Do you know...
The health cost for diseases related to high blood sugar levels
is very expensive…
- Heart Disease
- Fatigue and Lack of Energy
- High Blood Pressure
- 50,000 USD/yr
- 2,000 USD/yr
- 1,500 USD/yr
- 3,000 USD/yr
- 30,000 USD/yr
For People Living With Prediabetes & High Blood Sugar Levels…
It’s Time Take Control Of Your Health Once Again.
How Is It Effective In Delaying The Onset Of Diabetic Complications?
Build awareness and conscious of client’s good health, keep monitoring
blood sugar and diet level and prevention of diabetes.
Our Objectives of Lowsutea®
Maintain better blood sugar level
Potentially delay onset of diabetic complications
Empower you to be conscious of your own health to prevention of diabetes
Lowsutea® may help to:
If You’re Looking To Delay Your Type 2 Diabetic onsets,
Lowsutea® Is Suitable For You
Using Abbott Libre sensor * , you
can track your blood sugar level
* Abbott Libre sensor is a device designed to be easy to apply and wear that helps to measure and store blood sugar level automatically.
64 Years Old Lowsutea users after 2 months drinking Lowsutea able to achieve blood sugar target at 87% vs. 26% before drinking Lowsutea
Achieved 87% average blood sugar target after drinking 1.5 month Lowsute
If Your Blood Sugar Levels Are High - It’s Time To Take Control Of Your Health Before You’re Exposed To Serious Health Problems Such As:
Our Medical Adversary Board
Professor Laurence K. Chan
MBBS (HKU), DPhil (Oxford University), FRCP (London and Edinburgh), FACP, FHKAM, FHKCP (Hon.), Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Director, Department of Transplant Nephrology, University Hospital Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, USA.
Dr. Jennifer Myint
Specialist in Geriatric Medicine
MBBS(HK), MRCP(UK), FHKCP, FHKAM(Medicine), MMed (Geriatrics)(New South Wales), FRCP (Edin), Honorary Consultant of Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital.
Dr. Chau Ming Tak
MBBS (HK), DMRD (London), FRCR (UK), FHKCR, FHKAM (Radiology)
Hon. Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Imaging & Interventional Radiology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Advisor, Yan Oi Tong Chinese Medicine Hospital Special Advisory Group.
Consultant. Department of Radiology (2012); Chief of Service, Department of Radiology (2009); Deputy Hospital Chief Executive, Queen Mary Hospital (2008); Chairman, Patient Concern Services, Hong Kong Red Cross.