FAQs

Using Glucocil

How should I start taking Glucocil?

For the first 3 days, take 1 softgel with lunch and 1 softgel with dinner. After 3 days, take 2 softgels with lunch and 2 softgels with dinner. If you forget to take Glucocil with a meal, feel free to take it after that meal.

The instructions say to take Glucocil with lunch and dinner, but can I take it with breakfast?

Yes. Take Glucocil with your two largest meals of the day, and if breakfast is one of those two, that’s OK.

Would I benefit from taking more than the recommended amount?

Perhaps. Depending on your individual situation, taking more than the recommended daily amount may help you reach your blood sugar goals. Of course, you should first consult your physician.

Is it safe to take 3 times a day?

Yes. Glucocil can be taken 3 times a day, with each meal.

Occasionally I like to treat myself to some carbohydrates like bread or pastas. If I take some Glucocil prior to eating them, will it help?

Yes. Taking Glucocil before a carbohydrate treat will help reduce the blood sugar elevation after.

Since taking Glucocil, I feel less hungry and more energetic. Is this expected?

Yes. The ingredients in Glucocil promote normal blood sugar levels, helping you feel less hungry and more energetic.

If Glucocil makes me less hungry, should I skip meals?

No. We suggest eating three smaller meals, along with healthy snacks between those meals.

Should I take Glucocil every day?

Yes. The nutritional support from Glucocil diminishes if you take less than the recommended daily amount, because the ingredients cannot be stored by your body. And unlike a drug, a natural supplement requires time to do its work: Glucocil will immediately begin helping manage your blood sugar levels, but allow your intestines, liver, and cells the time to put this increased support to full use.

Is it important to exercise and watch what I eat while taking Glucocil?

Physicians typically recommend moderating what you eat and moving your body more, and Glucocil can help you stick with your diet and exercise program.

Other members of my family are concerned about their blood sugar. Should I suggest they take Glucocil?

Glucocil can be used by people who are overweight and concerned about their blood sugar. Of course, they should first consult a physician.

Who should not take Glucocil?

Glucocil is not recommended for those who are under 18, pregnant, or nursing. Please, talk with your doctor before using Glucocil.

Can I take Glucocil even if I don’t have immediate blood sugar concerns?

Yes. Glucocil can also help people who are overweight or who feel they could have blood sugar issues in the future (based on their current health or their family history). And Glucocil can help reduce post-meal blood sugar fluctuations due to other health conditions.