Dr. Harry Preuss, noted M.D. and clinical researcher at the highly acclaimed Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington D.C., has recently published a book that may help Type 2 diabetes sufferers.

June 6th, 2008 by Admin Leave a reply »

         Noted Researcher Identifies Clinically Proven Treatments That Work

Dr. Harry Preuss, noted M.D. and clinical researcher at the highly acclaimed Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington D.C., has recently published a book that may help Type 2 diabetes sufferers.

 

The Fat-Loss Pharmacy, based on clinical work conducted on, among others, Type 2 diabetics, identifies all natural, herbal supplements that help to reduce diabetic fat and lower blood sugar levels.

 

Using research methodology called double blind placebo testing, Dr. Preuss found that several products provided proven results in reducing, even eliminating unwanted weight and unbalanced blood sugar.

 

One of the supplements noted to be effective was niacin-bound chromium (or chromemate). This specially developed supplement was found to restore a chromium balance and lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels, after 8 weeks.

 

A second effective supplement noted by Dr. Preuss was an all natural fruit extract called Garcinia Cambogia. Derived from an Asian fruit plant, Garcinia Cambogia (citramax) was found to attack fat (not muscle) and help keep lost fat off. Based on clinical testing, Dr. Preuss found that Garcinia Cambogia increases serotonin levels in user’s bodies, which helps them maintain lower appetite levels, resulting in sustained weight loss.

 

For summaries of studies conducted by Dr. Preuss, go to:

 www.provenresultshealth.com.  888-600-6856 toll free

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