NuEthix GDA Max | Proven Glucose Disposal Agent
Loaded with proven ingredients in therapeutic doses which may help partition nutrients more effectively, provide nutritional support for insulin & glucose metabolism, boost immune system, reduce inflammation, achieve better muscle fullness & improved vascularity*. All of which may promote a healthier & leaner you.
GDA-MAX is formulated with therapeutic doses of the glucose disposal powerhouses: Berberine, R-Lipoic Acid, Chromium Polynicotinate, Gymnema Slyvestre and Vanadyl Sulfate, in combination with the proper doses of insulinogenic amino acids and other supporting co-factors. It will be hard to find another product containing all of these agents in one affordable formula. Furthermore our Chromium is POLYNICOTINATE, whereas most use the acidic version Picolinate, which is toxic and less bioavailable. This product contains the non-acidic more bioavailable version which is also listed on the Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) list.
Insulin is the most anabolic hormone known to man, but it has drawbacks as well. It not only shuttles amino acids and glycogen to the muscle cells but can also shuttle nutrients like carbs and fats to your fat cells to be stored for energy. When insulin spikes too high and remains elevated we are more prone to fat gain. This is where the power of GDA-MAX lies. When we ingest more carbs in a meal, for example over 40g per sitting, insulin is released rapidly, even more dramatically in those with less insulin sensitivity. GDA-MAX can help improve sensitivity to insulin, thus resulting in a lower insulin spike and less chance to store fat as well as a better chance to shuttle the amino acids and glycogen where you need it most – in the muscle cells.
Highlights of NuEthix GDA-Max:
- Improved Nutrient Partitioning*
- Maintain & Restore Insulin Sensitivity*
- Promotes Muscle Fullness*
- Improves Vascularity*
- Highly Researched Ingredients
As a dietary supplement take 1 cap with any carb containing meals. Take 2 caps with cheat meals toimprove the nutrient partitioning of the meal and to possibly minimize fat storage.