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Free Insulin Optimizers Information

                                     Insulin Optimizers

These supplements heighten the body’s ability to drive protein, creatine and carbohydrates into the muscle tissue, optimizing muscle mass and volume. Diabetics using insulin should consult their physician before using any of these supplements. Many of these nutrients, if not sold individually, will be mixed with creatine to maximize the absorption of the creatine.


                        Alpha-Lipoic Acid

Alpha-Lipoic acid promotes insulin sensitivity. This increases mass-building by allowing the muscles to take in more protein.



This amazing nutrient actually stimulates the pancreas to produce insulin. It is often supplemented in the form of chromium picolinate, but occurs naturally in many green, leafy vegetables.



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