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Jan 06, 2021 The Guerrilla Chemist on Chemix’s 2020/2021 Supplements | Episode #036
The Guerrilla Chemist discusses Chemix's 2020-2021 Supplements and his process in formulating, innovating, and sourcing his wild dietary supplement ingredients.
Chemix GDA is an ultra-premium Glucose Support Agent designed to aid in maintaining healthy glucose levels.
The advanced formula combines research-backed ingredients at clinical and efficacious doses to provide the most potent insulin support available on the market today.
Here is a complete breakdown for this extremely powerful formula:
Chemix GDA is a premium, supplement to help maintain healthy blood glucose levels.
Whether you’re trying to gain 10lbs of muscle or lose 10lbs of fat, GDA can support your goals!
Macronutrients are of the utmost importance when it comes to building muscle and burning fat, however if your body isn’t utilizing them properly and efficiently you will fail at both.
Bitter Melon Extract(standardized to 10% bitters)
Banaba leaf Extract(standardized to 25% tannins): Lagerstromemin speciosa , commonly known as banaba leaf, contains many compounds that can naturally help with blood sugar support.
Alpha Lipoic Acid(yielding 150mg of R-ALA): Alpha Lipoic acid is a mitochondrial fatty acid with really interesting properties. It's been extensively studied for a multitude of benefits, but perhaps the most applicable are its use as an anti-oxidant and a tool to support blood glucose levels.
Gymnema Sylvestre Extract(standardized to 75% Gymnemic acids)
Super Berberine(Berberine-Cyclodextrin complex)
Cinnulin PF: Cinnulin PF is a patented version of a 20:1 extract of Cinnamomum burmanni that contains high levels of water soluble double-linked procyanidin type-A polymers of flavanoids.
Chromium(III) polynicotinate: Although it has been known that chromium(III) (Cr) has positive effects on blood glucose support, the mechanism by which it does this has not been fully elucidated until recently.
Chemix GDA is a premium insulin support formula that combines 7 of the most well-studied and effective ingredients! These carefully selected ingredients work with different mechanisms to allow your body to increase lean body mass by shuttling more glucose and amino acids into your cells.
- The Guerrilla Chemist
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