Glucofort Blood Sugar Support Review

glucofort blood sugar support review

Glucofort is a popular diabetes and blood sugar supplement, sold through Glucofort’s own website, in addition to other online marketplaces like Amazon and Walmart. 

Many Amazon users have pointed out concerns that the ingredients vary depending on the retailer you purchase from, which has left many customers to question the legitimacy of the product – it seems a number of different companies are using the name “Glucofort” for their own formulation. 

We’ll explore the legitimacy of Glucofort as a diabetes preventative measure, in our Glucofort Blood Sugar Support Review below. 

What Is Glucofort?


Glucofort is a blood sugar control product, aimed to help in the management of type II diabetes or pre-diabetes. It is formulated to be “all-natural,” meaning the medicinal ingredients are either; vitamin-based (C, E, B), mineral-based (zinc, magnesium, chromium), or botanical (bitter melon, cinnamon, mulberry). 

This formulation of combined minerals, vitamins, and botanical extracts is designed to help control blood sugar levels, regulate glucose, regulate insulin response, and address potential root causes of metabolic disorder. 

While we would advise against recommending a product like this for someone who is already diagnosed as a type II diabetic, those who are pre-diabetic or have issues regulating blood sugar might want to investigate if Glucofort is worth the $69 USD price tag for a single month’s supply. 

Is Glucofort Clinically Proven?

Glucofort, as a product formulation, has not been “clinically proven” to be effective. 

There aren’t any resources for trials or studies in which Glucofort specifically was used, despite them offering a 60-Day Money Back Guarantee if the product doesn’t work for you. 

That being said, there is plenty of evidence to support the use of all the ingredients contained within Glucofort. 

Chromium, manganese, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin C, biotin, guggul, bitter melon, licorice root, cinnamon bark, alpha-lipoic acid, yarrow, white mulberry, and cayenne – all of these having demonstrated some sort of benefit in reducing inflammation, blood glucose levels, and diabetes risk factors. 

Capsaicin, for example, as one of the compounds in cayenne pepper, has demonstrated efficacy in “decreasing blood glucose.” 

Chromium picolinate, one of the primary ingredients in Glucofort, has been studied for the role it has in “enhancing the metabolic action of insulin and [lowering] the risk factors for cardiovascular disease.” 

This essential mineral has been shown to prevent insulin resistance, and reduce risk factors for type II diabetes. Chromium is also a mineral that is not abundant in the standard American diet, as it is commonly found in whole grains, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and seafood. 

Glucofort Active Ingredients

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As a dietary supplement, the manufacturers of Glucofort recommend taking “one capsule daily with food.” They also recommend not to exceed this dosage, and to consult with a healthcare practitioner or professional prior to use if you have a diagnosed medical condition, or are already on prescription medication. 

The ingredients are sourced globally, while the product itself is manufactured within the U.S. 

The ‘active’ ingredients lists a “proprietary blend,” but do not mention any specific dosage or milligram amount of extract per capsule for the herbal ingredients – which is not ideal. 

When it comes to these sorts of botanical or herbal-based supplements, you’ll want to ensure a standardized extract, or the listed content of each individual ingredient. Otherwise, as is the case with Glucofort, you’ll have no idea as to the concentration you’re getting. They might as well be sugar pills. 

Certain ingredients contained in this formulation, like bitter melon, have a specific therapeutic dosage that has been studied. If you don’t know what amount is contained in Glucofort, how can you be sure it will be effective for blood sugar control? 

Who Manufactures Glucofort?

Compared to other products we’ve reviewed on our blog, it was much more difficult to find out any sort of information on Glucofort – multiple Amazon reviews mention that “there are multiple companies producing capsules under the same product name.” 

One of these same customers states that when they tried to contact Glucofort for the 60-Day Money Back Guarantee (as the product did not work within 2 months), they could not get hold of anyone via the phone number listed on the bottle. There was no response via the email listed on Glucofort’s website either. 

Amazon lists the manufacturer as “Nutrix Lifestyle,” which could be this company, based out of Utah. But there is no indication they manufacture or source the ingredients for Glucofort. Of course, given Amazon’s marketplace, this could also just be a completely different third-party supplement seller that has no association to Nutrix. 

Nutrix seems geared more towards cosmetic and personal care products. 

When we take a look at another product offered on the Glucofort website, “Skinny Greens,” these seem to be distributed by a completely different company named “Life with Unity” – who we cannot find any trace of online. 

To make things even more confusing, there is another company called “Justified Laboratories” who are selling their own product branded as Glucofort. Instead, this product is available through Walmart and listed at a much lower price point ($39.95 USD compared to $69 USD for a month supply). 

They actually appear to list completely different ingredients, including: olive leaf, garlic powder, hawthorn extract, and juniper berry. However, they state that their herbal blend is 620 mg per capsule – while recommending a dose of (2) two capsules daily with meals. At the 2 capsules per day, their 60 capsule bottles would offer the same one month supply. 

Justified Laboratories appear to be more clear on their labeling of ingredients and easier to contact should anything go wrong, so if you’re opting to purchase Glucofort (which we would not recommend) we would still suggest going for the one listed under Justified Labs. 

Regardless, Glucofort insists that their product is manufactured in a gMP approved and regulated facility within the U.S and third-party tested. This is true regardless of what branding you purchase it under. 

Glucofort Dosage

The dosage for Glucofort is pretty straightforward, as a one-capsule-a-day supplement. Simply take one capsule, with meals. The makers of Glucofort recommend taking the product for a duration of at least 3 months before you can discover whether or not it is an effective natural therapeutic. 

The alternative branding by companies like “Justified Laboratories” recommends a slightly different dosage of two capsules per day, suggesting to take them 20-30 minutes prior to a meal with water. In either case, anything outside this recommended dosage, we would suggest consulting with a healthcare professional for. 

Glucofort Results – Is it Actually Effective?

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While plenty of the medicinal ingredients in Glucofort are proven to be beneficial in addressing high blood sugar, blood glucose levels, and insulin response – we can’t recommend Glucofort because we don’t know the concentration of the individual botanical extracts contained in it. 

Given that it contains a pretty wide range of extracts (from hawthorn to bitter melon), it would be more advisable for someone looking to regulate blood sugar to take an individual supplement of chromium and bitter melon – in addition to drastically adjusting their diet. They’d likely see better results from these two dietary additions, when combined with regular physical activity.  

While products like these often offer a concrete ‘silver bullet’ or magic solution to health problems like metabolic disorders – the primary factors impacting diabetes and blood sugar regulation are diet and physical activity. If you can’t adjust these or implement healthy choices, no supplement like Glucofort will be able to induce dramatic change. 

Customer Reviews & Feedback

The reviews for Glucofort are pretty wide ranging, from positive to completely negative. Many customers state the product did not work for them. Without having an accurate marker to measure fasting blood sugar (FBS), A1C, or glucose tolerance, most people will be shooting in the dark when it comes to “seeing results” from a product like this. 

A customer that purchased off Amazon left one review, reading: “it only dropped morning FBS [fasting blood sugar] by a point or two.” This is after the customer has been taking the product for months, consistently. 

A couple of reviews point out the difference in ingredients between the product they received ordering off of Amazon, when compared directly to the Glucofort website. 

Among the one-star reviews, a handful list severe reactions, including “heart racing” and “palpitations” which “returned to normal” after they stopped taking it. 

It is likely this is due either to an allergic reaction to one of the compounds, or an interaction with pre-existing health conditions and prescription medication. Ingredients like cinnamon and guggul are known to lower blood pressure, while reducing the ability of blood to clot. Coumarin, a well known anti-coagulant, is a natural compound present in cinnamon extracts. 

We would recommend getting the appropriate diabetes screening tests done prior to starting the supplement to better understand your baseline, and then once more after ~3 months of daily use to determine if there was any difference. 99 mg/dL or lower is considered ‘normal’ for fasting blood sugar. 

The Bottom Line on Glucofort

Glucofort claims to activate a “diabetes-reversing” mechanism by flushing ceramides out of your system – helping you lose weight and prevent the progression of type II diabetes. Ceramides have definitely been implicated in insulin resistance

Numerous studies are very clear in establishing a strong connection between ceramides and diabetes, obesity, and insulin resistance. 

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The following study makes note that ceramides can “[accumulate] in tissues due to excessive supply of fatty acids,” while ceramides themselves “antagonize insulin by inhibiting transmission of signals.” This means they interfere or impede normal glucose uptake, disrupt lipid metabolism, and activate proinflammatory cytokines. 

While the makers of Glucofort report that the product “flushes out” ceramides to “reverse diabetes,” they give no explanation as to how it does so. 

While plenty of the ingredients contained in Glucofort are proven in studies to work for diabetes and insulin resistance, we still suggest supplementing them separately instead. 

We’d recommend that anyone with concerns about diabetes or their health first tackle their diet and nutrition, by eliminating processed foods, refined grains, and notorious seed oils. Once diet is in check, a workout regime can be implemented long-term to ensure sustainable health goals. 
For those looking to add a supplement to naturally regulate blood glucose or improve insulin resistance, we’d first suggest chromium picolinate, vitamin D3, magnesium, and bitter melon. 

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Cody Yurk

After several near-death surgeries and a heart attack at 29, I decided to get serious about my health and went from 278lbs to 181lbs in only six months. How? I built an entire team, including a personal trainer, nutritionist, psychologist, physical therapist, and sports masseuse. Having the same team as Hollywood stars allowed me to reach my goals fast and produce insane results.

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