Is Gluco Shield Pro A Scam? My Review (2022)

It’s time for my Gluco Shield Pro review – which is a natural diabetes supplement.

So is it any effective?

At first sight – things look very promising about it:

  • really well tolerated
  • works in a lot of cases
  • pretty popular option

But are there any chances that Gluco Shield Pro is a scam?

Well, I will give you all the details in the lines below.

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Gluco Shield Pro.

Review Summary

Full Name: Gluco Shield Pro by Buy Goods

Product Type: Diabetes Supplement

Best Actual Price: About $69/bottle

You can also get it for about $49 (but more on this below).

Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website

It’s also sold on retailers, but 99% of those products are fake.

Designed For: Maintaining optimal blood sugar levelshere’s what it can do:

  • reduce glucose levels
  • improve insulin resistance
  • promote general health

My Rating: 8 out of 10

Recommended?: Pretty much yes – it’s quite a good product:

  • based on a natural formula
  • contains a variety of nutrients/herbal extracts
  • works pretty well in many cases

Still – it’s not the best diabetes/blood sugar supplement I looked into.

If you want my top recommendation, check out this alternative that costs a lot less.

 

What I Liked About It

  • Unique formula with varied ingredients
  • Based on both nutrients and herbal extracts
  • Only requires one pill per day
  • Works pretty well in a lot of cases
  • Doesn’t cause any regular side effects
  • Available in several countries besides US
  • No fake versions sold on retailers

 

What I Didn’t Like About It

  • No dosage for its herbal extracts
  • Pretty expensive for its quality
  • Very few real user experiences outside its official page

 

 


Gluco Shield Plus In A Nutshell


Gluco Shield Pro is definitely a very natural supplement.

This feature is also visible in its mechanism of action:

  • reduces blood sugar using herbal ingredients
  • doesn’t contain any synthetic compounds
  • really easy to tolerate

But despite its great features, it’s not the best diabetes supplement I looked into.

Still, that doesn’t make it less valuable.

So all in all – I would say it’s better than 75% of the existing products.

Its biggest downside is its price, which is quite high for its value, if you ask me.

But if you afford giving it a try – I’m pretty sure you won’t regret it.

So Gluco Shield Pro remains a great option for people on a larger budget.

 


#1 – How It Works & Producer


Here are some general things you should know on this product:

  • what makes it stand out
  • its mechanism of action
  • the company behind it
1. How It Works

Gluco Shield Pro is so special because of its natural formula.

Shortly – it promises to reduce high blood sugar naturally, using:

  • vitamins/minerals
  • herbal extracts

Since it contains some classic substances against diabetes, it surely follows its claims.

In other words, this product has a pretty simple mechanism of action.

It works based on natural ingredients – which are the reasons behind its success.

So from this point of view, it’s totally recommended.

2. Company Behind

This supplement is made by a brand called Buy Goods.

Now, this company is behind many health supplements (with a high quality):

  • extremely reputable brand
  • lots of contact info available
  • many satisfied customers

However – Gluco Shield Pro’s formula was created in a smaller facility.

But because of its great results and success, Buy Goods purchased the recipe from the original producer.

That’s why it’s currently the only legitimate producer of this supplement.

Other than that, Gluco Shield Pro comes with a 60 days money back guarantee.

If it wasn’t a legitimate product, it wouldn’t allow such a long refund period.

So it’s a trustworthy supplement.

 


#2 – Ingredients (8.50 out of 10)


Gluco Shield Pro’s formula looks amazing at first sight:

  • based on classic diabetes nutrients
  • contains both vitamins/minerals and herbs
  • all ingredients have studies behind

However – what I personally don’t like about it is its dosage in herbal extracts.

That’s because all herbs are listed out as a blend.

There are no individual doses – so you can’t really tell the quantity of each compound.

Still, that’s a problem you can find in most diabetes supplements.

But things look even worse in Gluco Shield Pro’s case.

That’s because its blend doesn’t even have an overall dose.

In other words – you can’t even tell the final quantity of its herbal mix.

That’s the only thing I dislike about it.

But even so – let’s take a closer look at its active ingredients.

1. Vitamins/Minerals

This supplement contains a multitude of essential nutrients.

But here’s what they can do in terms of blood sugar:

  1. Thiamine (6 mg) – a deficiency is associated with diabetes. [1]
  2. Riboflavin (6 mg) – has some strong antioxidant proprieties.
  3. Niacin (14 mg) – can reduce high glucose and cholesterol.
  4. Pyridoxine (4 mg) – can improve diabetes symptoms.
  5. Biotin (150 mcg) – controls blood sugar levels. [2]
  6. Panthotenic Acid (5 mg) – may improve high glucose levels.
  7. Calcium (13 mg) – decreases the risk of diabetes.
  8. Magnesium (12.5 mg) – helps manage high blood sugar.
  9. Zinc (12.5 mg) – has a positive impact on diabetes. [3]
  10. Potassium (12.5 mg) – is involved in insulin production.

Shortly, the list of nutrients inside this supplement looks pretty good.

Their doses aren’t the highest, that’s true – but that’s not a major issue.

2. Proprietary Blend

This is actually a mix of several herbal extracts.

And as I said – the combination itself looks pretty good.

But the major problem is the hidden dosage (even for the overall blend).

Now, let’s take a closer look at the top herbs inside this blend:

  1. Rhodiola – protects against diabetes complications. [4]
  2. Lutein – reduces the risk of developing diabetes.
  3. Ashwagandha – can lower blood sugar levels. [5]
  4. Chamomile – prevents against future complications.
  5. GABA – can improve insulin sensitivity.
  6. Passion Flower – can reduce high glucose levels.
  7. Oat Straw – reduces chronic inflammation.

There are about 15 different herbal extracts in this mix.

However, the 7 above are the most important ones.


Conclusion

Gluco Shield Pro has a pretty good formula overall.

However – its herbal extracts doses are completely hidden, which is a downside.

But other than that, its composition looks really promising.

So I would probably give it a try. 

 

 


#3 – Pills & Dosage (10 out of 10)


Gluco Shield Pro looks really good at this chapter.

1. Pills

First of all, it’s designed as vegetable capsules.

This is the format used by most diabetes (and not only) supplements.

That’s because it’s really easy to swallow:

  • pills are small to average
  • they have no aftertaste
  • they are covered in gelatin
2. Dosage

This supplements looks really good in terms of serving size as well.

That’s because it only requires one capsule a day.

In terms of schedule, that’s very easy to follow and convenient.

So you will have a very easy time taking Gluco Shield Pro.

That’s why it has a big advantage at this chapter.

 


#4 – Results (5 out of 10)


The best way to find out how a product works is by looking at its customer reviews.

But Gluco Shield Pro has a very common problem here.

That’s because it has a low number of real user feedback.

Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not promotional/fake ones.

1. What People Say

Basically – this supplement isn’t sold on any 3rd party retailer.

It’s only available on its official website.

So there isn’t any way to get it via Amazon/Walmart (not even as a fake version).

Now, that’s a both good and bad thing:

  • you will always get the original product
  • no real user reviews available

It’s true that there are some user experience on the product’s official page.

But as usual – I tend to avoid this kind of opinions, simple because they’re usually biased.

Still – in this case, I have no choice.

So it’s up to you whether you trust them or not – but here’s what previous users say about this product:

  1. Some state it really helped their diabetes.
  2. Others claim their health improved a lot since they’ve been using it.
  3. A few mention it works great with medication.

Again – I can’t guarantee that these opinions are completely real.

That’s completely up to you to decide.

But considering these experiences, Gluco Shield Pro really works.

And given its formula, I also believe it should help you (any single bit).

It’s definitely not the very best diabetes supplement I looked into, that’s for sure.

But it’s definitely not a weak product either, on the contrary.


Conclusion

Gluco Shield Pro doesn’t have too many real user opinions.

Since it’s only sold on its official page – that’s completely normal.

But overall, I consider it a pretty effective supplement.

Though it’s not my top recommendation, I believe it makes a pretty good option.

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (10 out of 10)


This supplement doesn’t seem to be having any serious issues here.

That’s because its formula isn’t very concentrated:

  • nutrients are on the average side
  • herbal extracts are probably on the lower side

So it’s not the strongest diabetes supplement out there, that’s for sure.

And even though that’s a downside – it’s also the reason why it’s pretty safe.

It has no complaints on side reactions.

It’s true that it has very few reviews overall, so this might be an explanation.

But considering its formula, it’s definitely a very safe supplement.

So if you need a product that will surely not cause you any side effect, Gluco Shield Pro is perfect.

All in all, it’s really easy to tolerate.

 


#6 – Price (6 out of 10)


Gluco Shield Pro isn’t very pricey for a high quality diabetes supplement.

But considering its formula, its price is rather high, in my view.

That’s why it’s a pretty expensive product overall.

1. The Exact Price

As I said – this supplement is only sold on its official website.

So there’s no way to get it from retailers (not even in a fake version).

Now, here’s the pricing from its official page:

  1. A single bottle costs $69.
  2. You get a discount for larger quantities.
  3. In the best case, you can buy this product for about $49/bottle.
  4. Shipping is free in all cases (in the US only).
  5. However, the product is eligible for international shipping.

Now – considering its value, Gluco Shield Pro is quite expensive.

That’s because its formula isn’t very impressive (in terms of dosage).

If you ask me, it would probably be worth around $40/bottle – not more.

This is why I’m quite disappointed by its price.

Don’t get me wrong – it’s not a bad supplement at all.

But for its overall features, I consider it too expensive.

2. Competitors’ Price

I will only compare Gluco Shield Pro with my top recommended diabetes supplement.

I’m talking about a product called Striction D:


  1. Gluco Shield Pro has a decent formula.
  2. However, its herbal extract doses are hidden.
  3. Striction D probably has the best composition from the market.
  4. It contains the 5 best ingredients for diabetes (both herbs and vitamins/minerals).
  5. Besides, it also contains several trademarks.
  6. Gluco Shield Plus costs $69/bottle normally.
  7. In the best case, you ca get it for about $49.
  8. Striction D is a lot cheaper, at even $19/bottle (in the best case).

Now – Striction D is way better in terms of ingredients, user feedback and results.

Not to mention that it’s way cheaper, so it’s clear that it would make a much better option.

Gluco Shield Pro is far from bad, that’s for sure.

But compared to Striction D, it’s surely weaker overall.


Conclusion

Gluco Shield Pro could cost about $20 less, given its ingredients.

So its pricing isn’t very fair, if you ask me.

It’s a good supplement overall – but it’s quite expensive for its value.

That’s why I would go for a better alternative that costs the same.

 

 


#7 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would sum up my view on Gluco Shield Pro (in 3 ideas).

1. Decent Formula

In terms of ingredients, this product isn’t the best out there:

  • average doses in vitamins/minerals
  • hidden doses in herbal extracts

Now, the formula looks really promising overall.

But its hidden doses in herbal extracts is something I personally don’t agree with.

That’s the only thing they should really improve.

2. Easy To Take

Gluco Shield Pro’s biggest advantage is its really low serving size:

  • only requires one pill per day
  • formulated as small capsules

So it’s a very easy to take product – which is very convenient for most people.

3. Could Cost Less

As I said, considering its formula – Gluco Shield Pro could be cheaper.

Its price is the same as that of high quality diabetes supplements.

However, its quality is not the same.

That’s why I consider it quite pricey for its value.

In my view, it could easily cost $10-$20 less for every bottle.

 


My Verdict – Worth Or Not?


Short answer: Pretty much worth it.

Just keep in mind that it’s not the best diabetes/blood sugar supplement out there.

But other than that, it’s a pretty good product:

  1. Based on essential nutrients/herbs for diabetes.
  2. Only requires one pill/day.
  3. Works pretty well in many cases.
  4. Extremely safe overall.

As I said – it’s far from perfect.

But unlike most high quality supplements, it doesn’t deal with fake versions and unauthorized sellers.

It’s only sold on its official page, so it’s definitely the authentic product.

And all in all – it makes a pretty good option for diabetes.

Considering its ingredients, you should clearly see a small change with this product.

So if you’re curious, you should definitely give it a try.

 

 

References:

1 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-21564442/

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/-articles/PMC3679599/

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/-articles/PMC4360427/

4 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/-articles/PMC3897963/

5 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/-articles/PMC2695282/

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Olly is a registered pharmacist with a long experience in the health field. She graduated from University of Medicine and Pharmacy and has studies in Cosmetology, Dermatology, Toxicology and several others. She has a 2 years experience as a retail pharmacist. You can connect with her via Linkedin or email.

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