SugarCare Sprinkles

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Benefits :

Mulberry Leaf Extracts in this product:

  • Helps in regulating blood sugar levels 1
  • Promotes increased insulin sensitivity 2
  • Aids in preventing blood sugar spikes 3
  • Contributes towards harmonising your appetite. 4
  • Assists in improving gut health 5
  • Antioxidant effect 6
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About The Product

The clever and simple solution to manage diabetes: Sprinkle it and enjoy! Rasha’s SugarCare Sprinkles feature Mulberry Leaf Extract to reduce blood sugar levels in women by blocking carbohydrate digestion and boosting insulin sensitivity. Take your health in your hands now!

Is this meant for me?

SugarCare Sprinkles are not only a fun way to improve your food, but they also come with a huge health benefit! It’s the smart way to fight diabetes – they block the absorption of carbs in the gut, lower blood sugar levels, increase insulin sensitivity, and make you feel full for a longer time. Therefore, they are the perfect way to take care of your blood sugar levels and may prevent you from developing diabetes. Any woman or girl can benefit from integrating SugarCare Sprinkles into their daily routine and it is so easy to use! Just sprinkle them over your food right before eating and enjoy your meal guilt-free.

Recommended use

Super easy to use! Sprinkle SugarCare Sprinkles on your food right before consuming. You can use up to 2 packets a day or as directed by your healthcare professional.

NOT FOR MEDICAL USE
This product is a Health supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients

Non GMO

Non-GMO

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

GMP certified

FSSAI approved

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient Sprinkles

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient powder melts

Ingredients

Ingredients

FAQs

FAQs

SugarCare Sprinkles have numerous benefits –

Mulberry Leaf Extracts in this product:

  • Helps in regulating blood sugar levels 
  • Promotes increased insulin sensitivity 
  • Aids in preventing blood sugar spikes 
  • Contributes towards harmonising your appetite. 
  • Assists in improving gut health 
  • Antioxidant effect

Diabetes is one of the most common health issues globally and has many complications attached to it. Studies have found that a well-balanced diet and regular exercise are the key to prevent diabetes. But cooking and eating healthy can be time-consuming and costly – this is where Rasha’s SugarCare Sprinkles comes in! Just sprinkle it over your food and enjoy your meal guilt-free. It helps in weight loss by blocking carb absorption, lowering blood sugar levels, increasing insulin sensitivity, and making you feel full for longer periods of time.

Super easy to use! Sprinkle SugarCare Sprinkles on your food right before consuming. You can use up to 2 sachets a day or as directed by your healthcare professional.

 

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.

20 sachets are included in this package, which you can take 1-2 times in a day.

References

References

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3.4 Zhang L, Su S, Zhu Y, et al. Mulberry leaf active components alleviate type 2 diabetes and its liver and kidney injury in db/db mice through insulin receptor and TGF-β/Smads signaling pathway. Biomed Pharmacother. 2019;112:108675. doi:10.1016/j.biopha.2019.108675 [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30780108/] Accessed on 27/12/23

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6.4 Jan, B., et al. (2021). "Nutritional constituents of mulberry and their potential applications in food and pharmaceuticals: A review." Saudi J Biol Sci 28(7): 3909-3921. [https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34220247/] (Accessed on 27/12/23)

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3 reviews for SugarCare Sprinkles

  1. Jasmine

    Super impressed by the design and packaging of the product. Easy to open and sustainable. I am adding a few more in my cart today!

  2. Shakti

    Sometimes, the best thing about the product is the way they create it. A product which has sprinkles and fights diabetes? I was in awe. I have seen the results and i am very impressed by Rasha’s ingredients

  3. Kanika Chavhan

    It’s like the packaging says. Sprinkle it, love it! AND I DO. I am very grateful to have this product at my home. Even my mother uses it on a daily basis.

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