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Tri Sense


A blend of natural ingredients, including cinnamon extract, green tea extract, chromium, manganese, and vitamin D3.

Five natural products to help control glucose.

Our newly-reformulated Tri Sense brings together five natural insulin sensitizers: cinnamon extract, green tea extract, chromium, manganese, and vitamin D3 as a measure for blood sugar regulation for PCOS.

Tri Sense is a great complement to DCI or myo-inositol therapy for women with PCOS, these glucose control supplements can be helpful for anyone with insulin resistance issues such as metabolic syndrome or diabetes.

This formula uses only leucine, an essential amino acid, as a flow agent. There are no other inactive ingredients, besides the vegetable capsule. No preservatives, no magnesium stearate, no artificial colors or flavors.


Cinnamon Bark Extract (Cinnulin PF®) — 125 mg
A 20:1 cinnamon extract with no coumarin.

Green Tea Leaf Extract — 360 mg
90% Polyphenols, including 162 mg EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) Green tea contains powerful anti-oxidants, which have been shown to be beneficial in a multitude of ways. Most notably for women with PCOS, polyphenols in green tea have been shown to reduce fasting glucose, insulin, and hemoglobin A1c levels, and consumption of tea has been shown to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Chromium Polynicotinate (ChromeMate®) — 1000 mcg
Chromium is an essential trace element. Supplementation has been shown to have beneficial effects in people with varying degrees of glucose intolerance ranging from mild glucose intolerance to PCOS to type 2 diabetes.

Manganese Citrate — 2 mg
An in vivo animal study suggests that the combination of manganese and DCI is much more effective than either alone in reducing glucose levels. In the study, test subjects’ blood glucose levels were reduced (over two hours) by 21% with the administration of DCI. With the addition of manganese, the reduction was increased to 47%.

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) — 1000 IU
Vitamin D deficiency is common in women with PCOS, and is associated with metabolic risk factors such as insulin resistance and low “good” cholesterol levels.



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