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Bio-Chromium Plus
Supports glucose metabolism



Blackmores Professional Bio-Chromium Plus is a balanced formulation providing essential nutrients involved in glucose metabolism.

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Bio-Chromium Plus
Supports glucose metabolism

Serving Type: Tablet

Available In Sizes: 120 Tablets, 60 Tablets

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Product Information

  • Suitable for vegans
  • Combines 200mcg of chromium with other essential nutrients involved in glucose metabolism

 

Chromium picolinate (Chromium 50mcg) 402mcg
Chromic chloride (Chromium 150mcg)
768mcg
Total elemental chromium
200mcg
Manganese amino acid chelate (Manganese 2mg)
20mg
Magnesium phosphate - tribasic (Magnesium 13.4mg)
65mg
Potassium phosphate - dibasic (Potassium 14.8mg)
33mg
Zinc amino acid chelate (Zinc 5mg)
25mg
Nicotinamide
50mg
Calcium pantothenate (Vitamin B5 22.9mg)
25mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6)
25mg
Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)
300mcg
Folic acid
150mcg

Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with a meal, or as professionally prescribed.
Children under 12 years: Only as professionally prescribed.

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

Bio-Chromium Plus may interfere with certain other medications your patients may be taking. Magnesium and zinc may decrease the absorption and efficacy of tetracycline and quinolone antibiotics. Administer Bio-Chromium Plus at least two hours apart from these medications. Absorption of vitamin B12 may be decreased by clofibrate, sulphonamides, PABA, colchicine, neomycin, metformin, phenformin, primidone, pyrimethamine, ranitidine and sodium nitroprusside. Folic acid may decrease the efficacy of methotrexate and other folic acid antagonists. The efficacy of folic acid may be decreased by co-trimoxazole, sulphasalazine, phenytoin, phenobarbitone, primidon and methotrexate

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