Diabetes
Celergen and Diabetes
OTHERS
December 2, 2018

What Causes Diabetes?

Diabetes is a condition caused when the body is unable to produce or regulate its insulin levels adequately. Insulin is a vital hormone that is necessary to convert glucose from our diet into energy for our body to function.

Diabetes is one of the most wide-spread ailments that affect millions on a day to day basis. People with diabetes are at risk of getting many serious conditions such as:

  1. Heart disease
  2. Stroke
  3. Nerve damage
  4. Kidney disease

It is for this reason why doctors always advise individuals to keep their blood glucose levels in check.

Diabetes Close Up

Why is Celergen Beneficial to Diabetic or Pre-diabetic Patients?

Celergen is a treasure trove of bioactive ingredients that help trigger cell rejuvenation in the body. Derived from deep-sea Marine DNA, Celergen also contains the potent ingredient known as Hydro MN Peptide.

What is Hydro MN Peptide?

In a nutshell, it is a marine cartilage extract composed primarily of hydrolyzed protein (collagen). Hydro MN Peptide has been proven to help reduce the accumulation of fat in the body while at the same time significantly reducing the GI (Glycemic Index) which goes a long way in curbing the potential onset of 2 diabetes, especially in diets that contain high starch content.

Diabetes

How Exactly Does This Work?

Glucose entering the bloodstream is used for energy production. Excess glucose is converted into fats and stored. Over time, this excess accumulation of glucose (stored fats) results in obesity. The chronic presence of excess glucose in the bloodstream increases insulin resistance which can lead to Type 2 diabetes. Studies have shown that Celergen reduces the glucose level in the blood without posing any risks of side effects. Many of Celergen’s users comment on how regularly taking Celergen makes them feel satiated after meals and gets rid of their tendency to ‘snack’ between meals.

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