at a lower dose in combination with glimepiride, glipizide, glyburide, pioglitazone, or rosiglitazone.
  • Patients who take pioglitazone and rosiglitazone have a greater risk of congestive heart failure compared with those who take metformin, glimepiride, glipizide, or glyburide. While one recent analysis raised the possibility that rosiglitazone may also increase heart attack risks, authors of the AHRQ analysis concluded that current evidence is not sufficient to make a meaningful assessment.

Glucosans is completely natural and its ingredients have no documented side effects.  
Serious Medicine
Unlike typical supplements, Glucosans provides results within two weeks. It really works so, if you are taking prescription medication to control your blood glucose it’s important to let your primary care provided know that you are taking Glucosans.
Blue Sparrow Medical Guarantees that you will see reduced blood sugar within 1 week. Take the 10 -day challenge

  1. Take 2 tablets with an 8 oz glass of water 2 hours prior to testing with your glucose meter.
  2. Write down your test results

NOTE: Glucosans is a designed as a supplement, not a replacement for any medication you may be currently taking. Because Glucosans reduces your blood sugar you still need to maintain control of your blood sugar.