GlucoMetasyn is a food supplement produced in France by OTC Trade.
The company’s track record as a supplement manufacturer is exemplary and they produce another product (a fat blocker called LipoMetasyn).
OTC Trade products are manufactured in factories that conform with strict European standards and they only use non-GMO ingredients taken from plants that have been farmed using organic farming methods.
Although this does not guarantee an effective product, the quality of the ingredients used in both the company’s products is likely to be unusually good because they are obtained by supercritical fluid extraction. This method is known to be extremely effective and provides an extract that is more pure and potent than extracts obtained using normal extraction techniques.
Promised Benefits and Key Selling Points
- Kosher and Halal certified
- Helps prevent metabolic syndrome
- Improves carbohydrate metabolism
- Controls blood sugar levels
- Lowers cholesterol
- Assists weight loss
The OTC Trade website contains a page full of information about metabolic syndrome. This suggests the product is probably primarily intended for people who are suffering from the disorder.
People with metabolic syndrome often have a range of symptoms, which can include excess fat around the waist, elevated blood pressure, and high cholesterol levels.
If GlucoMetasyn is capable of doing the things the marketing material says it will, it could have the potential to save lives because people who have metabolic syndrome are more susceptible to heart attacks.
However, although the pills may offer benefits that could influence the body weight for the better, they cannot and should not be seen as being a diet pill. They are incapable of suppressing the appetite or directly influencing fat burning ability, and are unlikely to give dieters the kind of support they need.
Key Ingredients and Blend Potential
Each GlucoMetasyn capsule contains:
- Fénugrec (500mg): Although many people see fenugreek as nothing more than a cooking spice, it’s believed to possess many medicinal qualities and is alleged to promote a healthy heart. According to one reliable source, fenugreek may be capable of lowering blood sugar levels, raising “good” cholesterol levels, and helping keep “bad” cholesterol levels under control. The ingredient can also improve the appetite though. This could make GlucoMetasyn a poor choice for anyone who is trying to lose weight and already has difficulty in saying “no” to food.
- Nigella (600mg): Sometimes called “black seed”, nigelle sativa has been valued as a medicine for more than 2000 years and traditional uses include the treatment of toothache, asthma, and hemorrhoids. It is also believed to be capable of lowering elevated blood pressure and cholesterol levels, but further study is required all around.
GlucoMetasyn Side Effects
If OTC Trade are aware of any side effects they fail to mention it in their marketing material, but nigella is an anticoagulant, so GlucoMetasyn is unlikely to be suitable for people suffering from bleeding disorders or for anyone who is about to undergo surgery.
It also modulates blood sugar levels. This may make the product a poor option for anyone who is diabetic. GlucoMetasyn will not be a suitable option for pregnant or nursing mothers. Anyone who has existing health problems will need to ask a doctor’s advice before using this supplement. People who are using medication will need to be equally cautious.
Where to Buy GlucoMetasyn
You can buy GlucoMetasyn from the OTC Trade website at a cost of 31,95 € per box (contains 36 capsules). Customers who add an extra box or two to their order, or buy one box of GlucoMetasyn and a box of LipoMetasyn, receive a small discount.
GlucoMetasyn is not backed by a money back guarantee as far as we can ascertain
If you are looking for a good diet pill, GlucoMetasyn is poor choice. At best, weight loss is only likely to be a secondary effect but it is conceivable that the formulation may offer limited value to people who are already losing weight by using a combination of diet and exercise.
There is also a chance the appetite boosting abilities of fenugreek may make it harder for GlucoMetasyn users to stick to a calorie controlled diet.
Looking at the abilities of the two ingredients used in the formulation, GlucoMetasyn is likely to be a better option for people who have high cholesterol levels, but we fail to see why the product would be particularly good for people with metabolic syndrome, and anybody suffering from the disorder would probably only be aware of it if their doctor had diagnosed it.
In a situation such as that the doctor would also be likely to prescribe/recommend the correct treatment and make suggestions for any lifestyle changes that may be required.