DIA-BEAT-IT! - Adjunctive Diabetes, Pancreas, Blood Glucose & Metabolic Support*
DIA-BEAT-IT! Diabetes, Pancreas, Blood Glucose and Metabolic Support* (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Does your pet need a nutritional boost related to problems with diabetes, pancreatic problems or metabolic disorders? Dia-Beat-It to the rescue!
DIA-BEAT-IT! contains prebiotic inulin, probiotics Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, oligofructanes (FOS), antioxidants, tannins, flavonoids, chlorophyll, vitamin B complex, trace minerals, digestive enzymes and proteins, used holistically to help promote pancreatic and liver health; phytochemicals (healthy plant chemicals) may encourage pancreatic function to produce insulin; may help nutritionally balance adequate insulin levels and may help improve insulin utilization; may help support normal blood sugar levels; may help as an antioxidant support to counteract symptoms of Diabetes Type I and Diabetes Type II.
Dia-Beat-It is used holistically as an adjunctive to help lower glucose levels in the blood and may help improve the glycemic index; may help reduce the occurrence of insulin resistance; due to its prebiotic and probiotic content, may help improve digestion and may help support healthy bacteria native to your pet's digestive system; and astringent and tonic actions may help purify and cleanse the blood. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
DIA-BEAT-IT has shown in a clinical study to help benefit 85% of diabetic test subjects by presenting less insulin intolerance after 3-6 months of use, with 95% of subjects requiring reduced insulin levels overall.
Also used by holistic veterinarians in the holistic support of hypoglycemia; to increase peripheral and muscle glucose utilization by the body, important for symptoms of neuropathy; may help inhibit glucose production by liver cells; may help promote cardiovascular health by reducing the risk of arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis related to insulin resistance and may help reduce the risk of osteoporosis by improving calcium absorption. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
DIA-BEAT-IT may also help support heart related function, including to help improve cholesterol levels; may help provide heart support for all types of Heart Disease; may help with hyperlipidemia and lipid and triglyceride support by helping remove excess fatty lipids from the blood and may help nutritionally boost immunity; and due to its nutritive content, may help strengthen bones and teeth. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Rich in Prebiotics and Probiotics Bifid bacterium & Lactobacillus, B complex, and macro and micro trace minerals, Dia-Beat-It may help to balance native gut flora and aid digestion; which may be useful for digestive disorders including dyspepsia, ulcers, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, (IBD) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome, (IBS). (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
Secondary therapeutic indications may also help support bladder and kidney infections; Feline cholangiohepatitis, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV); Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) and Feline Urinary Syndrome (FUS). (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
DIA-BEAT-IT is not a cure for diabetes Type 1 or Type 2, nor is it a substitute for correct dietary habits and medications. (* As recommended by holistic veterinarians for use under a traditional medical system)
ALS, Adult, Senior, Puppy, Kitten: for animals with or at risk for diabetes; to promote healthy glucose metabolism and insulin function; antioxidant; for pancreatic and endocrine support; for animals with metabolic disorders; for pets with hypoglycemia.
Liquid extract; Smallanthus sonchifolia Yacon; Cynara scolymus L. Artichoke; Stevia leaves, Pasuchaca
The leaves have demonstrated the ability to lower blood sugar levels. Diabetic pets should be screened by their vet before and while using Yacon to monitor their blood sugar levels accordingly as medications may need adjustment.
None reported for internal use.
Stevia leaf (when used at dosages higher than recommended) has been documented to have a hypoglycemic effect. Animals with diabetes should use high amounts of stevia with caution and have their blood sugar levels monitored as medications may need adjusting. Documented hypotensive, (lowers blood pressure). Do not exceed suggested dosage. Pets with low blood pressure and those taking anti-hypertensive drugs should avoid using large amounts of stevia and monitor their blood pressure levels accordingly for possible effects.
Contraindicated for pregnant and nursing pets.
The leaves may enhance the effect of insulin and diabetic drugs.
Artichoke extracts have been documented to lower blood cholesterol and may potentiate the effects of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.
May interact with hypoglycemic medications.
The leaves will enhance the effect of insulin and diabetic drugs.
In some animals, artichoke can cause some side effects such as intestinal gas and allergic reactions, although gastrointestinal disturbances generally are related to administering high dosages. Animals at the greatest risk of allergic reactions are those who are allergic to plants such as marigolds, daisies, and other similar herbs. Artichoke may cause an allergic reaction in dog/cats that are sensitive to the Asteraceae or Compositae family, including ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and many others. If your dog/cat has allergies, be sure to check with your Vet prior to using artichoke.
Diabetics and animals with hypoglycemia should use this product with caution and monitor blood sugar levels closely in anticipation of possible effects. Animals with gall bladder disease should use artichoke only under medical supervision. Not enough is known about the use of artichoke during pregnancy and lactation. Useof artichoke might worsen bile duct obstruction by increasing bile flow. If your pet has this condition, donï¿½Ûªt use artichoke without first discussing this with your Vet as artichoke might make gallstones worse by increasing bile flow.
Stevia leaf (when used at dosages higher than recommended) has been documented to have a hypoglycemic effect. Animals with diabetes should use high amounts of stevia with caution and have their blood sugar levels monitored as medications may need adjusting. Documented hypotensive, (lowers blood pressure).
Cautioned for use in pregnant or lactating animals.
Dogs and cats up to 12 pounds: 2.5 ml, one time daily.
Dogs and cats 13+ pounds: 2.5 ml, two times daily