Insulin Balance

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Celarity Insulin Balance Formula


Elevated insulin and blood sugar levels are at the core of the health crisis in the United States. In fact, high insulin levels are associated with:

  • Fat Storage
  • Obesity
  • Blood Sugar Instability
  • Inflammation
  • Diabetes
  • Other inflammation related diseases (heart disease, cancer, etc.)
The insulin and blood sugar crisis paints an awfully bleak picture. 1 in 4 people suffer from type 2 diabetes. 1 in 3 people suffer from pre-diabetes. In just 5 years, it's estimated 30% of these pre-diabetics will have full-blown diabetes.

If you want to avoid diabetes and maintain a healthy body weight, balancing your blood sugar naturally is crucial. Insulin Balance by Celarity is designed to help your body regulate insulin levels and balance your blood sugar naturally.



Insulin Balance by Celarity is an extraordinary combination of nutrients and herbs to support healthy glucose metabolism. This comprehensive blend of 8 powerful ingredients have a synergistic effect to greatly help your body maintain healthy insulin levels. Insulin Balance was designed to provide nutritional support for glucose and insulin metabolism, while supporting healthy blood lipid levels. We recommend that you combine Insulin Balance with a low carb diet (like the Heal Yourself Diet) for optimal results.

  • Supports Healthy Insulin Sensitivity
  • Supports Healthy Glucose Metabolism
  • Supports Healthy Blood Lipid Levels
  • Reduces Cravings


Thiamin activates glyceraldehyde phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH). Decreased availability of this enzyme has been implicated in diabetes complications such as blindness, nerve damage, kidney failure, stroke and cardiovascular disease.[1] Thiamin repletion in the case of a six year-old girl with diabetes caused by a genetic mutation effecting thiamine transport demonstrated its benefits.[2] Thiamin deficiency may cause diabetic neuropathy by decreasing transketolase, needed for normal myelinization and thiamine monophasphatase, needed for primary sensory neuron function.[3]

Niacin is required for lipid metabolism, tissue respiration and glycogenolysis. It may preserve and protect Beta cells.[4] Niacinamide improved insulin secretion in lean diabetics who had failed drug treatment.[5]

Chromium and Biotin synergistically improve glucose tolerance.[6,7] Biotin, in large doses (5-15 mgs) enhances the effects of enzymes involved in glucose metabolism. One small study demonstrated reversal of diabetic neuropathy.[8] Chromium polynicotinate, preferred for its bioavailability and biological activity may increase insulin receptor sensitivity and enhance glucose transport. Anderson, et al. showed 1000 mcgs of chromium stabilized blood sugar in two months along with insulin and cholesterol level improvement.[9]

Vanadyl Sulfate may reduce hepatic gluconeogenesis and “mimic” insulin’s effect.[10] In rats, vanadyl sulfate was also shown to alter the expression of genes dysregulated in diabetes.[11]

Fenugreek Seed and its constituent, 4-isoleucine appear to directly stimulate insulin.[12] The combination of fenugreek with vanadium appeared to normalize altered membrane linked functions and GLUT4 distribution.[13] Fenugreek also lowered high serum cholesterol and triglycerides.[14]

BITTER GOURD (Bitter Melon)
Bitter Gourd (aka. bitter melon) contains an insulin-like polypeptide shown to exhibit hypoglycemic effects[15] with an onset of action between 30-60 minutes and a peak effect at about 4 hours.[16] It is approved as an antidiabetic drug in China.[17]

This amazing herb is referred to in Ayurvedic text as the "sugar destroyer" and has traditionally been used to support healthy glucose metabolism. Gymnema sylvestre reduced fasting blood sugars, glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) and glycosylated plasma protein levels and thus insulin requirements in Type 1 diabetics by reducing glucose absorption in the intestine, stimulating pancreatic beta cell growth and possibly increasing endogenous insulin secretion as suggested by an increase in C-peptide levels. Gymnema was shown to also reduce serum triglycerides, total cholesterol, VLDL and LDL.[18] It is also used to help curb sugar cravings and to maintain healthy glucose balance.

Celarity Company Statement
Celarity's Insulin Balance is a state of the art product that is pharmaceutical grade and only to be sold by licensed practitioners. Celarity prides itself on being on the forefront of innovation in the natural health and holistic healing field. Celarity also prides itself on working with innovative doctors who are disruptors in the health care field.

Count:60 capsules

Recommended Usage:Take two capsules daily after meals, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Individuals taking medication should discuss potential interactions with their healthcare practitioner. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.

Does Not Contain:Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, animal or dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives.

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2. Viana MB, Carvalho RI. Thiamine- Responsive Megaloblastic Anemia, Sensorineural Deafness, and Diabetes Mellitus: A New Syndrome?, J Pediatrics, August 1978; 93(2): 235-238.
3. Frydl, V., Zavodska, H. Diabetic Polyneuropathy and Vitamin B1, Medwelt,1989;40:1484-6
4. Pozzilli, B. et al. Adjuvant therapy in recent onset type 1 diabetes at diagnosis and insulin requirement after 2 years. Diabete Metab.1995 Feb:21(1): 4709. [PMID: 7781843]
5. Polo, V. Saibene A., Pontiroli AE. Nicotinamide improves insulin secretion and metabolic control in lean type 2 diabetic patients with secondary failure to sulfonylureas. Acta Diabetol 1998;35:61-4
6. McCarty MF. High dose biotin, an inducer of glutokinase expression, may synergize with chromium picolinate to enable a definitive nutritional therapy for type II diabetes. Med Hypothese 1999 May;52(5):401-6
7. Singer GM, Geohas J. The effect of chromium picolinate and biotin supplementation on glycemic control in poorly controlled patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a placebo-controlled, double-blinded, randomized trial. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2006 Dec; 8(6): 636-43 [PMID:17109595]
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10. Badmaev V. Vanadium: review of its potential role in the fight against diabetes; J Altern Complement Med, 1999; 5(3): 273-291
11. Willsky GR. Diabetes-altered gene expression in rat skeletal muscle corrected by oral administration of vanadyl sulfate: Physiol Genomics. 2006 Aug 16;26(3):192-201. Epub 2006 May 9. [PMID: 16684804]
12. Sauvaire Y. et al. 4-hydroxisoleucine. A novel amino acid potentiator of insulin secretion. Diabetes 1998; 47: 20610
13. Siddiqui MR Low doses of vanadate and Trigonella synergistically regulate Na+/K + -ATPase activity and GLUT4 translocation in alloxan-diabetic rats. Cell Biochem. 2006 Apr; 285 (1-2): 17-27. Epub 2006 Apr 19 [PMID: 16622606]
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15. Sarkar S, Pranava M, Marita R. Demonstration of the hypoglycemic action of Momordica charantia in validated animal model of diabetes. Pharmacol Res, 1993;33(1)1-4
16. Raman A, et al. Anti-diabetic properties and phytochemistry of Momordica charantia L. (Cucurbitaceae). Phytomedicine 1996; 26
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