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Take Care With This Supplement
on May 2, 2013
I recently spent $100.00 on a "weight-loss supplement" similar to Glucosulin, which is listed here for sale. The product I bought had been endorsed by a popular television doctor, so I didn't feel a need to do any due diligence by researching the product or its ingredients prior to purchasing it.
After it came, and because no information was included with the product I bought, I went to Google and starting looking for information about it. What I learned was that, among other side effects with serious health consequences, the product I purchased can cause liver failure. While I did not buy Glucosulin, the product you're looking at, what I bought is similar, in many respects, to Glucosulin. I'm posting a comment here so that, whatever you decide about Glucosulin, you will take the time to look into this product and its potential effects on the body before purchasing it.
This product, Glucosulin, is full of ingredients that do lower blood sugar, but which also may interact negatively with drugs your doctor has already prescribed for you to control your blood sugar levels. If you have either Type 1 or 2 diabetes, check with your doctor in addition to doing your own research before buying any supplement that promises weight loss results.
Glucosulin has ingredients that expand when exposed to water, giving a feeling of fullness, but there are absolutely no studies showing that these ingredients contribute in any way to weight loss. Scambook, Ripoff Report, Doesitreallywork.org, Dietpillreviewsite.com, and Healthhound.com all have reports on this supplement. Weightloss Wiki, which provides just the facts about it, lists the ingredients and the pros and cons of taking it. Please. Just be careful and arm yourself with as many facts as possible before spending your hard-earned money on something that could end up doing more harm than good for/to you.