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COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT LYSULIN
- Q: In addition to using Lysulin, is there anything else I can do to lower my blood glucose and A1c?
A: Excellent question! Food is the best medicine. You should lower your calorie intake and especially lower the carbohydrates in your diet. Carbohydrates get broken down into blood glucose. If you lower your carbs, do intermittent fasting and moderate daily exercise, you can dramatically improve your blood glucose and A1C readings. Combined with Lysulin, you will hopefully see excellent results in a month.
- Q: Should I expect to see an immediate drop in my daily glucose readings after starting Lysulin?
A: Do not expect an immediate drop in blood sugar. Some Lysulin users have seen their average daily glucose and A1c test results drop in as little as 2 weeks, but you should use Lysulin at least 3 months at 3 servings a day to see the benefit. Use our home test for A1c to test before starting Lysulin and to retest at 1st, 2nd and 3rd months.
- Q: Bad Reviews…Why are some people suggesting that Lysulin is not effective?
A: The standard for assessing the effectiveness of Lysulin is HbA1c (click here for National Institute of Health information about HbA1c). Any other measurement (such as random testing of blood glucose) is completely irrelevant. For this reason, we highly encourage ongoing testing of HbA1c while taking Lysulin (thru your physician or at home using the HbA1c home test kit). The A1c levels you will record on day 1, day 30, day 60 and day 90 will provide you with certainty regarding the effectiveness for you as an individual.
- Q: How do I use the A1C Now Kit properly?
A: All the instructions for how to properly use the test kit have been provided in a video here: https://lysulin.com/a1c-test/. You can also download the instructions PDF by clicking here. It is very important to put the blood sample into the open end of the diluent tube, NOT the end with the white cap covering it.
- Q: Has Lysulin been studied in clinical trials?
A:Yes, the results of a clinical study have been published. Overall, for study participants taking three servings of Lysulin a day, the average drop in A1c at 12 weeks was 0.92% and for those who responded (11 of 17) the average drop was 1.64%. A drop of at least 0.2% was seen on some participants in as little as 1 month.
A very recent study, now in press, on 110 people with prediabetes showed that During the 6-month follow-up period a significantly higher percentage of participants in Placebo group (25.4% ,n=14) developed type 2 diabetes in comparison to LysulinTM group (7.3%, n=4). FPG, 2-hour OGTT and HbA1c significantly reduced in the LysulinTM group only. Observed HbA1c reduction during 6-month follow-up period in LysulinTM group is 0.5%. Both total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol decreased significantly from baseline only in the LysulinTM group. For more information visit Jburd.com
- Q: What is the dosage?
A: We recommend taking 3 servings a day.
Lysulin Chewables: You can either take all six chewables together or consume them throughout the day. For example, take two (2) Lysulin Chewables, three (3) times daily with water.
Lysulin Tablets: You can either take all 3 tablets together or consume them throughout the day. For example, take one (1) Lysulin Tablet, three (3) times daily with water.
Lysulin Liquid: You can either drink 3 teaspoons together or consume them throughout the day. For example, take one (1) teaspoon Lysulin Liquid, three (3) times daily. Refrigerate after opening.
- Q: Are the Lysulin Chewables easy to take?
A: Yes. Lysulin tablets have a pleasant flavor and are designed to be either chewed or swallowed.
- Q: My bottle of tablets has a date of 04/19. Are they expired?
A: No. That is the date of Manufacture. The tablets are good until at least 04/21.
- Q: Should I change my medication treatment plan while taking Lysulin?
A: Always consult your doctor before changing any medications.
- Q: Will I see my daily glucose levels change?
A: You may or may not. We recommend testing your A1C levels once a month as the indicator of overall control.
- Q: How much are the test strips for the A1C test?
A: You cannot buy the test strips individually. They are all calibrated to the meter, so after you run 4 tests you throw the meter away.
- Q: I seem to occasionally have an upset stomach when I take the tablets. Any suggestions?
A: Do not take 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: Can I order by phone?
A: Yes. Call (619) 492-3167 from 8 am until 10 pm PST (California).
- Q: How do I reset my password?
A: Click “My Account” link at the top of the page. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.