Have you ever tried a vitamin called Berberine? Research has shown berberine may help with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and skin issues. It's also been shown to help people with type 2 diabetes because it assists with regulating blood sugar.
High blood sugar also causes excess insulin production. Insulin is the hormone responsible for getting sugar out of the blood and into our cells, where it can be burned as energy or stored as fat. Excess insulin causes multiple problems of its own, including higher cholesterol and triglycerides, increased blood pressure, and thicker blood with a greater tendency to clot.
In one study, obese human subjects were given 500 mg of berberine three times a day for 12 weeks. Without any attempt to diet or exercise, these people lost 5 pounds while reducing their triglycerides 23% and their cholesterol 12.2%. While 5 pounds isn’t a huge weight loss, berberine had obviously shifted their body chemistry in the right direction, promising more weight loss to come.
In another study, with men and women aged 32-68 and newly diagnosed with metabolic syndrome, weight loss was more substantial. These subjects took 300 mg of berberine three times a day for 12 weeks, again without any other intervention, and their average BMI dropped from 31.5 to 27.4 while other metabolic markers also improved.
*This product may not have the same effect on every person and may affect individual metabolisms differently.