Best-Selling Wellness Author Recommends Chromium Supplementation for Diabetics


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Chicago, Illinois. December 23, 2006 Dr. Nicholas Perricone, known as a leading expert on wellness and anti-aging, has just published his sixth book, “7 Secrets to Beauty, Health and Longevity: The Miracle of Cellular Rejuvenation. ”

In his latest, best-selling offering, Dr. Perricone addresses diabetes and shares with readers his discovery of an over-the-counter supplement that helps to promote better health for diabetics.

“There are several key nutrients that help control blood sugar”, Perricone says, “including chromium “polynicotinate, ” also known as NCB (niacin-bound chromium).

Chromium is a very important trace mineral that promotes normal insulin function and is essential for proper protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism.

As any anti-aging scientist well knows, elevated levels of insulin and blood sugar significantly accelerate cellular aging. Research now shows that the type of chromium known as NBC has a superior anti-aging profile. ”

Perricone discusses studies that have been conducted at Georgetown University Medical Center, by Dr. Harry Preuss, which reveal that Chromium polynicotinate (a generic term for ChromeMate):

  • Promotes proper insulin function and normal blood sugar levels

  • Promotes healthy blood cholesterol levels, normal blood pressure and cardiovascular health

  • Promotes healthy body weight and lean body mass.

    “Nutrition experts report that generally Americans have a chromium deficiency – low levels of chromium are associated with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

    Dr. Perricone notes that based on studies conducted at Georgetown University, the special niacin-bound chromium was found to be the “most efficacious”.

    For best results, Dr. Perricone recommends taking a niacin-bound chromium supplement daily, with a recommended dosage of 200 micrograms.

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