How does InsuPur work?

InsuPur assists consumers with metabolic syndrome by providing the body with
nutrients from natural ingredients. Basically, the supplement will:
• Increase insulin sensitivity
• Help promote energy efficiency and aerobic metabolism

What Is Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome occurs when the body utilizes and stores energy incorrectly.
This disorder is defined by the following conditions: abdominal obesity, high serum
triglyceride levels, low high-density liprotein (HDL) levels, hypertension (elevated blood
pressure), and elevated levels of fasting plasma glucose.

Usually one is diagnosed with metabolic syndrome when three out of five conditions
coexist. Dr. Gerald M. Raevan, a professor emeritus of Stanford University School of
Medicine, theorized the condition was caused by a collection of insulin-resistance,
hyperlipidemia, and hypertension, which he coined as “Syndrome X.” Later in 1989, Dr. Norman M. Kaplan added an additional component—abdominal obesity —and
referred to this as the “Deadly Quartet.”

Although there are still many varying opinions on the common factors, many
professionals soon recognized this combination as the “Metabolic Syndrome.”

Risks of the Metabolic Syndrome

This insulin-resistant condition has been a
major concern since the 1960s. People develop the metabolic syndrome from an overstressed and abnormal lifestyle that often involves an excess amount of calories from overeating and an inadequate amount of physical activity that increases abdominal fat. Previous research on the prevalence of hyperglycemia, avhyperlipidemia, and hypertension together found that people with metabolic syndrome had a higher risk of developing diseases such as diabetes, as well as heart attacks and strokes. The likelihood of these illnesses occurring in people with metabolic syndrome is much more likely than those who are healthy. In addition, metabolic syndrome may induce certain chronic illnesses such as fatty liver and renal disease.

In brief, metabolic syndrome is not a disease, but disorders may ensue if proper
treatment is not sought. Deregulation of the body’s metabolism results in a multitude of
wide-ranging health problems and thus should serve as a warning to take
preventative measures. Recently, there has been an increase of the metabolic syndrome
and other related diseases in the younger generation.

The Link Between Metabolic
Syndrome and Diabetes

As mentioned above, metabolic syndrome can often lead to diabetes, which is the inability to regulate blood glucose due to insulin insufficiency or resistance. It is not a nutritional deficiency, but results from the body relying on stored fat and tissue proteins as its main energy source instead, triggered by its inability to consume blood glucose, Hyperglycemia, high concentration of blood glucose, leads to excessive excretion of glucose and water from the body resulting in increased thirst (polydipsia), hunger (polyphagia), urination (polyuria), and weight loss since the blood glucose cannot be up-taken by the cells.


What is Diabetes?

There are 3 main types of diabetes:

• When the body’s failure to produce enough insulin, it is referred to as Type 1.

• When the body resists insulin and fails to utilize it properly, it is referred to as Type 2. Sometimes it is combined with a deficiency to insulin.

• When pregnant women, who were previously not diagnosed with diabetes, develop a high blood glucose level during her pregnancy, it is referred to as gestational diabetes. A gestational diabetic woman has higher risk to develop into Type 2 at later years.

Why Take InsuPur?

Insupur is a natural supplement that will help enhance insulin sensitivity and allow the body’s cells to efficiently use carbo hydrates as energy sources, avoiding a negative nitrogen balance. Most importantly, because InsuPur is composed of natural ingredients and minerals, it does not induce adverse side effects like current medications do.

For example, carbohydrates digestion enzyme (or Amylase) inhibitors reduce
blood glucose peaks that occur after a
meal. This is particularly important to
people with diabetes where low insulin
levels prevent extracellular glucose
from being cleared quickly from the
blood. Diabetics should have lower
levels of alpha-amylase in order to keep glucose levels under control, except after

General Blood Glucose Control Oral Medications
Classification Purpose Side Effects
Carbohydrates digestion enzyme (or Amylase) inhibitors Inhibit amylase activity, decrease carbohydrate breakdown to glucose, and delay glucose absorption in GI tract. Lactic acid toxicity, nausea, diarrhea, bloating, GI discomfort
Insulin sensitizers Enhance the sensitivity of insulin receptors Weight gain, edema
Sulfonylureas Promote insulin secretion by the beta pancreatic cells Hypoglycemia, GI discomfort, dizziness, headaches


taking insulin, which will stimulate the body’s uptake of blood glucose. To control the blood glucose, diabetics take inhibitors but this will not satisfy the energy needs of the body because the unabsorbed carbohydrates in the gastrointestinal tract will be converted and lead to bloating and diarrhea.

Overview of InsuPur

• InsuPur is designed as a dietary supplement for those suffering from metabolic syndrome and diabetes. This is an addition to the consumer’s nutrition, not as a medicine, and thus can be taken with their other medication.

• InsuPur includes: Chromium yeast, selenium yeast.Spirulina (contains phycocyanin, nucleotides),chlorella (CGF), citrus extract (contains flavonoids), radix ginseng extract, wolfberry extract, bitter melon extract, potato starch, magnesium stearate, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.

• Composition: 650 milligrams/tablet, containing 50 milligrams of organic chromium and 50 milligrams of organic selenomethionine.

• Recommended Dosage: 2-4 tablets a day at separate times, preferably before meals.

• Target Users: People with abdominal obesity, hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, metabolic syndrome, and or those who are in the initial stages of renal insufficiency before dialysis.

Warnings to InsuPur Consumers:

1. Consumers should not stop taking their medication when using Insupur. They should always consult their physician first and take their medicine as instructed.

2. Symptoms do not immediately equate to diseases (i.e. having hyperglycemia does not necessarily indicate diabetes, but they are at a high risk of developing diabetes). Consumers should always consult physicians about their conditions first and have regular check-ups.

3. Increasing the dosage will not increase efficacy.