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Kygenesis GlucoRestore

  • Helps regulate and control blood sugar levels
  • Supports normal insulin sensitivity
  • Protects tissues, nerves, and kidney function
  • Promotes healthy metabolism and normal cholesterol
  • Provides defense against complications of diabetes

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Why GlucoRestore Diabetic Formula

Diabetes types I and II are the leading causes of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), causing ~38% of renal disease. People with diabetes have up to a 40% chance of developing diabetic kidney disease (diabetic nephropathy) within two decades.
Here’s why diabetes is closely linked to kidney disease:

If you have diabetes or prediabetes, regulating your blood sugar is essential to protect your kidneys. That’s why there’s Kygenesis GlucoRestore.

This specialized supplement delivers 9 potent herbs and nutrients that support healthy blood sugar levels.

What you won’t find in GlucoRestore is just as important. Unlike other blood glucose formulas, GlucoRestore is free from herbs that are unsafe to use with impaired kidney function.

Kygenesis Naturopaths have formulated GlucoRestore based on years of research and clinical practice with diabetic kidney disease.

We recommend it specifically for those with CKD or kidney damage caused by elevated blood sugar levels, type 2 diabetes, high HBA1C levels, or high insulin levels.

Kygenesis GlucoRestore Active Ingredients

Chromium

An essential mineral, chromium plays a crucial role in metabolism and regulating insulin. Studies show that people with type 2 diabetes and symptoms of diabetes mellitus have lower blood levels of chromium.
Supplementing with chromium has been demonstrated to enhance insulin sensitivity and glucose control. This mineral also supports healthy body weight, and the risk of cardiovascular disease in those with type 2 diabetes.

Inositol

Inositol (or myo-inositol) is a nutrient that promotes glycemic control in type 2 diabetes. Individuals with insulin resistance and diabetes have higher needs for inositol because diabetes accelerates the loss of this nutrient. Research suggests that myo-inositol deficiency leads to diabetic complications (including diabetic neuropathy, nephropathy, or retinopathy).
Supplementing with inositol can help to improve fasting blood glucose in diabetic individuals. Inositol is recommended for people with insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and related conditions.

Nicotinamide (vitamin B3)

Nicotinamide is a vitamin with an essential role in converting fuel to energy at the cellular level. It holds promise for metabolic disorders, including prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Vitamin B3 plays a role in healthy aging, as well.
Studies have shown that nicotinamide can lower blood sugar levels while improving insulin sensitivity and signaling. Nicotinamide may also reduce fatty liver and prevent peripheral nerve damage in prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.

Pyridoxamine-5'-phosphate (vitamin B6)

Pyridoxal 5′-phosphate (PLP or P5P) is the active form of vitamin B6. This antioxidant vitamin is essential for metabolism. Vitamin B6 deficiency is associated with diabetes and diabetic complications, including kidney function loss, cardiovascular dysfunction, and inflammation. Together with hyperglycemia, B6 deficiency may also elevate the risk of cancer.
Vitamin B6 supplementation can help to improve insulin secretion and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes. It has a clear protective effect in preventing diabetic complications, and may prevent the progression of kidney function loss associated with diabetes.

Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)

Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5, influences blood sugar regulation and fat metabolism. Deficiency of pantothenic acid appears to spike stress hormones and blood sugar by impairing adrenal function.
By helping to break down fats, vitamin B5 may lower serum cholesterol and lipid concentrations in people with diabetes. Vitamin B5 shows promise as a clinical treatment for obesity and related metabolic diseases. A study published in 2022 demonstrated that vitamin B5-treated mice showed reduced fat, a significant reduction in fatty liver disease, lower blood insulin levels, and improved glucose tolerance.

Gymnema sylvestre

Gymnema is an herb with a long history of use for diabetes, metabolic syndrome, weight loss, as a diuretic, and more. In recent years, clinical trials have shown that participants taking gymnema could significantly reduce their diabetic medications, including insulin. Gymnema appears to help lower fasting blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c), and glycosylated plasma protein levels.
Importantly, gymnema can enhance the body’s production of insulin in insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes. The benefits of gymnema supplementation could be lasting, too. The herb may regenerate beta cells in the pancreas that produce and release insulin in response to blood glucose levels.

Codonopsis pilosula (Dangshen)

Codonopsis, also known as Dangshen, has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to replenish qi or vital energy, strengthen immunity, sharpen the mind, restore the kidneys and adrenals, and balance blood sugar levels while treating the symptoms of diabetes.
Clinical studies have shown Dangshen improves kidney function by reducing the expression of serum creatinine, uric acid, and urinary protein compared with the model group. Codonopsis also appears to reduce inflammatory substances that can contribute to disease.

Lagerstroemia speciosa (banaba leaf)

Banaba has traditionally been used to treat impaired glucose tolerance (prediabetes), diabetes, kidney disorders, kidney function, and weight loss. It is one of the most studied and well-known plants used as a treatment for blood glucose regulation, especially in combination with cinnamon.
Studies have shown that an antioxidant in banaba leaf called corosolic acid can lower blood sugar significantly (up to 30%) and rapidly (within 60 minutes). Banaba extracts have improved glucose tolerance, insulin sensitivity, and cholesterol. One key study shows that the extract can help considerably reduce HBA1C in people whose HBA1C is resistant to blood sugar control medications. Antioxidants in banaba leaf also protect the kidneys.

Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Ceylon cinnamon)

Ceylon cinnamon has traditionally been used for diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance (prediabetes), obesity, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and more.
Studies have shown that cinnamon can help to control blood sugar levels and minimize the health complications of type 2 diabetes. Cinnamon may also lower triglycerides and LDL or “bad” cholesterol. Importantly, research has shown that cinnamon has strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It supports healthy brain tissue and cardiovascular health.

PREMIUM INGREDIENTS

Pure and potent. Kygenesis sources ingredients only from the highest-quality growers and producers. Each batch is tested for purity. And because we use potent extracts, you get a supplement that’s up to 10X more powerful in a smaller dose.

FORMULATED BY NATUROPATHS

From our clinics to you. Kygenesis was formulated by a team of Naturopaths who specialize in treating kidney disease. These are the exact supplements we prescribe to our patients.

SPECIALIZED SUPPORT

Every ingredient in Kygenesis is backed by clinical evidence demonstrating that these nutrients and herbs improve kidney health. It’s the ideal protocol for anyone whose kidneys need support.

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GlucoRestore FAQs

Take one capsule three times daily (or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional). GlucoRestore can be taken with or without food. Continue daily use for ongoing metabolic and kidney support.

Each individual responds differently to supplements, however we find people start to experience a sense of wellbeing, improved energy, and mental clarity as the first noticeable improvements, within 1-2 weeks.

Before taking GlucoRestore, be sure you have recent blood work. Repeat the blood tests after 3-4 months of consistently taking GlucoRestore daily. Compare the results.

We also recommend keeping a daily symptom diary to track your progress.

Together with a diet that supports healthy blood sugar and healing, the herbs and nutrients in GlucoRestore can help to address the symptoms and causes of diabetes. It is very important that you follow a diet that is high in nutrients (unprocessed plant foods) and low in saturated fats and sugars.

Among other lifestyle interventions, we also recommend that you build movement into your daily routine and manage stress. Learn more about the complete Kidney Disease Solution guide and tools here.

Kygenesis formulas are developed by Naturopaths with deep clinical and research experience in kidney health. The ingredients are pure and premium; many are concentrated extracts for up to 10X more potency.
Kygenesis is made from ingredients that are deemed safe for the general population when taken as recommended. If you have a pre-existing health condition, or are pregnant or lactating, consult a healthcare professional before using any nutritional supplement.

Some pharmaceuticals cannot be taken with specific nutritional supplements. If you are taking any medication we recommend speaking to your professional health care provider or emailing customer support at support@kidneycoach.com.

If you are taking blood sugar medications, monitor your blood sugar levels closely. Some of the herbs in GlucoRestore can lower blood sugar, in which case your doctor may recommend that you reduce your medications.

We cannot recommend that you substitute these supplements for prescribed medication or recommended over-the-counter medication. Please consult with your qualified healthcare practitioner for advice on your medication.

As per the above, your doctor may adjust your prescription if your need for medication changes while taking these supplements.

The nutrients and herbs in Kygenesis GlucoRestore support the pancreas and kidneys under stress. Over time, with age and accumulated stress on our organs, normal pancreas and kidney function can be increasingly challenged. Your pancreas and kidneys work hard every day. GlucoRestore is formulated to deliver the daily support that helps maintain normal function.
Kygenesis supplements are calibrated for maximum efficacy and safety at the recommended dose — not above. Please follow the dosage guidelines or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Domestic US and international shipping costs vary depending on the shipping method you choose at checkout. You will see the shipping costs in your checkout process and can adjust your shipping method before placing your order.
Kygenesis is prepared in New York in a multi-award-winning FDA-registered facility, certified GMP by NSF International through independent audits. The chemists and technicians operate to the highest standards of quality.
Please email our Customer Service at support@kygenesis.com
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