What Are Dbx 13 Ingredients

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T Jenkins Says:

This is the list of ingredients that I found listed as the product Dbx-13, The websites dont give the TradeName® as that would let people skip buying into HSI's newsletter which is probably their main source of income. That info IS Free if you sign-up and they say they will give a discount over the somewhat "High" price quoted by the supplier which is about $60. for a 30 day supply. That doesnt sound like a very high price to pay if you can reduce your Daily Insulin inj. amount, as my cost for that is about $250 per month. The customer reviews seem great but as with anything, it is a personal experience and everyones outcome can vary. I havent tried this product as I am a Type 1 Juvenile Diabetic... seems this is mostly for Type II.

If I had Type II then I would definitely give it a try and see if it works. If it does, then the cost of the Newsletter you sign-up for is more than worth the cost as it is less than 1 bottle of Insulin and if it Does work for you then what price was the savings to your Eyesight and Limbs be worth be to you? ... heres the ingredient list I found...

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 20 mg, Biotin USP 200 mcg, Chromium (aspartate) 200 mcg, Propietary TBS-5 Complex: 3200 mg *Garcinia cambogia extract (50% HCA)(fruit), Gymnema sylvestre extract (25% Gymnemic Acids) (leaf), Cinnamon extract 4:1 (cinnamomum zeylanicum) (bark), Bitter Melon Extract (10:1) (momordica charantia) (fruit), Betaine HCL (betaine speciosa) (leaf), Fenugreek (trigonella foenumgracum) (seed), Vanadium (amino acid chelate). Trade name is Syntra5

Here also is a link to a Studies about this product that showed the results.... IMPRESSIVE!


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John Says:

Many of these ingredients have human studies on them and show them to be variable in their effectiveness. Go to Google scholar, enter the ingredient name and you will see what studies have been done on it. Doing this research yourself builds your knowledge base better than taking what someone else says, about what someone else says.... Hearsay is not good evidence in health, science, court, or anything else.

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David Says:

Thanks for taking the time to share this information concerning the ingredients found in DBX-13. I for one have always felt that type II diabetics could simply make adjustments to their diet for managing blood sugar levels (as opposed to taking supplements and continuing to eat the same foods that caused type II to begin with)... but none-the-less I'm finding that some of these particular ingredients also offer a plethora of other health benefits outside of just blood sugar management (i.e. antioxidants), that in my opinion, may benefit you regardless of whether or not you have diabetes at all; or type 1.

Although I'm still curious to know if anyone with diabetes has feedback to share from trying this supplement?

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Bobbie Says:
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I have not tried this supplement, but I am finding a discrepancy as to the ingredients in some of the dbx-13. So, maybe there has been some additions to the formula. I have found that some MD's are recommending higher doses of biotin, chromium, and vit c for diabetes II. Sounds like the dbx-13 you are discussing has neen studied well.

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