The TV Doctor is at it again! This time proclaiming White Mulberry to be the THE next big superfood. But what's so great about these little berries?
Why You Want It
It's the leaves of the White Mulberry tree that have scientists the most excited. Studies have shown that the leaf powder can help block glucose absorption in the intestines1. Other studies found that the extract not only prevented glucose from entering the bloodstream after consumption of sugar, but it prevented the secretion of insulin as well2.
These results suggest that White Mulberry Leaf Extract could be your secret weapon when it comes to maintaining a healthy weight!
Why This Product Is A Better Choice
Sugar Snagger™ White Mulberry Leaf Extract contains the highest concentrations of active ingredients. Standardized to 1% alkaloids (DNJ) and 15% flavanoids (such as quercetin). Its the most effective version of White Mulberry we could find.
How To Take It
The label says to take one capsule daily before a meal. But to get the results from studies, you need a higher dose. We recommend 1 capsule TWICE per day, 20 - 30 minutes before a meal. Each bottle is still a 30-day supply this way.
Are There Side Effects?
White mulberry might lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use white mulberry.
Always check with your doctor before beginning any nutritional supplement.
Why Get it Here
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You can be confident that this is a higher quality, better value White Mulberry product. We settle for nothing less!
1Oku, Tsuneyuki, et al. "Inhibitory effects of extractives from leaves of Morus alba on human and rat small intestinal disaccharidase activity." British Journal of Nutrition 95.05 (2006): 933-938.