Lysulin Helps Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar and A1C Levels
Blood sugar management affects millions of people in the U.S.
“Many people don’t realize the dangers of unhealthy blood sugar levels, which can lead to a variety of conditions that can affect the quality of their life,” said Dr. John Burd, CEO of Lysulin, Inc., a health and wellness company in San Diego. “If your blood sugar levels rise significantly, it can damage your kidneys, eyes, and limbs.”
Dr. Burd, a Ph.D. scientist and biochemist, said maintaining normal blood sugar levels is imperative to living a healthy life.
“To help people keep their blood glucose levels in check, we have developed Lysulin, a blood sugar nutritional supplement,” he added. “We have a patented formula with Lysine, Zinc, and Vitamin C as the key ingredients.”
“Research suggests that Lysine, Zinc, and Vitamin C can help maintain blood sugar levels,” he added.
Dr. Burd said consumers already can find Lysulin in select Walmart and CVS stores.
“We’ve also added OneLavi.com, a boutique health, wellness, and beauty site,” he said. “We are looking to add even more retailers in the coming months.”
Earlier this year, the Lysulin team met with buyers from large and small retail chains in the U.S.
Lysulin products include:
- Lysulin Capsules
- Lysulin Chewable tablets
- Lysulin Once-a-Day Powder
- Lysulin Liquid
- Lysulin Shake in Chocolate and Vanilla flavors
“Unhealthy blood sugar levels are a major health problem in the U.S.,” Dr. Burd said. “You may have high blood glucose levels without knowing it. On your next visit to your family physician, please have them check your blood sugar levels.
“There are two tests the doctor can do for you.,” he added. “You can have your overnight fasting blood sugar test and your A1C test, which gives you a three-month average.”
To purchase Lysulin products, visit lysulin.com.
Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This press release is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please check with your doctor