Does Monavie Really Help Diabetics?


There have been numerous people across the internet and on the streets claiming that Monavie has “cured” or helped sugar levels of diabetics dramatically. Being a diabetic myself I have had people approach me or call me telling me the wonders of this juice. I am a little skeptical knowing this is a business and they are trying to get me hooked into buying a case a month or however it works. I would like to hear from a diabetic using Monavie and hear what it has done for you. The last time I asked a Monavie representative any questions about the claim they were making they had no clue. They didnt even know if the claim was made from a Type 1 diabetic or a Type 2 diabetic… even further they didnt know the difference.

To my understanding most Type 2 diabetics (correct me if I am wrong because I am type 1) can control their sugar levels by eating differently. I am sure there are a lot of cases where the patient could start eating an entirely different way and have near normal sugar levels. So with that being said Monavie has a ton of fruit in it that would fill you up and maybe replace that pasta you at least a portion of a meal in your day. Cutting back the amount of insulin (type 1) or lowering the levels (type 2) you might have experienced without it. Thats just a thought and I am by no means an expert. I would love to hear input from those using it.

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  1. Hey Jeremy

    I came across your post about having Type 1 and also consuming Monavie. Well, I do both. Have had Type 1 for 34 years, drinking Monvaie since September of last year.

    Because I only consume basically a mouthful in the morning and again in the evening, I cannot say that I have noticed any difference whatsoever in my blood sugars. However, I have been sleeping better since taking it, and as a result I am more rested, which may (or may not) have an influence on my readings. I think that whatever you put into your mouth can only increase your blood sugar readings (except water etc.), so I cannot see how any food can really decrease blood sugar readings. However, as I only consume 4 ounces a day spead over 12 hour intervals (or thereabouts – 2 ounces in the morning, 2 at night), it will hardly have a huge effect on my readings anyway.

    The juice gives you 4 grams of CHOs per 30ML serving, and 4 grams of sugar per 30 ML serving (I’m reading that from the nutritional info on the side of the bottle), but everything in the bottle is all fruit – no additives. I think it is a great tasting juice (as well as the business aspect to it, but that’s another discussion – talk to me :-> ), but regarding the juice in and of itself: I have not noticed any major effect on my bood readings, either in elevating them or in lowering them.

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    Best wishes


    John Keeler

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