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I love my BLOT!
I love my BLOT!
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I must confess... I love my BLOT , I don't know what I did without it.

love that everything fits!
love that everything fits!
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

I have to tell you the tackle box is just the best, I love that everything fits! even the meter stuff right up top and you can see it, it gave me security that everything I needed is in there as I was just coming home from the hospital with my now diabetic child and so much to learn, Thank You.

I actually love it a lot
I actually love it a lot
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I like that when it’s in my bag it’s easy to find and it’s super cute. I think it’s a really interesting way to hold all my supplies rather than just a boring bag.

I sent this to my nephew
I sent this to my nephew
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I sent this to my nephew who is T1D and He loves it! the family was shocked because he's very messy but he has used it consistently since day1

COMMON MINERAL, MAGNESIUM, LOWERS INSULIN RESISTANCE AND IMPROVES BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL

Posted by Cynthia Katsingris on

COMMON MINERAL, MAGNESIUM, LOWERS INSULIN RESISTANCE AND IMPROVES BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL
Diabetes is frequently associated with a magnesium deficiency according to the National Institutes of Health.  This is a mineral that LOWERS insulin resistance and IMPROVES blood sugar control. Specifically, magnesium supplementation improved insulin sensitivity by 10 percent – and reduced blood sugar by an impressive 37 percent. The researchers found that the supplemented group had significant reductions in HbA1c- which plunged from 10.11 at the beginning of the study to 7.88 percent by study’s end. Because insulin resistance affects the transport of magnesium between cells, diabetics are particularly susceptible to magnesium deficiency.