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Glicofort 60 Tablets - Dietmed

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Glicofort 60 Tablets from Dietmed 

GLICOFORT | 60 TABLETS

 

 


In the Regulation of Glycemia. 
Active modulator of insulin function. 
For a healthy cardiovascular system. 
In Diabetes. 

 

 

INGREDIENTS

Magnesium oxide, Vaccinium myrtillus (Blueberry; concentrated fruit extract containing at least 25% proanthocyanidins), Opuntia ficus Indica (Neopuntia®; Nopal dry extract), Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Cinnamon; 20: 1 dry extract), bulking agent : microcrystalline cellulose, quercetin, anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate, zinc oxide, anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, cholecalciferol, chromium chloride.

 

COMPOSITION

(2 tablets) 
Blueberry (25% proanthocyanidins) 320 mg, Neopuntia® 200 mg, Cinnamon 150 mg (eq to 3 g), Quercetin 70 mg, Magnesium 375 mg (100% VRN *), Zinc 10 mg (100% VRN *), Chromium 40 µg (100% VRN *), Vitamin D 5 µg (100% VRN *). 

* Nutrient Reference Value.

 

HOW TO USE

1 tablet 2 times a day, preferably before meals.

 

USE IN CASE OF PREGNANCY AND LACTATION

Only after advice from a health technician.

 

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Long-term use of chromium can lead to skin irritation, headache, dizziness, nausea, mood swings and difficulties with thinking, judgment and coordination. High doses are associated with more severe effects such as blood disorders, kidney or liver damage. Diabetic individuals should monitor glucose values. Chromium and magnesium should not be taken in excess by individuals who have kidney or liver problems. Excess magnesium can affect your regular heartbeat, lower your blood pressure and cause mental confusion. Excessive doses of zinc can cause fever, cough, gastric pain and fatigue. Zinc should not be used in individuals with HIV. Vitamin D should not be used in sarcoidosis and histoplasmosis. Patients who are going to undergo surgery should stop taking blueberry and cinnamon at least 2 weeks before, due to the influence on blood glucose levels during and after surgery.

 

DRUG INTERACTIONS AND OTHER

Chromium interacts with levothyroxine and concomitant use with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) should be avoided. It can also reduce the body's absorption of copper and iron. The joint intake of vitamin C favors its absorption. The concomitant use of magnesium with antibiotics, bisphosphonates, calcium channel blockers, muscle relaxants and potassium-sparing diuretics should be avoided.

 

PRESENTATION

60 tablets.


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