sugar shield
per day
100% Vegetarian
30 Tablets
per day
100% Vegetarian
30 Tablets

sugar shield

Helps reduce pre-diabetes glucose levels
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The diabetic condition, marked by consistently elevated blood glucose levels above 126 mg./dL of blood, is a definite medical concern. However, if you have above normal blood glucose levels that are lower than the diabetic threshold, then this is a condition called prediabetes, it is best to nip pre-diabetes in the bud. Take cover with Setu’s Sugar Shield! The basic, natural formulation of our daily supplement is the healthier way to reduce excess circulating glucose and protect against oxidative stress, which is known to be highly elevated in hyperglycemics. Alpha lipoic acid is considered the first line of defence against hyperglycemia by many experts. In experimental studies, cinnamon was shown to help reduce high blood sugar levels and combat insulin resistance, as does the combination of chromium and biotin. As they say, a pill in time saves nine!

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Take one tablet per day with meal, or as recommended by your doctor. Do not exceed dose and do not take if you have a medical condition, pregnant, or lactating.


Keep bottle tightly closed and store in a cool, dry place (15-25°C) out of the reach of children.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does cinnamon help with pre-diabetes?

Results from a recent study published in a renowned journal showed that cinnamon helps control the levels of blood glucose and cholesterol in people with Type-2 Diabetes . When consumed by pre-diabetics, it may also help with a stoppage in progression to full-fledged diabetic condition along with additional benefits to avert heart diseases. Read more about Setu’s specially extracted Cinnamon ingredient here.

What is ALA? Why is it recommended for diabetics?

ALA or Alpha Lipoic Acid, also called lipoic acid, is an antioxidant found in trace amounts in some natural foods like liver, red meat, broccoli, brewer’s yeast and spinach. The body also makes it in small amounts by itself. People with diabetes have a risk of developing neuropathies causing leg and foot pain, and nerve degeneration. ALA is a master antioxidant that helps in relieving diabetic neuropathy by potentially lowering the blood glucose, thereby protecting against nerve damage. ALA is also believed to make the body be more sensitive to insulin, an added benefit in diabetes management. Read more about Setu’s specially extracted ingredient ALA here.

What is Chromium? How does it help me?

Chromium is a mineral that is required in trace amounts for normal functioning of the body. True brewer’s yeast serves as an ideal source of chromium. It is also found in potatoes (especially the skins), cheeses, a few spices, whole-grain breads and cereals, and fresh fruits and vegetables. Chromium aids in the mobilization of glucose (commonly known as blood sugar) within the cells, thus helping in utilization of energy from proteins, fats & carbohydrate sources. Read more about Setu’s specially extracted Chromium ingredient here.

What is Biotin?

Biotin, or Vitamin B7, is a water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B complex — a group of key nutrients needed for healthy metabolic, nervous, digestive and cardiovascular functions. Biotin is present in abundance in natural foods like poultry products, and in fruits and veggies like avocado, cauliflower, berries, legumes and mushrooms. Read more about Setu’s Biotin ingredient here.

What is the role of Biotin in our body?

Biotin serves as a coenzyme in various bodily reactions like the metabolism of fatty acids, amino acids and glucose. The presence of biotin is essential for the ultimate conversion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, into sources of energy.

How does Biotin and chromium combination help in regulating blood sugar?

Recent evidence suggests that a combination of biotin and chromium might lower blood sugar in people with diabetes, whose diabetes is poorly controlled by prescription medicines.

Are there any medical conditions or medication that should not be used in conjunction with this supplement?

It is advisable to consult your physician prior to taking supplement if you are pregnant, lactating or suspect any medical condition.

Should this be taken with food and/or water?

Do not take on an empty stomach, nor exceed the dosage recommendation.

Head over to the Setu Blog for more detailed answers.

Other Ingredients

  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 1.4mg
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 1.6mg
  • Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) 20mg
  • Vitamin B5 (D-Cal Pantothenate) 5mg
  • Vitamin B7 (Biotin) 300mcg
  • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 40mg
  • Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 400 IU
  • Vitamin E 15IU
  • Magnesium (as Oxide) 200mg
  • Calcium (as Citrate) 100mg
  • Zinc (as Oxide) 3mg
  • Copper (as Carbonate) 1mg
  • Manganese (as Chelate) 1mg
  • Chromium (as Picolinate) 25mcg
  • Molybdenum (as Chelate) 45mcg
  • Selenium (as Selenomethionine) 25mcg