{Diabetes 365} Lift Off!

by Leighann on September 12, 2011

A package arrived with GlucoLift glucose tablets and my non-D four-year-old asked if he could try one. Before I could say no, he took off with the bottle. I had to laugh when I walked into the living room to this scene. I wonder if he was trying to get the bottle open or if he was recreating a glucose tablet factory.

See all Diabetes 365 photos, documenting a year in the life of diabetes.

Disclosure: GlucoLift sent me product samples for review consideration. We haven’t tried them out yet. Read the disclosure statement.

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Sue/RFamHere September 12, 2011 at 9:09 am



2 Joanna September 12, 2011 at 12:52 pm

Love it! Kids are so funny! Amazing what they come up with : )


3 Bernard Farrell September 12, 2011 at 2:34 pm

Looks like an interesting product but there’s no information on the website. How about number of tablets per bottle, or about of carbs per tablet? That’s pretty essential info.

Love to hear what you think of them.


4 Leighann September 12, 2011 at 2:38 pm

I agree, Bernard. Their page needs more information.

I clicked over to Amazon where they are currently being sold and the Amazon page does give more info:

“GlucoLiftTM All Natural Glucose Tablets are the first and only glucose tablets created by a diabetic to quickly and safely relieve low blood sugar without artificial colors, flavors, or genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). Each jar contains 40 4-gram tablets. ”

They are $8.99 on Amazon per bottle.


5 Bernard Farrell September 12, 2011 at 3:31 pm

Yep, I saw that. But reading the reviews it seems like they didn’t even have that info initially. That should be front and center on the site. If I owned the site, I’d have a big picture of their nutrition label easily accessible.

Easy for me to say. Let me know how they compare to Dex4 tablets. Also if they have artificial coloring which (thank God) is starting to disappear from ice cream.


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