Diabazole Review

Are you struggling with keeping your blood sugar under control?  It’s a problem that a lot of us have, but outside of true, medical techniques, there isn’t much a of a presence out there on the holistic or natural side.  But with any big problem in health, there always comes a solution…or at least an attempt at a solution.  Today we’re going to be reviewing an interesting new product that is designed to keep your metabolism, glucose, and cardiovascular systems all working together toward better health.  It’s name?  Diabazole.  We’re going to start out with whether or not the product works, then move on to reviews for the product before wrapping up our review of Diabazole with a short section on pricing, and whether or not we recommend it.  Let’s jump in!

What Does Diabazole Do?

Diabazole is all over the place with their claimed benefits.  They range from reduced inflammation, to lower blood glucose levels, to reduced nerve pain.  Let’s list them below, then discuss them.

  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Lowers Blood Glucose Levels
  • Better Insulin Sensitivity
  • Lower Cholesterol Levels
  • Better Cardio Health
  • Reduce Neuropathy (Nerve Pain)
  • Lowers Blood Pressure

Like we said above, this is a big list of potential benefits.  So what should we be taking away from it?  Mostly that these benefits are founded in “research conducted by the author”.  So while the ingredients might very well help in these areas, we think that they might be stretching a bit.  Let’s look at the ingredients they’re using to see if they shed any light on how they might be getting these benefits.

Diabazole Ingredients

The main three ingredients that Diabazole is advertising are; Bitter Melon, Juniper Berry, and Alpha-Lipoic Acid.  Beyond these advertised ingredients, you’re also getting; Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Biotin, Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, Chromium, Licorice Root Extract, Cinnamon Bark Powder, Cayenne Pepper Powder, White Mulberry Leaf Powder, Vanadium, and L-Taurine.

There are a few names that definitely jump out to us from that doozy of a list, two of which we want to talk about quick.  Cinnamon Bark Powder and Cayenne Pepper Powder are two natural “thermogenics”.  So what do thermogenics do?  They help to boost metabolism.  That’s because the heat they provide tricks the body into thinking that the body is working really hard, which means it needs to burn more calories to keep up.

Where To Buy Diabazole

Diabazole is only available through the parent company.  While that severely limits the options with which you can  get the product, you also get the luxury of trying the product first.  The trial can be a little bit confusing if you’ve never experienced one like it.  You get 14 days to try the product, and if you don’t like it, you need to send it back within that time for a full refund.  They say you’ll only be on the hook for the shipping cost back to the company.  If you decide you want to continue using Diabazole, you’ll be paying around $75 a month, or every thirty days. 

Diabazole – Final Thoughts

If you want a supplement that can help you with your blood sugar, it’s better to go the medical route.  But if you want an all-around, natural health supplement, this one is a good choice.  The only thing that really gives us pause is the trial, and the inability to purchase the supplement on its own.  If you’re looking for something that can help you lose weight, we would go for a natural product like Garcinia cambogia.  Click the button up top to check out our current favorite!