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Tired of Taking Pills? New Diabetes Supplements Come in Sugar-Free Drink


Dec 10, 2007

Diabetes Essentials is a group of four nutritional supplements recently released by Nutrition 21. They include Diachrome Blood Sugar Health capsules; the same product in a drink powder called Nutrition to Go; Multivitamin Nutrition to Go powder; and Heart Health tablets.

The Nutrition to Go drink mix, a sugar-free, low calorie dissolvable powder, comes in single serving packets to give people with diabetes an alternative to just taking another pill. The Diachrome powder is ice-tea flavored, and the Multivitamin drink has a citrus taste.


Categories: Beverages, Blood Sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes, Food News, Supplements



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Posted by Anonymous on 12 December 2007

i'v been using diachrome for 12 months now and was able to get off one of my oral meds - saving over $200/month now

Posted by Anonymous on 17 December 2007

Article does not contain enough info to make any decision to try or not try the product. How does the cost compare to other supplements packaged for people with diabetes? What are the supplements in this product?

Posted by mgordon on 7 May 2009

I love his idea. Taking vitamins in pill form is a pain

Posted by Anonymous on 12 August 2009

what do you think should my dad take this his 50 years old with type 2 what do you think should he take?


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