DiabeNo is a 100% natural herbal medicine to help maintain and control blood sugar. A combination of highly beneficial herbs, the tablets have been clinically tested on humans, has no side-effects and reduces the chances of contracting diseases that affect your body due to diabetes, like kidney and heart disease, high blood pressure, eye and brain diseases, skin and related infections and other diseases. The medicine has been clinically proven to improve excessive hunger, thirst, fatigue, and urination.
DiabeNo has been brought together with a unique blend of Ayurvedic herbs with proven efficiency in Diabetes. The formulation has been developed by C.C.R.A.S. (Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences) Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India. It is a complete formula which controls all aspects of Diabetes and has been developed after performing human clinical trials on more than 800 patients and came out with successful results.
DiabeNo drops the blood sugar levels & fights other complications related to Diabetes. Being 100% natural, the tablets do not have any side effects on the body.
Significant Reduction in Blood Sugar
Natural Botanical Extracts to Maintain Glycemic Index
Exerts Anti-Oxidant Action
Improvement in Excessive Thirst, Hunger, Fatigue, and Urination
Helps in Post Prandial Blood Sugar
Helps in controlling HbAI C
No Side Effects
How does DiabeNo Help?
Stimulates Insulin Production
Decreases Insulin Resistance
Reduces Sugar Cravings
Regenerates Beta Cells
Delays Intestinal Glucose Absorption
What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is a disorder in which either the pancreas produces inadequate insulin or the insulin in the body is not fully absorbed and utilized by the blood and the cells.
Symptoms of Diabetes
Fatigue, Weight Loss, Slow Healing, Polydipsia-Excessive Thirst, Polyuria-Frequent Urination, Polyphagia-Increased Appetite, Genital Itching
Causes of Diabetes
The immune system destroys the cells in the pancreas that make insulin. Insulin is not used effectively by the cells in the body causing blood sugar levels to rise. Being overweight, family history, viral or bacterial infection.
Blood Glucose Testing every 3 to 6 months, healthy diet choices, Low-Carb diet, exercise, proper medication and administering insulin.