Igalen Emulin E Ingredients
Emulin is a natural, over-the-counter compound derived from fruits, such as grapefruits, grapes and berries.
Emulin works with enzymes to metabolize carbohydrates and lower blood sugar levels.
Studies have shown Emulin to…
slow the conversion of complex carbohydrates to simple sugars
reduce sugar absorption to the bloodstream while stimulating absorption to muscle tissue
slow down gluconeogensis by the liver
increase breakdown of lipids in fat tissue
increase insulin sensitivity by increasing glucose transporters in muscle tissue in the presence of insulin
block an insulin inhibitor called TNF alpha, which therefore increases insulin release from pancreatic tissue
Emulin was discovered by Daryl Thompson, a food and bio-chemist, and Dr. Joseph Ahrens, former director of research for the Florida Department of Citrus, by studying the use of grapefruit as a weight loss tool.
In a study at Scripps Clinic in Calif.,Dr. Ken Fujioka found that individuals lost weight without changing their diets and adding grapefruit juice, fresh grapefruit and dehydrated powdered grapefruit and decreased their insulin resistance
Initial pre-clinical trials on humans found that insulin resistance could be overcome, and fasting blood glucose could be reduced by 25%.
Eurofins Lab conducted a test on rats in 2007 and found that the area under the curve (AUC) blood glucose was reduced by 27%
Additional studies were done in 2008 by Cetero Research that shows that when used with Metformin, Emulin increased the other diabetes medication’s efficacy by ten-fold, and the AUC blood glucose level was reduced by 28%
Ahrens & Thompson identified three phytochemicals that emulated insulin at various key enzymatic control points and increased insulin sensitivity in order to create Emulin
Igalen believes Emulin can be added universally to food and beverages, much like folate in bread to prevent birth defects
Emulin can also be taken as a nutraceutical to manage weight, to treat, prevent and reverse diabetes and metabolic syndrome
New Formula (2018) Emulin is currently sold as Igalens Emulin® E is 375mg per capsule. Sugested Dose 2 capsules a day.
Old Formula 750 mg per day. For Emulin® C and M it’s 250mg per capsule.
Emulin Side Effects
Emulin does not have any adverse side effects, nor does Igalen predict any in the future.
Emulin is different than fen-phen, synephrine and other anti-obesity supplements because it does not increase metabolism; it works with the body’s natural mechanisms to manage sugar.
Please Note this information is an explanation of Emulin Igalens Emulin Plus Products and is not to be use as medical advice ,please always refer to your medical professional
Emulin Frequently asked questions:
What is Emulin® E?
The formula that Dr. Joseph Ahrens has been working on for 12 years has just gotten even better, with an additional 4th ingredient – Gallic Acid – a powerful polyphenol abundantly found in Nature but largely removed by food processing. Gallic Acid works in synergy with the other 3 ingredients making the Emulin® E formula even more powerful.
Based on a growing body of scientific evidence, this formula will work faster, better, and more importantly, deeper, not only to help your body better manage carbohydrates but also quell the “silent inflammation” linked to excessive carb intake over time.
How is Emulin E an improvement on Emulin C or Emulin® M?
Emulin® E innovates the best and most tested formula of Emulin® which is Emulin® C and adds Gallic Acid that makes it far more effective and faster acting.
What is Gallic Acid?
This polyphenol is found in almost all plants. It is an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. Plants that are known for their high Gallic Acid content include gallnuts, tea, hops, grapes, and oak bark.
Gallic Acid has a very long history of use for human health. Indeed, it has been recorded since the time of Hippocrates.
It is an organic acid found in a variety of foods and herbs that are well known as powerful antioxidants. Blueberries, walnuts, apples, flax seed, and tea all contain Gallic Acid. It is also found in gall nuts, sumac, witch hazel, watercress, oak bark, and a variety of other plants and herbs. Gallic Acid is also found as part of tannins, which are astringent, bitter plant polyphenols found in tea and coffee.
Are there known interactions with EMULIN E and drugs?
EMULIN E is made of substances that are found abundantly in Nature. In fact, the actives on EMULIN E should be part of your daily diet. As such, there should be on interactions with known drugs. However, you are advised to consult with your doctor for specific medicines.
How about interaction with blood thinners?
We would not recommend that those on warfarin take EMULIN® E. However, there no negative interactions with other blood thinners based on studies involving the actives of EMULIN® and the experience of our users. Nevertheless, we would recommend that you talk to your doctor.
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