You probably already know I’m into “natural”, “healthy”, blah blah blah. You may be, too. If you’re not and wondering why a natural glucose tablet may be worthwhile, this here is especially for you.
First of all, I know many of you treat lows with candy and fruit juice. Sometimes I have no choice but to use something like that, as well. However, when we’re low the fastest thing we can use to bring up our sugar is glucose and that’s why glucose tablets are a smart choice. The problem is they contain artificial flavors, colors, and genetically modified ingredients which over the course of time is not going to support our health.
Glucolift glucose tablets are created by a fellow diabetic. They don’t have anything artificial and they don’t have a yucky chalky taste to them. We received some bottles to try out and Ana and I really loved them. What struck me though, was just how much I missed them when I ran out and went back to my old glucose tablets. I almost gagged. So perhaps at first taste Glucolift tablets don’t taste very different-after all they still have the same 4 grams of glucose per tablet, but once you go from these to the regular artificially flavored tablets, oh you’ll know the difference.
Let’s face it, when we’re low, we sometimes want to make the experience a little less crappy so we dig into ice cream or candy. The truth is that we do best by relying on what our body is in immediate need of and that is glucose. We also do best to enjoy the way our glucose tablets taste so the experience isn’t a complete drag.
So we love the taste: I love the cherry the most, Ana loves the wildberry flavor the most, and others have reported that they are head over heels for the orange cream flavor. We love the easy flip lid that allows easy access while trembly and low. And we love that someone acted to fill a diabetic consumer void.
We’re happy to give this product a big thumbs up.
If you’re interested, you can order at Amazon! I’m going to get my cherry tablets right now.