Announcing the New GlycoPhase - Ultra-Potent GDA for Lean Gains, Fat Loss, & Pumps!

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Announcing the New GlycoPhase - Ultra-Potent GDA for Lean Gains, Fat Loss, & Pumps!

Your Complete Glucose Disposal Agent
Don’t Fear Carbs – Make Them Work for You!
Dramatic Pumps, Lean Muscle Gains, & Fat Loss!

Insulin has frequently been referred to as the most anabolic hormone in the body. While it can help promote muscle growth, it can unfortunately promote the storage of body-fat as well. With insulin, the key isn’t to have more; the key is how effectively the body can utilize even the smallest amount as efficiently as possible to maximize both muscle growth and fat loss.

GlycoPhase contains a cutting edge nutrient partitioning matrix that is designed to help the body more effectively harness the power of insulin to help maximize lean muscle growth, increase protein synthesis, and effectively clear glucose from the bloodstream in order to create a fat burning environment.

A Few Simple Notes about Insulin in the Bloodstream:
- The higher the level of insulin in the bloodstream, the greater the potential for fat storage and reduced fat mobilization. (1,2)
- More Insulin = More Carbs Stored as Body-Fat. (1,2)

GlycoPhase Summary of Benefits:
- Promotes Fat Loss (2,3,4)
- Promotes Management of Blood Sugar (1, 5, 6)
- Increases the Ability to Train More Intensely, for a Longer Duration of Time (4,5,7)
- Improves Mood and Sense of Well-Being (1,12,13)
- Promotes Management of Insulin Levels (1,2,7,9)
- Increases Glucose Uptake into Muscle Cells (2,16)
- Decreases Glucose Uptake into Fat Cells (2,16)
- Decreases Sugar Cravings (5)

GlycoPhase Highlights:
- Help Get Leaner Without Stimulant Based Fat Loss Products (1,2,6,9,11)
- Helps Manipulate Carbs to Work for You, Not Against You (5,6,7,8,9)
- Helps Promote Optimal Nutrient Absorption (6,9)
- Maximize Muscle Glycogen Storage in Order to Minimize Fat Storage (6,9,12,17)
- Helps Use Body-Fat for Fuel (Energy) More Efficiently (1,2,13)

Bottom Line:
No matter what your health and fitness goals are, helping harness the powerful effects of insulin can most likely help you achieve them!

For a further more in depth understanding:

Glucose and Glycogen in Laymen’s Terms:
All dietary carbohydrates are broken down into glucose in the small intestine and then absorbed into the bloodstream. From there the glucose will either be used as an immediate energy source for ATP synthesis or will be stored as glycogen in the liver and muscle tissue, utilized as fuel immediately, or converted to triglycerides and stored as body-fat. Glucose is only stored as glycogen until glycogen stores (in the muscles and liver) are topped off and then the excess is converted to fat. (23)

The Role of Insulin in Laymen’s Terms:
Insulin plays a crucial role in the modulation of glucose and protein synthesis, which is crucial to how the body responds to exercise, food intake and other physiological demands. (2, 3) Many people know that insulin transports glucose in the blood into various cells around the body. What is lesser known is that the body does not preferentially store glucose into muscle cells over fat cells unless there is a specific condition that encourages it. (4) The body will simply move the excess glucose out of the blood in order to prevent toxicity and any complications that may arrive from it, which means that fat cells are a target for glucose dumping as well. There are several ways that an environment can be created to ‘encourage’ glucose to be moved preferentially to muscle cells, and that is through exercise, translocation of skeletal muscle Glut4, and other sensitization methods. (3, 4)

Insulin and Fat Loss:
Insulin stimulates fat storage by stimulating fat cells to take in glucose and impairs lipolysis which means that it stops the body’s ability to break down stored fat for use as fuel. Ideally, you want to create an environment where you are able to assist the body’s ability to clear glucose out of the blood and into muscle cells with as little insulin required as possible in order to create a fat burning environment. In a perfect scenario, muscle and liver glucose uptake is high, fat glucose intake is low, and only a small amount of insulin is required. Minimal to no fat would be stored under these circumstances. Under these conditions, a person would be referred to as ‘insulin sensitive’ meaning that a small amount of insulin has a maximum effect. (1,2,3,4)

What are the Effects of Blood Glucose Levels on Fat Loss?
Increasing the body’s uptake of glucose is important for people who are trying to lose fat and stay lean because they are often ‘glucose intolerant’ or ‘insulin resistant’ to some degree. This means that the person’s body is not able to achieve normal blood sugar levels after a meal which causes them to have a high blood sugar level. High glucose levels contribute to fat storage and inability to lose weight. (3)

What are the Effects of Blood Glucose Levels on Muscle Growth?
Remember our perfect scenario above in which muscle and liver glucose intake is high, fat glucose is low, and only a small amount of insulin is required. When a person is ‘insulin sensitive’, a small amount of insulin exerts a large effect. When a person is ‘insulin sensitive’, glucose is more likely to be stored as glycogen in muscle tissues rather than as fat. This can help lead to a leaner, fuller, more muscular physique.

What are the Effects of Blood Glucose Levels on Energy Levels?
Blood Glucose (blood sugar) levels can have a major impact on energy levels. Helping maintain a stable blood glucose level throughout the day can help maximize energy levels. (23)

What are Glucose Disposal Agents (GDA’s)?
Glucose Disposal Agents (GDA’s) are a class of supplements that enhance nutrient uptake to cells by increasing the efficiency of insulin. The goal of a true GDA should be to make you more ‘insulin sensitive’, thereby helping maintain stable blood glucose levels resulting in the more efficient use of body-fat and carbohydrates as a fuel source. They work with the body to optimize response to naturally produced insulin and in doing so can help contribute to a leaner, fuller, more muscular physique.

This is where GlycoPhase’s cutting edge nutrient partitioning matrix doesn’t just help it stand out, it helps it stand alone.

What makes GlycoPhase Different & So Effective compared to other GDA’s?
Many GDA’s claim to assist insulin and promote glucose transport into muscle cells, but few actually do this. Most simply block carbohydrate absorption in the intestine, but do nothing to help the body better utilize insulin and create the environment necessary for increased uptake into muscle cells.

GlycoPhase contains 9 exciting ingredients, all specifically chosen to do exactly that!

Let’s Examine GlycoPhase’s All-Star Cast of Ingredients:

Agmatine Sulfate:
Agmatine Sulfate is one of the few ingredients that has been shown to have the capability to increase GLUT-4 transportation and mRNA expression in skeletal muscle, making it a prime ingredient to help ensure that glucose transport to muscle cells is favored over fat cells (10). It achieves this through an indirect action on beta-endorphin secretion which, in much the same mechanism as exercise, promotes glut-4 translocation into skeletal muscle through activation of imidazoline I2A receptors. (10, 18)

Berberine HCI:
Berberine HCI is one of the most effective ingredients currently available for the purpose of reducing blood sugar. While Berberine’s exact method of action is still currently under investigation, it is purported that its ability to activate AMPK is a driver for the regulation of carbohydrate through AMPK’s ability to promote glycogen synthesis and increase glucose uptake in insulin sensitive cells, thus removing glucose from the blood faster for immediate oxidization or stored as glycogen for later use as fuel. (19, 20)

Also, due to AMPK’s ability to promote insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake in a method independent of insulin itself, Berberine may have the capability to promote glucose uptake in cells that have become insulin resistant, thereby effectively clearing the blood of glucose in even the most difficult of environments. (19)

Bitter Melon:
Bitter Melon has several active constituents that promote glucose from clearing the blood, with these being charantin, vicine, and polypeptide-p.(13,14) Each one of these exerts their hypoglycemic effect via different physiological modes of action, ranging from stimulation of skeletal muscle utilization to preservation islet B cells (cells integral to proper insulin functioning) thus governing most of the process that underpins blood glucose clearing and helps preserve the integrity of the process. (7, 12)

Of importance is the role of protecting Islet B cell health, whereby destruction of these cells results in a lack of insulin production. Bitter Melon protects against this down-regulating the cytokines responsible for islet cell death, namely interleukin-6, tumor necrosis factor a, and nuclear factor kappa b. While the likelihood of this occurring is low, protection against it may be worthwhile as the effects are detrimental to overall health and longevity. (12)

Banaba Leaf:
Banaba leaf, most notably its primary active ingredient, Corsolic Acid, has been reported to decrease blood sugar levels within 60 minutes in human subjects through its ability to increase cellular uptake of glucose. However it isn’t just its ability to reduce blood glucose that is of value, it is also its ability to assist with weight loss. In a study that tested a combination of Banaba, Bitter Melon, Gymnema, and Bioperine on weight loss, subjects lost an average of 6 kilograms over a 12 week period. (13)

In various other human trials, Banaba extracted for Corsolic Acid has been noted to decrease blood glucose by up to 30% in a matter of hours, even when compared to placebo. Its proposed mode of action lies within its ability to stimulate Glut 4 translocation and induce insulin receptor phosphorylation, both of which promote the clearance of glucose from the blood. (14)

Gymnema Sylvestre:
Formulations that include Gymnemic Acids have been used as a useful tool in the fight against obesity. The proposed method of action is through its ability to delay glucose absorption in the blood, thus blocking the over secretion of insulin which may under normal circumstances dump glucose into adipose tissue. (5, 16) Gymnemic Acids have a very similar structure to that of glucose which enables them to compete for the same receptor locations in the intestine, effectively delaying the absorption of glucose into the blood. Gymnema is also particularly useful at curbing sugar cravings due to its ability to fill taste receptors on the tongue, thereby preventing the action of sugar molecules attempting to stimulate the same receptors. (16)

Other mechanisms by which Gymnema is proposed to work include increasing the secretion of insulin, promoting regeneration of islet cells, and increasing the utilization of glucose. (5, 16)

Alpha Lipoic Acid:
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) is a mitochondrial compound heavily involved in energy metabolism. It has various benefits across a myriad of biological processes, including but not limited to neuroprotection, cholinergic transmission, dopaminergic transmission, cholesterol transport, and energy expenditure. (8, 15) It also has a range of benefits pertaining to glucose uptake and AMPK activation, outlining a similar method of action to Berberine. In the murine model, Alpha Lipoic Acid is able to significantly mediate gene expression key rate limiting enzymes involved in glucose metabolism, which is able to increase the rate of glycogen production in the liver. (8, 11, 15, 17)

Na-R-ALA:
Na-R-ALA is the sodium version of the R isomer for Alpha Lipoic Acid which is the most stable and bioavailable form of ALA currently available. It works through the same mechanisms as Alpha Lipoic Acid, but on a much larger scale. Na-R-ALA is most commonly known for its ability to produce dramatic muscle pumps, resulting from increased glucose uptake in skeletal muscle.

Saffron:
Saffron is one of the most underrated glucose disposal agents currently available. It works via multiple methods to directly influence glucose uptake and insulin sensitivity in muscle cells, promoting muscle pumps, and improved blood glucose clearance on an unprecedented scale. (6, 9) It strongly increases cell insulin sensitivity through insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent pathways, and has a major role in promoting Glut-4 transport through AMPK activation. (6, 9)

Glucose transport into skeletal muscle is regulated by 2 distinct pathways. One of which is AMPK and the other is PI 3-Kinase. (2, 6, 9) The P 3-Kinase pathways include activation of Akt, which promotes glycogen synthesis and activation of key enzymes responsible for Glut-4 translocation. AMPK on the other hand plays a vital role in glucose and lipid metabolism. Both pathways increase phosphorylation of mitogen-activated kinase (MAPK) which participates in full activation of insulin-stimulated glucose uptake via GLUT-4. Saffron actives both pathways, hence its effectiveness in clearing blood glucose into skeletal muscle and, where too much glucose is shuttled, it is able to facilitate its preference to glycogen storage over adipose tissue storage. (2, 6, 9)

Chromium:
Chromium is an essential mineral which regulates insulin in the body and blood glucose, a mineral which roughly 25-50% of the US population is estimated to be deficient in. Because of its role in the regulation of blood sugar, a deficiency of Chromium may result in glucose intolerance, fatigue, and anxiety. (20) Chromium supplementation may also assist in the reduction of snacking behavior and binge eating. (21, 22)

GlycoPhase:
The Most Comprehensive GDA Available
For Dramatic Pumps, Lean Muscle Gains, & Fat Loss!


References
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2. Froesch, E. (1967). The physiology and pharmacology of adipose tissue lipolysis: Its inhibition and implications for the treatment of diabetes. Diabetologia, 3(6), pp.475-487.
3. Insulin Inhibits Lipolysis in Adipocytes via the Evolutionarily Conserved mTORC1-Egr1-ATGL-Mediated Pathway. (2013). Molecular and Cellular Biology, 33(18), pp.3659-3666.
4. National Institutes of Health (NIH). (2018). NIH study shows how insulin stimulates fat cells to take in glucose. [online] Available at: https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/nih-study-shows-how-insulin-stimulates-fat-cells-take-glucose [Accessed 17 Apr. 2018].
5. Baskaran, K., Ahamath, B., Shanmugasundaram, K. and Shanmugasundaram, E. (1990). Antidiabetic effect of a leaf extract from Gymnema sylvestre in non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patients. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 30(3), pp.295-305.
6. Dehghan, F., Hajiaghaalipour, F., Yusof, A., Muniandy, S., Hosseini, S., Heydari, S., Salim, L. and Azarbayjani, M. (2016). Saffron with resistance exercise improves diabetic parameters through the GLUT4/AMPK pathway in-vitro and in-vivo. Scientific Reports, 6(1).
7. Fuangchan, A., Sonthisombat, P., Seubnukarn, T., Chanouan, R., Chotchaisuwat, P., Sirigulsatien, V., Ingkaninan, K., Plianbangchang, P. and Haines, S. (2011). Hypoglycemic effect of bitter melon compared with metformin in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 134(2), pp.422-428.
8. Golbidi, S., Badran, M. and Laher, I. (2011). Diabetes and Alpha Lipoic Acid. Frontiers in Pharmacology, 2.
9. Kang, C., Lee, H., Jung, E., Seyedian, R., Jo, M., Kim, J., Kim, J. and Kim, E. (2012). Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) increases glucose uptake and insulin sensitivity in muscle cells via multipathway mechanisms. Food Chemistry, 135(4), pp.2350-2358.
10. Kang, S., Kim, C., Jung, H., Kim, E., Song, H. and Lee, J. (2017). Agmatine ameliorates type 2 diabetes induced-Alzheimer's disease-like alterations in high-fat diet-fed mice via reactivation of blunted insulin signalling. Neuropharmacology, 113, pp.467-479.
11. Lee, W., Song, K., Koh, E., Won, J., Kim, H., Park, H., Kim, M., Kim, S., Lee, K. and Park, J. (2005). α-Lipoic acid increases insulin sensitivity by activating AMPK in skeletal muscle. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 332(3), pp.885-891.
12. Leung, L., Birtwhistle, R., Kotecha, J., Hannah, S. and Cuthbertson, S. (2009). Anti-diabetic and hypoglycaemic effects of Momordica charantia (bitter melon): a mini review. British Journal of Nutrition, 102(12), p.1703.
13. Liu, F., Kim, J., Li, Y., Liu, X., Li, J. and Chen, X. (2001). An Extract of Lagerstroemia speciosa L. Has Insulin-Like Glucose Uptake–Stimulatory and Adipocyte Differentiation–Inhibitory Activities in 3T3-L1 Cells. The Journal of Nutrition, 131(9), pp.2242-2247.
14. Miura, T., Takagi, S. and Ishida, T. (2012). Management of Diabetes and Its Complications with Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosaL.) and Corosolic Acid. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012, pp.1-8.
15. Poh, Z. and Goh, K. (2009). A Current Update on the Use of Alpha Lipoic Acid in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Endocrine, Metabolic & Immune Disorders - Drug Targets, 9(4), pp.392-398.
16. Shanmugasundaram, E., Rajeswari, G., Baskaran, K., Kumar, B., Shanmugasundaram, K. and Ahmath, B. (1990). Use of Gymnema sylvestre leaf extract in the control of blood glucose in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 30(3), pp.281-294.
17. Shay, K., Moreau, R., Smith, E., Smith, A. and Hagen, T. (2009). Alpha-lipoic acid as a dietary supplement: Molecular mechanisms and therapeutic potential. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - General Subjects, 1790(10), pp.1149-1160.
18. Taksande, B., Chopde, C., Umekar, M. and Kotagale, N. (2015). Agmatine attenuates hyperactivity and weight loss associated with activity-based anorexia in female rats. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 132, pp.136-141.
19. Yin, J., Xing, H. and Ye, J. (2008). Efficacy of berberine in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Metabolism, 57(5), pp.712-717.
20. Anderson, R. (1998). Chromium, Glucose Intolerance and Diabetes. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 17(6), pp.548-555.
21. Anderson, R., Cheng, N., Bryden, N., Polansky, M., Cheng, N., Chi, J. and Feng, J. (1997). Elevated Intakes of Supplemental Chromium Improve Glucose and Insulin Variables in Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes, 46(11), pp.1786-1791.
22. Trivalent chromium and the diabetes prevention program. (1997). Medical Hypotheses, 49(1), pp.47-49.
23. Mergenthaler, P., Lindauer, U., Dienel, G. and Meisel, A. (2013). Sugar for the brain: the role of glucose in physiological and pathological brain function. Trends in Neurosciences, 36(10), pp.587-597.
 

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Nice to see a great product getting better
 
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Thanks to everyone for the positive opinions thus far.

I really hope that everyone will be pleased with the formula. We start shipping to retailers on Monday and I think everyone will be very happy with the price point that it will be available at.
 
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That’s awesome. This is a product I will definitely be purchasing!
 
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You guys won't be disappointed on this one!

Even though I enjoyed the original, this one beats it in every way
 
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You guys won't be disappointed on this one!

Even though I enjoyed the original, this one beats it in every way
I have always been a SNS fan and it is so good to see new releases/reformulation lately :)
 
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I have always been a SNS fan and it is so good to see new releases/reformulation lately :)
It is awesome to see these come around. Steve works tirelessly in the background to get stuff perfect for release, and so it is awesome to see these come to fruition from both a customer point of view and from us as reps.

Focus XT is what drew me to SNS at the beginning and it has remained a loyal staple for almost 6 years. This will only give it new life for more years to come haha
 
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
 
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Very impressive. Depending on price point, this may get a spot in my rotation for another GDA I quite often use.
 
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It is awesome to see these come around. Steve works tirelessly in the background to get stuff perfect for release, and so it is awesome to see these come to fruition from both a customer point of view and from us as reps.

Focus XT is what drew me to SNS at the beginning and it has remained a loyal staple for almost 6 years. This will only give it new life for more years to come haha
Great point. Hats off to Steve, puts in a ton of time behind the scenes to get these products out. Products that are superior to their predecessor in every way. Looking forward to more. Nice to see SNS listening and updating formulas with current science. I don’t expect it to be $20 like the old one but GREAT formula on paper
 
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Very impressive. Depending on price point, this may get a spot in my rotation for another GDA I quite often use.
Appreciate the kind words :D
 
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
I wonder if this could be done... sns8778
 
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
If anyone can do it, it'll be sns8778 ;)
 
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What’s the reason for ALA & NA-RALA?

I’m not being critical, as I’m here to learn
Is there a specific MOA or sysnergy?

Thanks :)
 
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What’s the reason for ALA & NA-RALA?

I’m not being critical, as I’m here to learn
Is there a specific MOA or sysnergy?

Thanks :)
Not want to go in details but to say it simple as possible. Its better combining those than just have 1 of them.
 

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I like the agmatine, berberine and agmatine dosages. After that though, the rest are kind of low and unnecessary.

But all in all, this will be good since those first three are solid.
 

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Bitter melon I mean, not ag twice. Can’t edit on the app for some reason
 
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I like the agmatine, berberine and agmatine dosages. After that though, the rest are kind of low and unnecessary.

But all in all, this will be good since those first three are solid.
I wouldnt say they are low in this combo because the combination is making the formula even more powerful.but if you ran some of them Solo at that dose then it would be a different story
 
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This is the release I’ve been most excited to see for awhile... awesome looking formula that will take it from competing with the most cost effective on the market to just the best overall.

Can not wait to get my hands on some in a few weeks and give it a go!
 
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Looks solid!! I'll definitely be getting a bottle!
 

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Very nice! Recent releases from SNS have been killer!
 
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I wouldnt say they are low in this combo because the combination is making the formula even more powerful.but if you ran some of them Solo at that dose then it would be a different story
This! When combining all these different ingredients into one, you really don't need the full dosing breakdown for each. Even then, the doses aren't anything to blink an eye at. 1g agmatine alone is fire.

I'd personally like to use this with my glucose monitor pre, during, and post meals.
 
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This! When combining all these different ingredients into one, you really don't need the full dosing breakdown for each. Even then, the doses aren't anything to blink an eye at. 1g agmatine alone is fire.

I'd personally like to use this with my glucose monitor pre, during, and post meals.
Good idea :)
 
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Profile looking nice. May give this a try when I need a new gda
 

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Gonna try this after slinmax. Carbs make me fat, so I’ll take any help I can get.
 
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You guys are stepping your game up and it’s been very impressive.

I would love to see an ARA+PA product from you guys. I know it would be exspensive but that would be QUITE the natty anabolic.

I will be purchasing this one
Thank you. We appreciate the kind words and I'm very glad that you're pleased with the profile. This should be shipping to retailers for sale on Monday.

As for the ARA + PA, if enough people want us to, we could do a PA supplement but we wouldn't be able to do them in the same product because that would be an expensive price point for a single product and plus ARA 40% has to be in a soft gel. If we did a PA product, we could always encourage some retailers to offer great stack/set pricing for anyone wanting to stack them together.

Very impressive. Depending on price point, this may get a spot in my rotation for another GDA I quite often use.
I think everyone is going to be extremely pleasantly surprised at the price point on this. Our goal with GlycoPhase was to have the absolute best GDA available at price that is still less expensive that most GDA's out there.

I wonder if this could be done... sns8778
We could do a PA product if the interest is there. We've considered it a couple of times, just now sure how well it would sell at the price point it would have to be because the branded raw materials are so expensive. We couldn't do a PA/ARA all in one product because of price and because 40% ARA has to be in a soft gel but we could always sell them as a stack.

I like the agmatine, berberine and agmatine dosages. After that though, the rest are kind of low and unnecessary.

But all in all, this will be good since those first three are solid.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion & I don't want to come off as disagreeing with you here in my attempt to explain but wanted to address your post.

I wouldn't say that the dosages are low at all.

Here are some thoughts and considerations:
- Saffron is definitely not under dosed in my opinion. When you look at the research on it or even at single ingredient Saffron products being sold for similar purposes, the dosage is spot on.
- 250 mg. total ALA (ALA & Na-R-ALA) is a higher dosage that most GDA's use. Even ALA sold as a stand alone is sold in lower dosages than are used in GlycoPhase.
- Gymnema - we felt that 300 mg. is a good dosage for a GDA. Gymnema can be used at higher dosages for blood sugar control purposes but you have to keep in mind that GlycoPhase is a GDA, not just a blood sugar control product.
- Synergy - GlycoPhase was formulated at what we felt were the effective dosages for specific ingredients to work together to deliver the best results. As Danes pointed out, if you were using just one ingredient it would be a different story. But with a product like a GDA, the goal is for it to work perfectly, not to be too weak but also not to be too strong. We feel like we have definitely accomplished hitting the 'sweet spot' with GlycoPhase.

I wouldnt say they are low in this combo because the combination is making the formula even more powerful.but if you ran some of them Solo at that dose then it would be a different story
Completely agreed. At SNS, we make a ton of single ingredient products so we definitely understand the value of effective dosing on single ingredients but that always apply to combination products, especially GDA's.

This! When combining all these different ingredients into one, you really don't need the full dosing breakdown for each. Even then, the doses aren't anything to blink an eye at. 1g agmatine alone is fire.

I'd personally like to use this with my glucose monitor pre, during, and post meals.
Thank you. We put months and months into developing this product and getting the dosages perfect in our opinions. I'm glad that you are pleased with the Agmatine in there. IMO, the Saffron dosage is a real highlight as well. It's easy to look and see 30 mg. of something and not get too excited but that is the ideal dosage for Saffron for GDA purposes and I think it adds a lot to this formula.
 

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I’ll try it either way and appreciate the response OP. I get what the thoughts were behind the formula and have used the ingredients. In my own experience and thoughts, many of these compounds are not as strong as touted so I don’t necessarily believe in their synergy. But with that said, I still like the choices and definitely those first ones and I know SNS is priced well so I’ll try it more or likely either way.
 
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I’ll try it either way and appreciate the response OP. I get what the thoughts were behind the formula and have used the ingredients. In my own experience and thoughts, many of these compounds are not as strong as touted so I don’t necessarily believe in their synergy. But with that said, I still like the choices and definitely those first ones and I know SNS is priced well so I’ll try it more or likely either way.
Thank you. I think and hope that you will be very pleased with it when you try it. Something to take into consideration that you touched on is that in your experience you say that some GDA ingredients aren't as strong as they are touted to be, but some people are a lot more sensitive to them; so in designing a product, everyone has to be taken into consideration. As you said, I don't think anyone can make an argument that the product would be too weak just based on the first ingredients alone, but we also had to make sure to not make it too strong because the goal of GlycoPhase is to be a true GDA and help you more efficiently utilize insulin (not just lower blood sugar; I point this out not specifically to you, just a lot of people get confused on that when looking at GDA's).

Also, I believe I saw you mention something elsewhere about the ALA dosage. The ALA dosage is higher in this than it is in most stand alone ALA products and is as high or higher than in most other GDA's. We feel that it is the efficient dosage when used in a formula like this and you also have to remember that at some point, there has to be a stopping point as to how much dosage wise will fit into a product and keep it at a reasonable number of capsules. Regular ALA is not an expensive ingredient so if we thought more would be beneficial and if we thought more was worth increasing the number of capsules per serving, we would have added it but we didn't feel it would be beneficial or necessary.

If you do try it, pm me and let me know what you think.
 
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Great upgrade on the profile, good work Jiigzz and SNS! I like the overall look and I agree, sometimes too much emphasis on glucose control is overkill
 
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Great upgrade on the profile, good work Jiigzz and SNS! I like the overall look and I agree, sometimes too much emphasis on glucose control is overkill
Thank you. We put a ton of work into this one. I'm glad that you like the formula and I think everyone is going to love the price point it's going to be sold at :)
 

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Thank you. We put a ton of work into this one. I'm glad that you like the formula and I think everyone is going to love the price point it's going to be sold at :)
Sorry if i missd it, but when will the new formula be available?
 

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Thank you. We put a ton of work into this one. I'm glad that you like the formula and I think everyone is going to love the price point it's going to be sold at :)
Sorry if i missd it, but when will the new formula be available?
 
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And so its available now from your site?
No, the site is still not quite finished... literally any day now (or so we keep hearing ughhh). You'll start seeing it pop up on retailer sites likely this week.
 
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Wow nice .. i know SNS team worked super hard on getting this done

looks great
 
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This is more then a GDA ..great job on full dosages , SNS never cheaps out
 
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And so its available now from your site?
No, new site is still underconstruction

As for all the new products that we are releasing are being shipped to retailers
 
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This looks amazing !
Please tell me why this looks amazing compared to the other GDA's on the market: Slintensity, Slin-Max, Glycoshield, etc.
 
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Please tell me why this looks amazing compared to the other GDA's on the market: Slintensity, Slin-Max, Glycoshield, etc.
I can tell you very simple.
1. Quality of raws.
2. The combination of ingredients (to much of everything is to much in general).
 

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