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SLYN Is Not Your Ordinary Gda. It's for People Who Want to Maximize Their Lives and Make the Most of Every Gram of Carbs. There Were No Carbs Left Behind.


The last thing you want to do while trying to build a lean and muscular physique is for your body to retain carbs as body fat. To avoid this, a glucose disposal agent (GDA) is an excellent supplement to any workout and diet regimen. A GDA's goal is to assist shuttle nutrients (such as glucose) into the muscle, which not only provides the body with energy but also aids in the regeneration of torn-down muscle fibres during exercise. Because you're better able to control how your body uses glucose, you'll be able to boost your weight reduction efforts.

SLYN is intended to be taken before high-carb meals to help you use nutrients more efficiently and effectively without generating an insulin surge. Instead of having blood sugar levels that resemble a rollercoaster, SLYN can help you achieve a more regulated and stable blood sugar level. Furthermore, because SLYN transports nutrients into the muscles, you can get a pump and natural muscle volumization without even lifting a weight.

Avoid the "carb coma" and put your carbs to work!



Momordica charantia (bitter melon) has been utilized by traditional medicine practitioners for ages to treat a range of diseases. Bitter melon includes three bioactive chemicals with hypoglycemic properties: charantin, vicine, and polypeptide-p, an insulin-like molecule. Several pre-clinical investigations have established M. charantia's and hypoglycemic effects via several suggested pathways. Charantin, in particular, has been shown in studies to reduce blood glucose levels. According to other research, bitter melon may inhibit glycogen production in the liver while improving glucose absorption and utilization.

NA-R-ALA – (200MG)

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a fatty acid and antioxidant present in all cells that plays an important function in energy metabolism. According to research, ALA may boost glucose absorption and AMPK activation, resulting in reduced fasting blood sugar, hunger suppression, and greater energy expenditure. The sodium version of the R isomer of ALA, which is the most stable and accessible form of ALA available, is known as Na-R-ALA. It functions in the same way as Alpha Lipoic Acid, but to a higher extent. Anecdotally, Na-R-ALA is known to improve muscular pumps during training due to enhanced glucose absorption in skeletal muscle tissue.


Berberine is well-known in the field of glucose disposal. According to research, it helps with glycemic management and insulin sensitivity. Berberine, in particular, has been shown to increase glucose absorption into skeletal muscle through activating AMPK. AMPK is a "master energy regulator" whose activation has been demonstrated to promote mitochondrial biogenesis in skeletal muscle cells, improve insulin sensitivity, and decrease fat accumulation. According to certain studies, berberine may be able to promote glucose absorption into muscle cells even if the cell is insulin resistant. 

As beneficial as berberine is, it causes GI distress in many people. GlucoVantage is a berberine derivative known as Dihydroberberine (DHB). Preliminary study reveals that Dihydroberberine has more bioavailability and activity than berberine (5x more bioavailable/absorbable and 2x longer-lasting) and does not cause GI upset. 

GS4 PLUS® – (300MG)

Gymnema sylvestre is a Southeast Asian herb that has a long history of usage in encouraging good blood glucose and cholesterol levels. Researchers have yet to pinpoint the exact mechanism by which gymnema promotes healthy blood glucose levels, but they believe it is a combination of increasing insulin, promoting islet cell regeneration, and increasing glucose utilization by upregulating the activities of enzymes responsible for glucose utilization via insulin-dependent pathways. Gymnema may even help lower glucose absorption from the colon, according to researchers. 

According to a comprehensive assessment of the research on gymnema sylvestre, it may also help lower plasma glucose levels, leptin levels, body weight, and even BMI. Gymnemic acid formulations have also been demonstrated to be effective in the treatment of obesity.


The banaba plant's leaves are high in corosolic acid, a bioactive molecule that is thought to stimulate GLUT4 translocation. The insulin-responsive glucose transporter gene GLUT4 is found throughout the body. Additional research indicates that corosolic acid promotes glycolysis, glucose transport, and insulin sensitivity, resulting in improved glucose regulation and utilization. Banaba may potentially help with weight reduction because it has been demonstrated to block the pancreatic lipase enzyme (which is responsible for fat absorption).


Agmatine, derived from arginine, is a well-known nitric oxide support supplement with some fascinating glucose disposal and nutrition partitioning capabilities. Agmatine can act on imidazoline receptors), which results in the production of -endorphin, a neuropeptide that can dispose of blood glucose into skeletal muscle tissue (whether exercised or at rest). As a result, agmatine can lower blood glucose via adrenal gland-dependent rather than pancreatic (insulin-dependent) mechanisms.


Cinnamon is a food that has been demonstrated to potentially slow the pace at which glucose enters the body. It may also enhance cellular glucose utilization. Cinnamon has also been linked to enhanced glucose absorption and glycogen production in vitro. Cinnamon may also increase insulin sensitivity in the brain and reduce liver fat, according to animal research. Supplementation with cinnamonaldehyde (one of the key bioactives in cinnamon) has been shown to assist better glucose and lipid homeostasis.


BioPerine is the industry's first patented piperine-standardized black pepper extract. BioPerine promotes increased nutritional bioavailability by inhibiting enzymes that metabolize nutrients (such as CYP3A4) as well as proteins that aid in first-pass drug removal (such as P-glycoprotein).


Chromium is a trace mineral that is essential for several biological processes, including cholesterol production and insulin metabolism. According to research, those with type 2 diabetes have lower chromium levels than those who do not have the condition. Additional research suggests that chromium supplementation may help glucose clearance and blood sugar stability, minimizing unnecessary blood sugar spikes as well as carb "comas" associated with high-carb meals.