Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the dosage?
A: Take 3 servings a day. You can either take all six chewable tablets together or consume them throughout the day. For example, take two (2) tablets, three (3) times daily with water or food.
Q: Are the Lysulin chewable tablets easy to take?
A: Yes. Lysulin tablets have a pleasant flavor and are designed to be either chewed or swallowed.
Q: Should I change my medication treatment plan while taking Lysulin?
A: Always consult your doctor before changing any medications.
Q: I seem to occasionally have an upset stomach when I take the tablets. Any suggestions?
A: Try not taking Lysulin on an empty stomach. Also, drink plenty of water and liquids. We have suggested this to a small number of people (2) with sensitive stomachs and the issue was completely resolved.
Q: Can I get reimbursed for Lysulin?
A: You may qualify for reimbursement if you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and your doctor or other licensed health care provider certifies that Lysulin is medically necessary. Consult your FSA Administrator or Human Resources department to confirm the necessary steps.
Q: Do I need a prescription?
A: No. As with any vitamin or supplement, you don’t need a prescription, but you should always consult your healthcare professional before use.
Q: How do I reset my password?
A: From the any page on the Lysulin website, click on the “MY ACCOUNT” tab at the top of the page. In that drop-down menu click “REGISTER / FORGOT PASSWORD”. Once on the login page, click the link that says “LOST YOUR PASSWORD?”. Enter in your email address. Check your email and spam or junk folder for an email from Lysulin. Follow the link to reset your password.
Q: Who should I contact to become a wholesale or retail distribution or to become an affiliate?
A: Please email email@example.com for more information.
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Lysulin’s proprietary formula includes three essential nutrients: Lysine, Vitamin C and Zinc. When a person is taking Lysulin, the glucose in their body reacts with Lysulin instead of their proteins. This reaction forms glycated Lysulin which is then extracted safely in the urine. Since Lysulin is being glycated instead of your protein, there is a lowering of HbA1c and AGE’s thus lowering chances of the disease complications*.