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I am Mary S. from Philadelphia, PA. I am 64 years old and have Type 1 diabetes. I remember being in the hospital in the 70’s and they came to promote the first home blood glucose test machine. It was the size of an old telephone. I just finished my one month trial of Lysulin and am pleased to report that my starting HbA1c of 10.5% in October dropped to 9.5% in just one month. I plan to keep using Lysulin to see how low I can get my HbA1c. Thank you!
-Mary S. from Philadelphia, PA
I am Anita D from Naples, Florida. I have had Type 2 diabetes since May 2017 and I I have managed it with diet and exercise which in turn helped me lose substantial weight. My HbA1c was 7.4 in October of 2017. I tested my HbA1c with the home HbA1c test kit on 9-16-18 and it was 6.6%. I started taking Lysulin and on 11-12-18 the lab tested my HbA1c and it had dropped to 6.2%. My A1C is lower and really important, my glucose is steady/even … great job, thank you.
-Anita D from Naples, Florida
Lysulin may be the first supplement with real benefits for those with pre- and type 2 diabetes
-Steven Edelman MD, Professor Of Medicine University Of California San Diego; Veterans Affairs Medical Center Founder and Director Taking Control Of Your Diabetes 501 (c)3
When I started taking Lysulin on 4/30/18, my A1c was at 6.8%. On 5/30/18, after both low carb eating and three Lysulin daily, my A1c was down to 6%. That’s quite a drop for only 30 days! I’m very happy about it!
-Carla M. from San Diego, CA
One month ago my A1c was 6.3%, today it was 6.2%. The line on my CGM has been much steadier, many fewer peaks and valleys. Thanks so much.
-Cary T. from La Jolla, CA
John, I got the new kit. I tested my A1c today. It was 6.5 on 4/14. Today it was 5.4. I do like the chewable tablets. I still just swallow them but it is so much easier.
-Karen M. from Fort Wayne, IN
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Lysulin Resource Library
Lysulin was founded with one goal: to help improve the health of people living with diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome. Here are a few useful resources for information, support and glucose monitoring supplies.