Diabacor claims to be a doctor formulated, natural dietary supplement that can improve your overall health and wellness. On top of this, Diabacor is claimed to be possibly effective for relieving diabetic inflammation and other pre-diabetic conditions.
But considering the high price, does Diabacor represent a good value, and can you really expect it to work? We did some digging around, and here’s what we found out.
At its most basic, Diabacor claims to provide 4 primary benefits, such as maintaining healthy blood pressure, supporting healthy glucose levels, strengthening your cardiovascular function, in addition to maintaining a healthy metabolism. In order to accomplish this, Diabacor’s all natural ingredients are claimed to include:
- Vitamin C 300mg
- Vitamin D3 400IU
- Calcium 10mg
- Magnesium 40mg
- Potassium 50mg
- Vanadium 200mcg
- Diabacor Proprietary Blend: Tumeric Extract (95% Curcuminoids), Cinnamon Bark, Berberine HCL (for African Berry), Bitter Melon Fruit Extract 40:1, Garlic Root, Black Pepper Concentrate
In combination, these ingredients are claimed to provide your body with a high level of antioxidants, support your body’s natural inflammatory response and detoxification, reduce bad (LDL) cholesterol, protect your DNA from toxin damage, and more.
According to the product’s website, Diabacor is manufactured under cGMP quality control guidelines, and you should take one capsule twice daily, with food and 8oz of water.
Diabacor Pricing & Refund Policy
Diabacor is only available directly through the manufacturer and is priced at $97 per bottle, which represents a one-month supply. Standard shipping is priced at $7.99, with faster options available for an additional charge.
Diabacor comes with a 60-day satisfaction guarantee, less shipping and handling charges. In order to initiate the refund process, you’ll need to contact customer service at (855)-750-2202.
What’s the Bottom Line About Diabacor?
So, what’s the bottom line about Diabacor? Is it really an all-natural way to help relieve your symptoms associated with diabetes, or is it more hype than hope? Consider the following before making your decision:
Most importantly, there is very little information about Diabacor provided on the product’s website. Other than that it helps control glucose levels and maintains healthy blood pressure, almost no information is provided. Ultimately, this left us with numerous important, unanswered questions, such as: How does Diabacor work? What clinical evidence can the company provide showing that it works as advertised?
On top of this, we know next to nothing about Diabacor’s manufacturer, Superior Health, LLC. We were able to locate a Facebook page for them, although it states that the supplement is made by Superior Wellness, “a leader in nutrient focused solutions for today’s health concerns.” However, we did learn that the company is based out of Las Vegas, NV and that Diabacor’s URL was registered in October 2013, but they are not listed with the Better Business Bureau, and they have no corporate website.
During our research, we found only one review for Diabacor located on an online forum. While none of the users who posted a response had ever used Diabacor, they all suggested that it may not work as well as advertised.
At $97 for a 30-day supply, Diabacor is extraordinarily expensive, even by nutritional supplement standards. With this in mind, based on the product’s label, we couldn’t help but wonder if a multi-vitamin might provide many of the same claimed benefits.
Between Diabacor’s very high price, lack of clinical evidence showing that it works as advertised, and lack of information about the manufacturer, we might recommend speaking with your physician about other all-natural diabetic supplements.
- Claims to help regulate glucose, boost metabolism, and more.
- Provides at product label on their website.
- 60-day money back guarantee.
- Extremely expensive.
- No clinical evidence showing it works, and no information available about the manufacturer.
- No online customer reviews from individuals who had used Diabacor.
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
Does Diabacor work?
I have been taking Diabacor for about a year. I purchased it in quantity (after trying it) for less than half. I have been diagnosed with type II diabetes about 18 months ago. My neuropathy symptoms seem to be progressing however Diabacor does seem to help. I take an antacid tablet with it because of my sensitive stomach.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out 2 people found this review helpful
Very pleased with Diabacor, it has almost cleared all the nerve damage in my feet. Still have a little nerve damage on the tips of my toes, but it seems to be improving also. I'm very pleased with the results. Thank you Diabacor.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out 3 people found this review helpful
Diabacor Does Not Work
First off, I only ordered a one month supply to see if it would do anything at all. I have Type 2 Diabetes so I thought I would try it. I got the bottle and about a week later here come four more bottles. Yes, it was all charged to my card. I called them and told them I had not ordered the extra four bottles and they did say I could return them. So I thought about it and said well why not, so i just kept them. I started using them as they told me to. And as of today, I have three pills left and I can say that they did not help me at all. I saw no drop in sugar levels. So please do not do the same thing I did, they do not work.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
13 out 14 people found this review helpful
I received shipment with no invoice enclosed. All I got is a short 1 bottle and another one where the inter seal was pushed into bottle. I called the company but with no invoice. The date on bottle was 5/14!? I was told I would be receiving replacement. Three weeks later and I have still not heard from the company. I called and left four more messages yet not a single returned call. I have not received any benefits from the medication taken. I'm returning product at my expense.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friendView all 1 commentsHide comments
Apr 10, 2015
I have studied nutrition most of my life. The only ingredients here that you wouldn't get from one healthy meal or a good supplement are the Vanadium and the herbs. The amounts of Vanadium used in one study regarding blood sugar involved using amounts 10 times higher and there are no definitive results - is that a conspiracy? Google “vanadium”. You can get 200mg of vanadium a day by eating the right foods, like mushrooms. The herbs are easy too. I get all this stuff every day, except for 2 of the herbs, without trying. I don’t have diabetes either but my diet is basically Paleo and I avoid all sugar and grains. My suggestion is avoid the expense and just include these ingredients in you diet. But a few nutrients won’t cure an unhealthy lifestyle.