Cassanovum Sugar Control has been designed for women and men with any form of Insulin Resistance to help control blood sugar and free testosterone levels naturally. Metabolic Syndrome risks may therefore be reduced.
Insulin Resistance is also significant in women with the fertility condition PCOS.
Supplementation increases insulin sensitivity so may induce ovulation in women with anovulation due to PCOS.
Understanding PCOS, Sugar Levels and how YOU
can influence the chances of becoming pregnant!
What is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?
It is a common disorder affecting women, where imbalance of hormones leads to
disrupted follicle development, leaving large numbers of small immature follicles,
that cannot mature, causing cessation of ovulation and lowering ability to conceive.
The majority of women who suffer from PCOS have insulin resistance, where insulin is less
effective at lowering blood glucose leaving it at high levels for longer. This causes
more insulin to be produced and when it reaches a certain level, as a
consequence, it can trigger an increase of testosterone
‘male hormone’. Body fat also causes
more insulin production.
If you are not Trying to Conceive yet still looking for
supplementation that could naturally lower your blood glucose
then the combination of herbs and vitamins in this
supplement may be beneficial to you.
Cassanovum Sugar Control is a carefully balanced comprehensive formulation with effective doses of multivitamins, minerals and herbs to help with any form of Insulin Resistance to aid the control of blood sugar and free testosterone levels naturally. As a result of supplementation Metabolic Syndrome risks may be reduced, insulin sensitivity may increase and may induce ovulation in women with anovulation due to PCOS. The composition of the supplement may be beneficial to both men and
women who are looking for natural ways to reducing the levels of blood glucose.
Essential vitamins and herbs known to lower blood glucose
- unique combination for men and women.
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