Men's Health

GTF Chromium

GTF Chromium

Benefits :

  • Glucose tolerance factor
  • Normal blood glucose Levels
  • Macronutrient metabolism
  • 200μg of GTF Chromium
  • 60 tablets

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GTF Chromium

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Why take this?

Sona GTF Chromium provides 200μg of this essential nutrient, which is important for facilitating the action of insulin,contributing to normal macronutrient metabolism and the maintenance of normal blood glucose concentrations.

Chromium is a trace element involved in the production of glucose tolerance factor(GTF). This has an important role to play in activating the action of insulin in cellular glucose uptake is therefore an essential trace element that helps the body maintain normal blood sugar levels. Insulin is a hormone that your body uses to change sugar, starches and other carbohydrates into energy needed for daily life. For people who have issues maintaining normal blood glucose levels, chromium may be helpful in normalising these levels.

How to use

Adults: Take ONE tablet daily with the main meal, or as directed by your health professional. Do not exceed the recommend dosage. Store at ambient temperature below 25°C, out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. A supplement is not a replacement for a healthy diet.

Ingredients (per tablet)

  Amount %NRV
Chromium 200µg 500%

Bulking agent (Dicalcium phosphate, Cellulose), GTF Chromium yeast, Cross linked cellulose gum, Anti-caking agents (Silicon dioxide, Vegetable magnesium stearate), Cellulose coating.

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Free from

  • Artificial Colours and Flavourings Free

  • Dairy Free

  • Egg Free

  • Gluten Free

  • GMO Free

  • Preservative Free

  • Soy Free

  • Wheat Free

Suitable for

  • Coeliac Suitable

  • Diabetic Suitable

  • Vegetarian Suitable

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