As we briefly explained earlier, Metaceptine works by enhancing your body’s natural ability to control blood sugar spikes and blood sugar management. But what exactly does this mean?
Metaceptine delivers essential nutrients needed for glucose absorption: There are several vitamins and minerals needed to produce enzymes that stimulate your body’s production of hormones. Unfortunately, many of us don’t get enough of these vitamins. Metaceptine contains a blend of the most essential nutrients needed to help your body produce insulin, which helps your cells absorb glucose, preventing the buildup of glucose in your bloodstream.
Metaceptine may block the absorption of sugars: In limited evidence, one of the ingredients in Metaceptine was shown to block the body’s ability to absorb sugar – instead of causing it to be expelled immediately. In other words, instead of glucose flowing freely into your bloodstream, sugars were immediately sent through the digestive tract to be eliminated, never reaching your blood stream.
Metaceptine helps improve insulin sensitivity: Metaceptine contains cinnamon extract, which studies have shown may act like insulin, effectively speeding up the process of glucose transport into cells. It also may increase insulin sensitivity, making insulin more efficient at moving glucose into the cells.