Blood Sugar and Metabolic support

Additional Support for your Organs and Systems

Metabolic syndrome conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, are running rampant in the Western World…and expanding to other parts of the world.

There are many factors that influence the risk of developing metabolic syndrome. Many, but not all, are related to lifestyle and diet issues. If you have a metabolic syndrome condition and your main interest is finding natural supplements to support healthy blood sugar levels (for example, if you're taking insulin) there are plenty of good products on the world market to choose from.

Our scientists at Xtend-Life have taken a different approach in developing a product to help metabolic syndrome sufferers manage their health. Instead of just focusing on supporting healthy blood sugar levels for those taking insulin and managing healthy pancreatic function, we have put the effort into providing a wide variety of nutrients in a specialized tablet to help support the body's ability to maintain healthy organ function and manage metabolic syndrome.

Systemic Care

The result was a product which we call Systemic Care. The specialized nutrients in this product may help maintain proper functioning of your body’s organs and its critical systems – especially your pancreas, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, metabolism and of course your eyesight.

Systemic Care is an excellent support product for those taking insulin and are engaged in a responsible self management program which includes a healthy diet and exercise. As with all of our supplements, if you are on medication please ensure you consult with your medical professional before making any changes or adjustments to your current regime.

You may also get some real value by adding either Zupafood ELITE, or Zupafood GREENZ to your regime.

Blood Sugar / Metabolic support products


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