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Diamistab

  • A base d'huile de son de riz, cannelle et chrome
  • Contrôle du sucre
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Diami STAB est un complément alimentaire à base d'huile de son de riz de canelle, et de chrome.


Diamistab est une association de plantes  de son de riz de canelle et de chrome.

Avec l'évolution de nos modes de vie, de nombreux facteurs de risque accentuent la menace du diabète  du fait d'une: alimentation riche et grasse et un  appauvrissement en nutriments essentiels

Diamistab est composé de :

  • huile de son de riz
  • cannelle
  • Chrome

 

La législation européenne ne nous autorise pas à vous informer sur l'huile de son de riz ni la cannelle. Si vous souhaitez en savoir davantage, nous vous invitons à vous renseigner dans la littérature scientifique.

Conseils d'utilisation de DiamiSTAB

2 à 3 capsules par jour à prendre avant les repas avec un verre d'eau, matin, midi et soir.

Recommandation

Il est important d'adoptez une alimentation saine et équilibrée et de faire régulièrement de l'exercice.

Tenir hors de portée des enfants, conserver à l'abri de la lumière et dans un endroit sec.

Lorsque vous faites un bon repas, que vous vous sentez stressé ou que vous avez besoin d'un apport important d'énergie, vous pouvez prendre Diami STAB.

Bibliographie

A titre indicatif, voici des liens vous permettant de vous renseigner sur les produits contenus dans Diamistab. Cela ne constitue en rien une allégation thérapeutique de notre part.

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15. A pilot study of chromium picolinate for weight loss. Yazaki Y, Faridi Z, et al. J Altern Complement Med. 2010 Mar;16(3):291. 

16. Chromium picolinate supplementation in women: effects on body weight, composition, and iron status. Lukaski HC, Siders WA, Penland JG. Nutrition. 2007 Mar;23(3):187-95.

17. Improved cognitive-cerebral function in older adults with chromium supplementation. Krikorian R, Eliassen JC, et al. Nutr Neurosci. 2010 Jun;13(3):116-22. 

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