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What is the Manna Blood Sugar Support? 

The Manna Blood Sugar Support is an all-natural health supplement for managing blood sugar levels, made from the pods of the Prosopis (Mesquite) tree, and it does not have any negative side effects like many chemical alternatives have.


How Does Manna Blood Sugar Support Work?

The Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement is an organic and natural way to help balance blood sugar levels. It does this by “gelling” with the food we eat and then slow-releasing the sugar from these foods into our bloodstream. That is why you must always take it with food, otherwise, you are missing out on the amazing benefits of Manna Blood Sugar Support and it will not work as it should. 

This means that it helps prevent the blood sugar levels from soaring through the roof after you have eaten something, and then also obviously helps avoid the subsequent sugar crash.

This helps your body to avoid the need for the pick-me-up from a sugary snack that we know as a craving. If you can stabilize your blood sugar levels and avoid cravings, it makes losing weight a whole lot easier.

When taken with food, Manna Blood Sugar Support gels with the food in the stomach to reduce the glycemic index of the food and drink you consume by up to 43%. It, therefore, helps to prevent blood sugar levels from rising too high.


Who can benefit from Manna Blood Sugar Support?

  • Type 2 Diabetics - The main cause of type 2 diabetes is constant fluctuating & high blood sugar levels. By using Manna Blood Sugar Support, we can ensure the blood sugar levels stay within the normal range and thus manage type 2 diabetes effectively. 

  • People with insulin resistance - Insulin resistance is when the body cannot produce enough insulin, or the insulin is ineffective. By using the Manna Blood Sugar Support to stabilize the blood sugar levels, the body needs much less insulin and can function more effectively. 

  • For those who want to lose weight – Insulin is also known as the “fat-storing hormone”. When we control the blood sugar levels, we can control the insulin levels as well. When the insulin levels are under control, less fat is being stored and it makes losing weight much easier. 

  • Women who suffer from PCOS –Blood sugar plays a massive role in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and managing the blood sugar and insulin levels can make it much easier to manage PCOS, which is notoriously difficult to treat effectively. 

  • Those suffering from Low Blood Sugar

  • Children and adults with ADHD

  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women.

  • Children


What are the benefits of Manna Blood Sugar Support?

  • Helps to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.
  • Keep you more satisfied after a meal, which means that the same meal can take you much further and cause you to eat less, which can help with natural weight loss.
  • Helps to control cravings.
  • Helps to keeps energy levels constant.
  • Balanced blood sugar levels can help to prevent diabetic health complications. 


Can Manna Blood Sugar Support be used with other medications? 

The Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement is one of the few supplements, which can be used in conjunction with any other medication without intervention or side effects.

You can use the product with your current diabetic medication, but need to monitor your blood glucose levels carefully, because the levels can drop too low.

When levels do drop, please consult with your medical practitioner to adjust your diabetic medication if needed. 


What are the active ingredients of Manna Blood Sugar Support?

It is made from wild-harvested, organic Mesquite powder.


Research, Studies, and Clinical Trials that were done on Manna Blood Sugar Support

The active ingredient (Mesquite) in the Manna Blood Sugar Support Supplement was trailed and tested at

  • The University of the Free State (dietetics department)
  • The University of Pretoria (dietetics department)
  • The Glycemic Index Foundation of South Africa (2005 & 2009)
  • The Medical Research Council of South Africa, published in:

– Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137 (2011) 298– 304

– CARDIOVASCULAR JOURNAL OF AFRICA · Vol 24, No 2, March 2013) 


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