ChromoPrecise organic chromium gets EU backing for blood sugar

EU food authorities have given hope to millions of UK adults with high blood sugar by approving a unique ChromoPrecise supplement, costing pennies a day.

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) have rubber stamped the ChromoPrecise organic chromium yeast found in Pharma Nord's Bio-Chromium after the Danish nutrition experts provided exhaustive paperwork.

The experts agreed that ChromoPrecise is the only chromium yeast to maintain healthy blood glucose levels with up to ten times better absorption than any other chromium on the market.

High blood sugar is caused by an unhealthy lifestyle and can lead to disease, but many don't know they're at risk.

ChromoPrecise contains chromium embedded in a yeast structure, providing it with unique properties. Chromium combines with several amino acids and forms a natural molecule called chromodulin that helps channel sugar into body cells. Chromodulin supports insulin by “unlocking” cells from the inside, allowing sugar (glucose) to enter the cell with ease. This stops blood sugar from damaging the body and prevents insulin resistance, which is a marker for disease.

With chromodulin doing its work, blood sugar levels can stabilise. This supports weight loss, as unstable blood sugar causes us to develop cravings for sweets and junk food.

A two month supply of 60 Bio-Chromium tablets (100mcg) costs £13.95, which is just 23p a day.

July 2014