Chromium is an essential trace mineral that is needed for insulin production to help the body maintain normal blood sugar levels. Diets high in refined and processed foods can cause chromium deficiency. Many nutritionally-oriented doctors recommend 2...
Chromium is an essential trace mineral that is needed for insulin production to help the body maintain normal blood sugar levels. Diets high in refined and processed foods can cause chromium deficiency. Many nutritionally-oriented doctors recommend 200 mcg of chromium per day and suggest that small amounts of supplemental chromium may support healthy blood sugar levels.
Chelated Minerals are the dosage form most-often recommended to assure proper daily intake. Chelation is the process of bonding each mineral to an amino acid. This bonding makes it easier to digest and assimilate each nutritive mineral for proper utilization in the body.
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Take 1 tablet daily immediately following a heavy meal or as advised by your health practitioner.
Each Tablet Contains: Chromium Chelate - 200 mcg
Webber Naturals Chromium is naturally derived from yeast, a very easily absorbed and effective form of chromium.
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