Indian herbal extract regulates blood sugar, cholesterol

NEW DELHI - An Indian herbal extract has been found to help people maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

Gymnema sylvestre grows in the Indian subcontinent and has been used as a natural folk medicine for maintaining optimal health since 6000 BC. Several Indian tribes have used its leaves for centuries as a folk remedy.

It has been clinically proven that the extract helps maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels. No side effects have been reported, according to a statement from Ayurveda International, one of the firms preparing the extract from the herb.

The firm’s CEO Arun K. Chatterji said: “This brings a truly unique health solution to millions of people worldwide.”

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