SIMPL SHAKE FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES/ HYPERGLYCEMIA SIMPL is designed as per Evidence Based Recommendations (EBR) from the world’s top international health agencies: US FDA, European Union WHO/FAO, Indian Council of Medical Research, Canadian FDA, British FDA, South African FDA, American Diabetic Association and American Heart Association(1,2)
How Nutritional Supplementation with Simpl shake can help?
Essen Simpl Shake is a unique nutritional supplement formulated to manage the fluctuating glucose le vels of diabetics. It is loaded with recommended doses of essential micronutrients and ideal carb, protein, fat combination to provide the body with easily digestible and absorbable form of nutrients to enhance insulin activity, reduce insulin resistance and improve glucose breakdown and usage. Simpl Shake unique formula also triggers biochemical pathways that enable cells to use available glucose for energy production. Along with proper lifestyle intervention, that is diet and exercise,Simpl can help overcome hunger pangs [extreme hunger or hypoglycemic episodes that occur between meals] and reduce the possibility of vitamin and mineral deficiency providing balanced nutrition. Simpl also reduces exhaustion and muscle weakness usually associated with Diabetes. Simpl Shake isa diabetic drink designed as per Evidence based Recommendation [EBR] from the world’s top nine international h
How does the glucose level increase in the blood?
The source of glucose is the food we eat. The body cannot absorb the food as such for its various f unctions. Once the food is consumed it gets digested ,the food first gets converted as glucose to be absorbed. However, this glucose can be utilized by cells for energy production for various body functions only with the help of a hormone. This hormone is called insulin. The pancreas gland inside the body produces insulin. But what happens if the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin? Or if the body cannot effectively use the insulin that the pancreas produces? Then the glucose levels increase in the blood. This is diabetes. Diabetes means nothing but overall risk of dying prematurely! A study published in Epidemiology/Health Services/Psychosocial Research shows that the total number of people with diabetes is projected to rise from 171 million in 2000 to 366 million by 2030. And the greatest increase will be in India. Major risk factors for diabetes are family history, unhealthy f