Melabic Introduces Canadians to Safe, All-Natural Way of Reversing Diabetes – 'The Sugar Stabilizer' Offers Health Canada-Approved Alternative to Risky Type 2 Prescription Medications

Canadian type 2 diabetes sufferers no longer have to settle for risky prescription drugs to control their condition. Melabic, the only all-natural glucose stabilizer that is Health Canada approved, is now available at retail establishments across the country.

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) February 07, 2013

Melabic, the herbal blood sugar stabilizer, is pleased to formally introduce itself to the Canadian public, and that introduction couldn’t come at a more opportune time. With yet another new experimental diabetes pill making headlines last week for its potential for heart risks, now is the time for type 2 diabetes sufferers to rise up and take a stand against the prescription drug companies.

Melabic allows them to do just that. It is a 100% all-natural blood sugar stabilizer that has been clinically tested and shown to support healthy glucose levels. Melabic is also the only natural diabetes solution to carry Health Canada’s stamp of approval.

Melabic is officially licensed with Health Canada and its NPN is 80026818.
http://webprod3.hc-sc.gc.ca/lnhpd-bdpsnh/info.do?lang=eng&licence=80026818

In early January, the Bloomberg news outlet ran the headline “J&J Diabetes Pill May Have Heart Risks, FDA Staff Says (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-01-08/j-j-diabetes-pill-may-have-heart-risks-fda-staff-says.html).” The article went on to reveal that the drug canagliflozin, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson, “showed a potentially higher risk for heart events in the first 30 days compared with a placebo.” That discovery will likely delay the medication’s entry into the prescription drug market, but it is hardly the first incident of its kind.

In 2010, some FDA staff reviewers spoke out in favor of the diabetes drug Avandia being pulled from the market. Why? According to an ABC report (http://abcnews.go.com/Health/DiabetesNews/avandia-off-market-fda-staff/story?id=11126598), it was “because of the ‘serious’ cardiovascular risk the diabetes drug poses.” The scary part for the diabetic public is that such clamoring for removal occurred after the medication had reached the marketplace, meaning hundreds of thousands of diabetes sufferers had already had their hearts put at risk.

Unlike these prescription medications, Melabic has no known side effects. And, in fact, because it controls diabetes the all natural way, it actually helps to reverse cardiovascular risk factors as opposed to confounding them. Manufactured under strict FDA guidelines, Melabic supports healthy blood sugar levels and normal insulin function. Best of all, it costs about just 80 cents per day. Melabic is available in Canada at Walmart, Overwaitea, Save on Foods, Loblaws, Lawton Drugs and Sobeys, with new retail outlets being added monthly.


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