The ‘supercharger’ cream has been created by a New Zealand-based company that is aiming to improve the health of women who suffer from high blood sugar levels.
The company’s founder, Dr Lisa Giese, says the cream reduces stomach fat and improves blood sugar control.
The cream is being developed in collaboration with scientists at the University of Auckland and the University Health Network.
It comes with the added benefit of reducing insulin resistance, which is the condition in which blood sugar is not naturally controlled.
Dr Gieses work has led to the development of the supercharged cream, which reduces stomach acid and blood sugar while boosting the absorption of nutrients and minerals in the stomach.
“It’s a very simple formula,” Dr Giesi says.
The formula is a mix of ingredients including glycerin, glycerine, arginine, magnesium chloride and calcium chloride.
She says the secret to its potency is the combination of the two.
This means that there is no added sugar in the formula and it’s free of any preservatives or preservative-containing substances.
As well as reducing the number of calories a woman needs per day, Dr Gis says the supercharger cream will help with weight loss and improve the digestive health of those who are sensitive to carbohydrates.
Her company is now working on making it available in more countries, but the NZ team is currently developing the cream in New Zealand and plans to bring it to the US, Europe and Australia.
But it’s not the only new product Dr Givese is developing.
With a focus on the women’s health, Drs Gies and Gies are also developing a cream to reduce blood sugar and improve insulin sensitivity.
In a press release, the company says the product will be available in the US this spring and will be manufactured in New England, the UK and Australia, and will start on the market in 2019.
However, the cream is currently only available in New York, and the team is now looking to expand to other states.
If you want to get a flavour of Dr Griese’s work, check out this post about her new product.