Glucose Tolerance Factor

Definition of Glucose Tolerance Factor:

A compound containing chromium that aids insulin in regulating blood sugar levels.

Also: GTF

Topics Related to Glucose Tolerance Factor

Chromium a treatment
“...The organic complexes of chromium, such as glucose tolerance factor (GTF), are absorbed better, at about 10-20%...”
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“Chromium is a mineral that becomes a part of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF)...”
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Chromium Deficiency

...the condition
“Chromium was long thought to be a toxic mineral until it was discovered in 1957 to be the essential part of Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF)...”

Diabetes Type II

...recommendation Chromium
“Chromium combines with niacin to form Gluten Tolerance Factor (GTF), which works with insulin to help the body use glucose...”
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...the condition
“...Possible cause of this response is gastric dumping, too large an insulin response (pancreatic problems) and glucose tolerance factor problems (liver problems)...”

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) a treatment
“...Niacin, mainly as nicotinic acid, helps in the regulation of blood sugar (as part of glucose tolerance factor) in people with hypoglycemia problems and gives all of us a greater ability to handle stress...”
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