Stuart, FL, August 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Diabetic patients testing a nutritional alternative to pharmaceutical drugs not only dramatically lowered their blood sugar levels but also lost a lot of weight—without even trying.
The subjects, who were part of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study, surprisingly lost—on average—more than nine pounds over a ninety-day period.
“It was in no way anticipated or expected as participants were instructed to maintain their previous eating and drinking habits,” said the researchers who conducted the 100-person trial. “Participants expressed no changes in hunger or appetite, no changes in cravings or consumption of sweets or treats.”
Those individuals given a placebo instead of the all-natural herbal supplement did not experience any significant weight change.
Beyond weight loss, the supplement called GlucosRx™ produced “quite dramatic” results says researchers, safely reducing blood pressure and triglycerides as well as blood sugar levels. In fact, one reviewer has noted that the results show GlucosRx to be much more effective than the eight top-selling diabetes drugs.
Says Glenn W. Geng, president of SolaRx Health Solutions, the company marketing GlucosRx, “This is wonderful news for the 24 million Americans battling diabetes and the 57 million more whose abnormal blood sugar levels qualify as pre-diabetes. The results are simply astounding. So many people are not only concerned about their blood glucose levels but also about the potential side effects of the commonly-prescribed drugs. Many Americans are looking for natural alternatives and now they have one which actually outperformed the leading pharmaceuticals.”
The subjects in the clinical trial all suffered chronic uncontrolled blood glucose. It was a mixed group of men and women, aged between 23 and 50, and ethnically diverse. Half were given the GlucosRx product and half were given dummy capsules. None of the participants were on any medication.
Results of the A1C test, which evaluates the average amount of glucose in the blood over the last two to three months, showed that the GlucosRx users’ A1C levels dropped from an average of 7.70% to 4.66%. The control group A1C levels increased .26%. In contrast, leading pharmaceutical drugs for diabetes exhibit less than a 1% decrease and none of the drugs reduce A1C below 7%.
Results of the Fasting Blood Glucose test revealed that the FBG of patients on GlucosRx dropped an average of 107.2 mg/dl. In the control group it increased 8.3 mg/dl. In comparison, the most that FBG drops in the top-selling diabetes drugs is 36.6 mg/dl. One researcher who reviewed the results commented: “This type of effect has not previously been reported in medical journals. GlucosRx produced a three-fold greater increase when compared to the leading-selling pharmaceutical drugs.”
The researchers who conducted the clinical trial commented: “GlucosR was shown to be a safe and highly effective means of helping to control blood glucose levels naturally in the body in contrast to pharmaceuticals.”
For the complete clinical trial visit www.glucosrx.com
Glenn W. Geng