The term “gut microbiome” refers specifically to the microorganisms living in your intestines.
A person has about 300 to 500 different species of bacteria in their digestive tract.
While some microorganisms are harmful to our health, many are incredibly beneficial and even necessary to a healthy body.
According to Dr. E. M. Quigley in his study on gut bacteria in the Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, having a wide variety of these good bacteria in your gut can enhance your immune system function, improve symptoms of depression, help combat obesity, as well as regulate blood sugar. 1
Your gut controls almost all aspects of your health, including your blood sugar.
New emerging research shows that Type II is linked to an imbalance in the gut microbiome. Over time, people with Type II have lost beneficial bacterial strains that help digest dietary fiber and produce butyrate (a key molecule needed for balancing insulin and glucose levels). 2 3
Research also shows there are 3 components to battling Type II: diet, exercise and the microbiome. This helps explain why diet and exercise are often not enough to keep blood glucose under control. 4
The important connection between the gut microbiome and Type II has been widely recognized by the American Diabetes Association, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, and others. 5 6 7
3 Exciting Discoveries Further Prove So...
In 2012, researchers from the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam took bacteria from the intestines of slim people and infused it into the gut of people with Type II. Six weeks later, their sensitivity to insulin increased significantly. 8
Other studies also support the blood sugar-good gut bacteria connection. Those who are overweight or struggle with weight loss resistance—a symptom of underlying metabolic problems—tend to have lower microbiome diversity with lower numbers of beneficial microbes and higher numbers of harmful bacteria and fungi.9
In another fascinating study, scientists were able to transplant the microbiome of diabetic mice into healthy mice to make them diabetic as well, without changing their diets. It seems like our microbiomes are in charge of a lot more about our health than we once realized.₁₀
Glucose Support is a targeted probiotic that contains 7 carefully chosen strains of probiotics (beneficial bacteria), which helps the body manage healthy blood glucose. As a targeted probiotic, Glucose Support is:
Clinically Proven. The 7 strains of probiotics have been clinically tested to help people with Type II maintain healthy blood sugars.
Targeted. Glucose Support is designed for people with Type II to increase the gut microbiome's butyrate-producing functions.
Unique Delivery. Using a patented delivery method called BIO-tract®, Glucose Support delivers the probiotics live deep into your gut, where they are time-released over an 8-10 hour period—giving them 15x more survivability than standard veggie capsules.
Strain #1: L. acidophilus is found naturally in fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and miso. In one study published in Lipids in Health and Disease, volunteers taking L. acidophilus showed a significant balancing of glucose levels after just 30 days of daily supplementation. 11
Strain #2: L. reuteri is found naturally in the digestive tract. In one study, participants taking L. reuteri saw a 49% increase in insulin secretion after just four weeks of daily supplementation 12
Strain #3: B. lactis is found naturally in our gut. In one study, patients with Type II taking B. Lactis saw a significant decrease in fasting blood glucose and A1c after just 6 weeks of daily supplementation.13
Strain #4: L. casei is found naturally in the gut. In one study, volunteers taking L. casei saw a significant decrease in fasting blood sugar, insulin concentration, and insulin resistance after just 8 weeks. 14
Strain #5: L. plantarum is found naturally in kimchi. In a new study conducted by The University of Tokyo, participants taking L. plantarum showed a significant reduction in HbA1c levels in just 12 weeks. 15
Strain #6: B. infantis is found naturally in Greek yogurt. In one study, 64 women with gestational diabetes taking a probiotic containing B. infantis saw a significant decrease in fasting glucose and an increase in insulin levels after just 6 weeks of daily supplementation. 16
Strain #7: L. fermentum is found in some cheese. In one study, 48 women with gestational diabetes demonstrated that taking a probiotic containing L. fermentum had beneficial effects on the expression of genes related to insulin and significantly improved insulin sensitivity and fasting glucose after just 6 weeks of daily supplementation. 17
Increase insulin sensitivity
Metabolize fiber into butyrate
Improve glucose tolerance in your cells
Improve absorption of nutrients in the body
Only Once per Day. That’s it. Because with time-release delivery, you get all the benefits delivered deep inside your gut hour by hour.
Each serving delivers 5 Billion Colony Forming Units per BIO-tract tablet, which is equivalent to 75 Billion CFU (colony forming units) of standard probiotic capsules!
L. acidophilus improves glucose metabolism by a significant degree, with a potentially greater effect when the duration of intervention is greater than 8 week 18
B. lactis moderates glucose metabolism, lipid metabolism and insulin sensitivity in cells 19
L. reuteri increases insulin sensitivity by changing cytokine release and insulin secretion via modulation of the release of glucagon-like peptides 20
L. casei improves glucose tolerance and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) 21
L. plantarum lowers blood sugar and improves insulin sensitivity through down regulation of glucose-6-phosphatase gene expressions in the liver 22
B. infantis improves insulin resistance and glucose tolerance by reducing inflammation 23
L. fermentum exerts antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory effects by significantly improving glucose tolerance and oxidative stress. 24
Glucose Support also contains:
Banaba Leaf extract (not to be confused with banana) is a tropical flowering tree native to Southeast Asia. This leaf extract has long been used in India as a natural way to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. In a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, subjects were better able to maintain healthy glucose levels after just 2 weeks. 25
Vitamin D3 demonstrates the ability to support blood sugar levels already within a normal range.
Other useful features:
Long Shelf Life & No Refrigeration Necessary. With the patented LiveBac manufacturing process, we offer an extended shelf life with zero refrigeration. Many probiotics don't provide a date of any kind because their organisms die so quickly after being manufactured.
Premium Probiotic Supplement. This formula is vegetarian, non-GMO, and free of dairy, gluten, and yeast. There is also no soy, sugar, nuts, artificial flavors, artificial colors, or preservatives.
Made in the USA. Our probiotics are manufactured in New York in facilities that adhere to the strictest quality control guidelines and perform rigorous testing on every lot to ensure they are survivable as the label states.
In the last 6 months, I have lost 35 lbs, have managed to get my blood sugars under control.
Last year I had a rude awakening when at my routine physical I was told I was pre-diabetic. I couldn’t believe it. I mean, sure, I was a few pounds overweight and my diet was not exceptional but I considered myself well above average. The thought of being on medication for the rest of my life was just not one I could get comfortable with - and this was pretty much the route my doctor was expecting. My wife started reading the Blood Sugar Control book by Dr. Hyman. We did a complete overhaul on our lifestyle - starting walking every evening and even choosing to take the stairs on some occasions. We changed our diets completely and started to focus on our gut health by taking probiotics and prebiotics. In the last 6 months, I have lost 35 lbs, have managed to get my blood sugars under control and honestly feel like I did in my early 30’s. All of that to preface how thrilled I am about this probiotic that is designed with the specific probiotic strains that support blood sugar levels.
UPDATE: This continues to work, I have been able to lower my insulin dosage, my A1C is down and my AM fasting blood sugar remains around 80 or just below.
I used this product for a month and it definitely makes a difference.
I have pre-diabetes and my symptoms were getting sleepy, light headed, and confused after eating, and also heart pounding after eating. I tried all kinds of food elimination tests and nothing really stopped these symptoms. THIS product does.
I’ve been tipping on the verge of type 2 diabetes for about a year.
Was beginning to have feet swelling and very dry skin among other things. I’ve made a second purchase of this and will continue to buy it because it really made a noticeable difference. I haven’t had any tests run but I can tell that my body is absorbing nutrients better. The issues I was having have cleared up and I all around feel better. It’s certainly not a miracle pill that will reverse diabetes but it has taken me back away from the edge. It does what it claims to do.
“I highly recommend Glucose Support Probiotics, especially to my friends who want to rely less on medications. It’s an amazing all-natural solution for people with an elevated risk of Type II and those with Type II.”
Dr. Helen Okoye, MD, MBA, MS-Epi
“Microbiome solutions for Type 2 is an exciting new field of medicine, and Glucose Support probiotics is an excellent pioneering product in this field to help patients manage Type II effectively.”
Dr. Chai Lee, MD
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L. Reutri increases insulin sensitivity by changing cytokine release and insulin secretion via modulation of the release of glucagon-like peptides 26
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13 Leila Khalili., Beitullah Alipour., Mohammad Asghari Jafar-Abadi. (2019) The Effects of Lactobacillus casei on Glycemic Response, Serum Sirtuin1 and Fetuin-A Levels in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Randomized Controlled Trial
14 Takayuki Toshimitsu., Ayako Gotou., Toshihiro Sashihara. (2020). Effects of 12-Week Ingestion of Yogurt Containing Lactobacillus plantarum OLL2712 on Glucose Metabolism and Chronic Inflammation in Prediabetic Adults: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial
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16 Tzu-Rong Peng., Ta-Wei Wu., You-Chen Chao. (2018) Effect of Probiotics on the Glucose Levels of Pregnant Women: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
17 Leila Khalili.,1 Beitullah Alipour., Mohammad Asghari Jafar-Abadi., (2019). The Effects of Lactobacillus casei on Glycemic Response, Serum Sirtuin1 and Fetuin-A Levels in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Randomized Controlled Trial
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21 Marie-Christine Simon., Klaus Strassburger., Bettina Nowotny. (2015) Intake of Lactobacillus reuteri Improves Incretin and Insulin Secretion in Glucose Tolerant Humans: A Proof of Concept
22 Lilis Nuraida., Puspo E. Giriwono., Betty S. L. Jeni. (2020) Lactobacillus rhamnosus Reduces Blood Glucose Level through Downregulation of Gluconeogenesis Gene Expression in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats
23 Thi Kim Chung Le., Toshio Hosaka., Thi Thanh Tam Le., (2014) Oral administration of Bifidobacterium spp. improves insulin resistance, induces adiponectin, and prevents inflammatory adipokine expressions
24 Bharti Mahajan., Sunil Kumar Snehi., Vinod Singh. (2018). Effect of Probiotic Lactobacillus fermentum MCC3216 On Progression Of Type 2 Diabetes Activity In High Fructose Fed Diabetic Rats
25 Judy, W. V., Hari, S. P., Stogsdill, W., Judy, J. S., Naguib, Y. M., & Passwater, R. (2003). Antidiabetic activity of a standardized extract (Glucosol™) from Lagerstroemia speciosa leaves in Type II diabetics. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 87(1), 115-117.