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How long should I give theanine & benfotiamine?

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Default How long should I give theanine & benfotiamine?

I just read of Mrs.D's experience with the blood glucose lowering effects of both these supplements.

I am very interested in trying them to help lower my BG. Just wondering about a time frame for seeing any positive results. Should I give it a couple of months, weeks, etc?

I have the Doctor's Best stabilized Suntheanine (150 mg.) and LEF Benfotiamine (250 mg.) Are there any guidelines for how much to take per day?
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