If you follow me on social media, you’ll already be aware of changes that I have made since last summer to improve my blood sugar, due to ongoing insulin resistance due to gestational diabetes in my last pregnancy. Some changes that I have made have included starting a medication called Metformin, eating blood sugar balancing meals, cutting out alcohol and generally being more mindful when it comes to eating.
Something which I am currently trialing is a product called NutriKaneD, which is an Australian supplement designed to lower and control blood sugar levels. The product has been scientifically developed and tested in Australian hospitals, and with more than 5 million people in the UK living with diabetes, it’s good to see a product on the market which could potentially support so many people.
- Red Sorghum
- Sugar Kane fibre (sugar removed)
- Orange flavour and natural gums
NutriKane D is also suitable for various special dietary requirements, including vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free.
Two benefits which I am excited about are that it improves insulin resistance sensitivity and lowers the GI index of foods. So far, I have seen positive results when checking my blood sugar after meals. I have been having a glass of NutriKane D once a day before my evening meal and then testing my bloods 2 hours later. I will increase this to twice a day soon, and will come back with a full review on my thoughts on taste, quality and how it has benefited me so far.
I will say though that I love that it comes in a powder form as it has been easy for me to mix in with my smoothies. It comes with a scoop which you then mix with 250ml water or you can stir it into juice, smoothies or yoghurt. The convenience is great.
*I was sent the product in return for an honest and unbiased review