YesNutri Diabest Capsules


Insulin and Glucose

After a meal, food is broken down by the digestive system into small sugar molecules, glucose. Glucose is transported to the whole body in blood, while insulin assists glucose to be taken up by body cells for energy or storage. When the body does not produce enough insulin, or the cells do not respond appropriately to the insulin, blood sugar could not be utilized effectively. When glucose built up in the blood exceeds the capacity of kidney, it will be excreted in urine.[1-2] Proper diet and physical exercise may help improve insulin sensitivity.[1-2]

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Product Name:

YesNutri Diabest Capsules

Pack Size:

60 Tablets

Place of Origin:

Vitamins For Life: 248 Wagner Street, Middlesex, NJ 08846, U.S.A.

Recommended Daily Dose/ Direction:

Adults take 1-2 capsules daily or as directed by physicians.

Nutrition Information:


  • need to urinate frequently [1-2]
  • being exceptionally thirsty [1-2]
  • weight loss due to over consumption of body store of protein and fat [1-2]
  • feeling weak and tired [1-2]
  • slow recovery of wounds [1-2]
  • blurred vision due to retinopathy [1-2]
  • loss of sensation due to peripheral neuropathies [1]
  • vascular lesions and gangrene [1]
  • itchy skin and susceptible to yeast infections [3]
  • ache, jerkiness or paralysis of legs [1]


Active ingredients

Fenugreek Seeds mainly come from South East Europe, West Asia, India, North Africa or the US. The seeds are rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan which helps to support cardiovascular health.[4] Researches suggested that adding fenugreek seeds to the diet can promote overall health. [5]


Gymnema Sylvestre contains bioactive organic acid. It is found in the Western Ghats in South India. In ancient times, Ayurvedic physicians observed that chewing a few leaves of Gymnema suppressed the taste of sweet. It came to be known as “sugar destroyer”. The roots and leaves of this herb are being used to control food cravings, help in weight management, block intestinal absorption of sugar and excrete sugar through digestive system.[6]


Banaba Leaf is a species of Lagerstroemia speciosa. It has been used in the Philippines as a health tea since ancient time. One of the active ingredients in banaba leaf is corosolic acid. Moreover, it contains amino acids, dietary fibers, calcium, iron, and antioxidants such as tannic acid and polyphenols, which help speed up waste excretion and improve health disorders.[7]


Chromium Polynicotinate blocks glycosylation which is a process which contributes to aging. It also helps in body shape, fat burning and firming up muscles. [8]


Cinnamon Bark belongs to family Lauraceae. It is a spice which can assist digestion. It can also improve antioxidant status.[9]


Cellulose is an organic compound in form of polysaccharide. It is the structural component of the primary cell wall of green plants. It improves intestinal peristalsis and egestion. It has a favorable effect on excretion.[10]


Magnesium has been shown to relieve severe problems of the retina. Several studies suggested that taking magnesium supplements can help in absorption and excretion.[11]

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