Cinnergen Supports Blood Sugar LevelsCinnergen Supports Blood Sugar Levels
August 27, 2007
MORRISVILLE, Pa.—An unpublished study from Bucks County Clinical Research Inc. found Cinnergen™ (from www. eFoodSafety.com) could help lower blood sugar in patients with type II diabetes. In the controlled Phase I study, 50 patients received either 1 oz. of Cinnergen or placebo each morning for 90 days. At study’s end, 52 percent of patients taking Cinnergen had a decrease in total blood sugar, with an average drop of 17 percent; the remainder of patients taking Cinnergen were able to significantly decrease their diabetes medications. In addition, quality of life issues including energy level, sleep habits, mental alertness, mood and libido showed increases of greater than 75 percent in patients taking Cinnergen.
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