TruNature CinSulin Review
CinSulin is an all-natural supplement produced by TruNature. The product is sold through various vitamin and supplement retailers, though not from the manufacturer itself, which is a bit strange.
CinSulin has a dedicated website that contains some useful information, though not much. Potential customers will have to further research into the supplement and find what they need to know on independent retailer websites.
According to the manufacturer, CinSulin is a safe and powerful dietary supplement made with just cinnamon, water, and heat. The process uses no solvents or other chemicals.
CinSulin contains the following ingredients: CinSulin includes the following ingredients: Vitamin D3 500 IU, Chromium (from Chromium Picolinate NF – Chromax) 400 mcg, Cinnamon bark extract 500 mg, gelatin, cellulose, magnesium stearate, titanium dioxide, and silicon dioxide.
According to the manufacturer, CinSulin was created by mixing cinnamon bark with water. The resulting mix was then processed under extreme heat, pressure and TruNature’s own special techniques. The result was a quality extract. While keeping desirable compounds and discarding unwanted substances, CinSulin has a yield ratio of 10:1, which means that two CinSulin capsules contain the concentrated benefits of ten plain cinnamon capsules.
Based on the information available online, CinSulin appears to be marketed as a weight loss supplement and as an effective treatment for diabetes. But how and when to take the product is unclear, as the company’s website makes no mention of this, or how diet and exercise play into the whole equation as well.
It is also worth mentioning that the formula doesn’t contain anything chemical, which is a good thing. However, CinSulin’s ingredients can make one wonder exactly how so little ingredients can actually help with weight loss.
Regarding buyer’s protection, that is basically non-existent. There is no free trial and no money back guarantee policy. That being said, CinSulin is a relatively cheap supplement, the price for one month of treatment starting from $19.95 (the price depends on the retailer).
- CinSulin does not require a prescription and it can be purchased from various online and offline stores
- CinSulin is 100% natural
- No reported side-effects
- The supplement may help manage blood glucose levels
- Affordable supplement
- It has a dedicated website with some useful information on it, though more would be nice
- Many positive reviews and testimonials available online
- TruNature uses some clinical studies to support their claims, but some of these studies are for an alternate product
- The exact amount of each used ingredient is not disclosed
- No money back guarantee policy
- There isn’t much information about the manufacturer
CinSulin is a strange example of how supplements work. At a glance, the formula doesn’t look that impressive and makes you wonder why not just buy cinnamon instead of paying for a supplement that only contains cinnamon. However, it appears that CinSulin actually works and we base this on the number of very good reviews and testimonials received by this product so far.
Regardless of how the effective their formula is, we don’t like the fact that a lot of important information is missing from the official website. We don’t know how much of each ingredient was actually used in the formula, we don’t know much about the company, there is no free trial or at least a money back guarantee in place, and the official website cite some studies that are for an alternate product.
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CinSulin is marketed as the only patented water extract of cinnamon designed to support healthy blood sugar levels. The formula is produced by TruNature, an American supplier of natural remedies.
This product is advertised to contain a unique mix of compounds extracted through a special procedure. The secret apparently lies in the heat, pressure and other specific techniques applied over the combination of cinnamon bark with water which ensures a high-quality of the resulted extract as opposed to normal cinnamon powder. Two capsules of CinSulin are said to contain the concentrated benefits of 10 typical cinnamon capsules featuring the same quantities of active substance. Of course, this claim remains unproven as there is no indication of a scientific research following which these conclusions were drawn.
The official site of the product makes several references to studies and trials involving cinnamon extracts and their effects on insulin levels and potential benefits in pre-diabetic individuals.
Is CinSulin Right For You?
CinSulin is advertised as an all-natural cinnamon-based supplement that offers amassed cinnamon in a water solvent structure so the human body can easily process and digest the formula. According to the company, their product contains no included stimulants of any sort.
CinSulin is manufactured by TruNature, an US based company that also makes many other supplements typically based off one natural ingredient. Sadly there isn’t much information on the manufacturing process. Each product has it’s own website (which is not a bad thing) and the company links to these websites without discussing much of their operations.
We found it interesting that, while searching for additional information on TruNature and CinSulin, our research team was directed to a page where the supplement was presented as a trademark by the BJTA Nutrition & Healthcare Prods; but with no additional information on that company either.
Ingredients of CinSulin
CinSulin includes the following ingredients: CinSulin contains the following ingredients: Vitamin D3 500 IU, Chromium (from Chromium Picolinate NF – Chromax) 400 mcg, Cinnamon bark extract 500 mg, gelatin, cellulose, magnesium stearate, titanium dioxide, and silicon dioxide.
Effectiveness of CinSulin
According to TruNature, CinSulin was developed to improve overall health, with a strong emphasis on regulating blood sugar levels. The formula is able to achieve this by using a patented form of cinnamon. Actually, TruNature claims their product to be 100% natural, all that was added to the making of this product being cinnamon, water and heat.
The above statement is only partially true. Depending on the brand, the formula may include several other ingredients too. Basically, other companies can purchase CinSulin and use it as a core ingredient in their own products. Because of that, the official website has a disclaimer that states that when taking this product to also include diet and exercise. This might be because the use of sugar in the formulation.
However, this raises another question, why not just take cinnamon instead of paying for CinSulin? According to TruNature, the cinnamon they use was added to the mix with a special procedure of extraction. This procedure allowed them to extract extra benefits from the cinnamon bark.
From a weight loss standpoint, CinSulin becomes even more problematic as TruNature did not revealed how much of each ingredient was used in their formula. The money back guarantee is another potential red flag as customers have no insurance in case they do not experience the results listed.
It is important to note that CinSulin can be purchased both from online and offline stores, but not directly from the manufacturer, which is a bit strange. Because of that, the price of the product can vary a lot from one retailer to another. On Amazon, for instance, a bottle with 170 capsules costs around $23. In addition, the retailer offers free shipping on orders over $49 (basically you will have to purchase 3 bottles of CinSulin).
Does CinSulin Work?
Our team was not impressed with this product but strangely enough CinSulin has received many positive reviews and testimonials online. The supplement has over 120 reviews on Amazon alone with an average rating of 4.7 out of 5.
While there is some useful information on the official website, it would be helpful if the manufacturer made it clearer exactly who this product is intended for – it if can be used by patients with severe or just mild forms of diabetes.
CinSulin is not an expensive supplement and even without a moneyback guarantee policy it might worth a try. However, we advise our readers to further research into this supplement or to talk to their physician for additional clarifications.