GLUCOSE MANAGEMENT

For non-diabetics, made easy

Managing your blood sugar levels does more than just prevent diabetes. Find out what you can do from the comfort of home.

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Why your glucose levels matter

Manage weight

Controlling glucose levels can help manage weight and initiate weight loss

Improve Energy

Increase energy

Managing your blood sugar can increase energy levels and minimize slumps

Reduce Diabetes Risk

Reduce diabetes risk

1 in 3 Americans are prediabetic—reduce risk by optimizing glucose levels

Increase Longevity

Increase longevity

Studies show that optimized glucose levels decrease risk of age-related diseases

Why your glucose levels matter

How to optimize your glucose levels

Reduce Overall Blood Sugar Levels

Reduce overall blood sugar levels

  • Eat balanced, carb-smart meals
  • Exercise regularly
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Use a CGM to establish baseline blood sugar levels
  • Consider Metformin to decrease your glucose levels

Prevent glucose spikes

  • Plan meals consistently
  • Get plenty of sleep each night
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  • Avoid sugary foods and drinks
  • Consider Acarbose and Metformin to decrease spikes
Prevent Glucose Spikes
Monitor Your Glucose Levels

Monitor your glucose levels

  • Use a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM)
  • Track how your diet, exercise and lifestyle affect blood sugar
  • Understand overall glucose levels and see what causes spikes
  • Monitor effectiveness of treatments like Metformin and Acarbose
  • Use periodically to track progress and level set

Available treatments

Talk to your healthcare provider to see if a glucose management plan is right for you. Prescription products require an online consultation with a physician who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. See product page for important safety information. Benefits outlined on agelessrx.com are based on 3rd party studies.

Note: The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.