Picolinate de chrome

Le chrome est un minéral essentiel à la stimulation de l’action de l’insuline, au métabolisme du glucose et au maintien d’une glycémie saine. Même s’il est naturellement présent dans les aliments en quantités infimes, la plupart des Nord-Américains n’en obtiennent pas suffisamment dans leur alimentation et risquent une carence éventuelle. De plus, des taux élevés de cortisol, attribuables au stress, peuvent épuiser les réserves de chrome de l’organisme. Une déficience en chrome peut entraîner une hausse des taux glycémiques et insuliniques.

Il est établi que les suppléments de chrome améliorent la glycémie chez les personnes ayant une intolérance au glucose, tout en diminuant l’envie de grignoter et normalisant l’appétit. Le chrome peut aussi aider à gérer une hypoglycémie réactionnelle, état dans lequel la glycémie chute sous la normale après un repas.

Un apport en chrome insuffisant a été associé à des taux élevés de « mauvais » cholestérol de basse densité et de triglycérides, et à des taux faibles de « bon » cholestérol de haute densité, facteurs qui accentuent les risques de maladies cardiovasculaires.

Le picolinate de chrome est la forme la plus facilement assimilée par le corps, de sorte qu’il est souvent utilisé dans les essais cliniques. Natural Factors Picolinate de chrome, aisément absorbé, est un moyen efficace d’obtenir l’apport quotidien requis de ce minéral essentiel.

  • Améliore la maîtrise de la glycémie
  • Aide l’organisme à métaboliser les glucides et les lipides
  • Aide à éviter les carences en chrome
  • Aide à réduire les envies de consommer des glucides
  • Peut abaisser les taux de cholestérol et de triglycérides
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Quercetin

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Cranberry

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Echinacea

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Licorice Root

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Milk Thistle

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Oregano

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Turmeric

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Pharma GABA

Gamma-aminobutyric acid, also simply known as GABA, has been clinically shown to be effective in helping soothe a racing mind.

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Wild Alaskan Salmon

Wild Salmon Oil delivers essential fatty acids just as nature intended.

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