The main focus of Glucosulin is to promote weight loss by naturally controlling blood glucose and suppressing appetite.
Because Glucosulin focuses on glucose levels, some people mistakenly believe that the product is supposed to treat Type 2 Diabetes. This is not what Glucosulin is designed to do and so it’s not capable of doing that. Plain and simple, Glucosulin is supposed to be for people who want to lose weight.
Appetite Suppression & Glucosulin
Glucosulin’s main claim to fame is appetite suppression, which is one of the most effective ways to lose weight. If your appetite is suppressed, you eat fewer calories on a daily basis. Other weight loss pills have ingredients that burn fat and boost metabolism; but at the end of the day, the manufacturer of Glucosulin thinks that cutting calorie intake is the way to go.
The ingredient in this weight loss pill that suppresses appetite is called Glucomannan. Unfortunately, Glucosulin does not contain the clinically proven dose of this ingredient. Without a clinically proven dose of Glucomannan, this weight loss pill may not be able to effectively suppress appetite.
Since one of the biggest ways Glucosulin helps you lose weight is by suppressing appetite, we are starting to doubt that the product as a whole is very effective.
Blood Glucose & Glucosulin
The one thing that Glucosulin is unarguably capable of is controlling blood glucose levels. It has a few different ingredients that work toward this end. The problem of dosage that we had with Glucomannan is not a problem here. It actually doesn’t take that much of the right ingredients to control blood glucose levels.
The only problem is that glucose levels do not have as big of an effect on weight loss as the manufacturer of Glucosulin would have you believe. Controlling blood sugar does not actually help you to increase metabolism or suppress appetite. Lower blood sugar levels will cut down on your cravings a little, but if you continue to eat unhealthy foods the cravings will return in full force.
The End Story
Glucosulin probably won’t cause any major problems for users. In fact, Glucosulin is pretty safe for most people. But safe and effective don’t always walk hand in hand. If Glucosulin were to use the clinically proven 1000mg of Glucomannan, it would still be just as safe. But we suspect that the cost of more Glucomannan is what makes companies like Glucosulin avoid actually taking that extra step.