What is Auxulin?

What is Auxulin?

  • Throughout their daily lives, Type One and Type Two Diabetic patients contend with hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic events, creating a precarious balancing act.
  •  Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) is unpleasant (characterized by increased thirst, headaches, fatigue, and other symptoms), and reduces quality of life and productivity. Hyperglycemia in Type One Diabetics has been treated the same way for 100 years: take insulin, drink water, and wait. It typically takes hours for blood glucose levels to return to a normal range. Sustained hyperglycemia can result in diabetic ketoacidosis, which has an annual 2% hospitalization rate and is the leading cause of death among young Type One Diabetic patients.
  • While there are a variety of supplements and over the counter treatments for hypoglycemia such as glucose tablets or a simple glass of juice, there is not such option for high blood sugar. Auxulin is the first and only supplement for high blood sugar that augments insulin and overcomes the insulin resistance that is inherent to hyperglycemia.
  • Auxulin augments insulin with our all natural, patented formulation. In an open label clinical study, it decreased duration of hyperglycemia by a factor of 3. o In our open label clinical trial, the time to return to sub-hyperglycemic blood glucose levels dropped from an average of 160 minutes for active controls to 50 minutes for experimental treatment.
  • Auxulin’s all-natural, patented formulation was designed to overcome insulin resistance in a safe, convenient, and affordable manner.
  • Auxulin augments the action of insulin during hyperglycemia, and does not by itself reduce blood sugar. Instead, Auxulin helps to maintain healthy blood sugar levels when used in conjunction with standard treatments, such as insulin.
  • Our founders, Tommy and gary Ritz, who have fully incorporated Auxulin into their blood glucose management, have seen a significant improvement in their A1C%.
  • Tommy and Gary had an average A1C% reduction from 7.6 to 7.2 over a roughly 4-month period during which they used Auxulin only when experiencing hyperglycemia. After a further nine months, Tommy’s A1C % dropped to 6.3 (where it has remained), a lifelong low since diagnosis (23years).