Support for people with diabetes, pre-diabetes & those at risk for diabetes.

Glucose can be toxic…

…and Lysulin can counteract this toxicity.

Glucose Toxicity: 3 Things to know

1) Glucose is essential to provide us with the energy we need to survive.

2) However, glucose is a reactive molecule that reacts with all of the proteins in our body to form glycated proteins.

3) When a protein is glycated, it alters its function. This can lead to complications such as:

  • Retinopathy

  • Nephropathy

  • Leads to blindness, amputations, kidney failure and other disease complications.

When the proteins in your body interact with glucose, they become glycated, which changes their structure and the way they function.

With Lysulin in the blood stream, the glucose reacts with the Lysulin, so less glucose is available to react with your proteins, leading to less glycated protein and fewer disease complications.

Patients with lysine had much lower glucose in their blood compared to those with no lysine.

Effect of Lysine on Results of Oral Glucose Tolerance Test

Effect of Lysine on Results of Oral Glucose Tolerance Test

Lysulin contains Zinc for an Added Benefit

  • 1 Year Study in 200 patients with pre-diabetes

  • Prediabetes patients who received daily zinc had reductions in fasting plasma glucose and in the two-hour oral glucose tolerance test

  • Significant reduction in insulin resistance at 6 and 12 months, compared with those on placebo

  • Fewer patients on the daily zinc went on to have diabetes

  • During the 12-month follow-up period a significantly higher percentage of participants in the Placebo group (25.0%) developed type-2 diabetes in comparison to the Zinc group (11.0%)(p=0.016).

  • The FPG, OGTT, total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol were significantly reduced in the Zinc group.

Start Taking Lysulin Today!

  • Check with your doctor

  • Not recommended if you are pregnant, or have liver or kidney damage.

  • In 3-6 months of taking 2 Lysulin tablets per day, you should see

    • Your average glucose levels drop

    • Your HbA1c drops