How To Choose The Right Supplement


So you’re in need of some supplementation support, just like the rest of the world in this day and age. But with a massive overflow of options, how do you decide which supplement to choose? Do you find yourself in a pharmacy getting bombarded with all the buy one get one free tags, so you eventually just pick a bundle feeling like “yea that’s a good catch”? Do you follow the “gurus” on social media and think to yourself “if it worked for them then it must work for me”? Or do you briefly scan the taglines for “herbal” and immediately assume that it’s a good idea that would do no harm. If you’ve slipped into any of these scenarios, you’re not alone.

We’re here to effectively guide you into choosing the right – and safe – supplement, so here’s what you should keep in mind!

Read the ingredients

It’s all in the details. Don’t just settle for something that states ‘iron’ or ‘vitamin D’, they’re most likely to be the cheapest forms of these nutrients. Specific forms like “Iron Citrate“ & “Vitamin D3” should always be mentioned to guarantee effectiveness and accuracy.

The “free from” section can also be a great indication of whether or not the supplement meets quality standards; look out for things such as free from gluten, lactose, eggs, soy, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, artificial preservatives, coloring, and GMOs.

If any ingredient rings unfamiliar bells—do some research before taking any chance with unknown substances. And finally if you have any allergies, you should probably take the label section very seriously!

Check the dosage

This is key. Taking too much of a vitamin or mineral can be damaging, but insufficient doses may not provide enough benefit either. For example, overdosing on vitamin D can lead to a condition called vitamin D toxicity, and taking too much Iron can cause iron overload and liver damage. On the other hand, if you have a deficiency or are far from optimal range then the minimal doses provided in generic, high-street supplements simply won’t be effective. Make sure that what you’re taking has been formulated with beneficial amounts that are complementary to your needs.

Review The Raw Materials

A dietary supplement’s effectiveness is based on the quality of its raw materials. Choose a provider whose supplements contain pure, consistent, and high-quality ingredients. Most importantly, look for a company’s testing practices to ensure that their raw materials meet standards for purity and potency. All raw materials must be tested for contaminants, heavy metals, and purity as well as the safety and efficacy of a supplement.

Check the bioavailability

Bioavailability is the amount of nutrients that your body is able to absorb. Given the many different forms of nutrients, some are much easier to absorb than others. The supplement’s label should be a good indicator of that. There’s also the recurrent question “with or without food?”. The name ‘supplements’ should be a clue. They should be taken with food unless specifically stated in the instructions. This is to avoid nausea and make sure your digestive enzymes are active, and ultimately get the best absorption.

Watch out for bold claims

Burn fat instantly. Regrow your hair in two weeks. Heal your gut. Get immediate erections. Increase testosterone overnight. Build muscle fast. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

Pro Tips

– Understand why you are taking a supplement. If it’s for nutritional deficiencies make sure you retest to see if it’s working for you & to avoid over supplementation.

– Follow instructions. Only take the recommended dose unless specifically advised by a professional & commit to the proposed timing to ensure better results and absorption.

– Only take one new supplement at a time. This can help you understand if you feel better, worse, or no different. Some supplements don’t mix well either and might affect absorption as well as create gastric problems. So be mindful of the amount of supplements you’re taking too and immediately stop if you experience any adverse effects.

With the overwhelming number of nutritional supplements available, it can be difficult to decide which ones are beneficial and when they should best be used. Seeking guidance from a professional is your safest bet – someone who has up-to-date knowledge on the supplement market and specific research experience in this area. Luckily, that’s exactly what Valeo health experts do! Coupled with our private label supplements that are designed based on local demands with international manufacturing standards and best in quality ingredients, Valeo is certainly the one-stop shop for expert guidance & quality products. Furthermore, our retesting options provide you with information regarding whether or not a particular supplementation method was effective for you specifically. However if you still wish to go through the selection process alone, sticking to the recommendations and tips above would definitely put you on the right track. 

IV Drips, How to Keep it Safe & Effective!

IV Drips, How to Keep it Safe & Effective!

Okay, okay when was the memo sent? How did the cringe-worthy, almost dreadful experience of being stuck with a needle for an hour turn into the showstopper of everyone’s wellness routine? (Yes everyone, it’s not just the celebrities!) Well, this happened quite a while ago actually. The IV treatment craze peaked post-pandemic and since then people have been frequently adopting this method into their health regimen. From energy and immunity boosts to healing jet-lags, this treatment is promising it all.

And just like everything else health-related, we’re here to get to the science of the matter. Now let’s break it down one drop at a time!

So what is “IV” anyway?

IV vitamin & nutrient infusion therapy involves inserting an IV line into a vein in your arm to administer a high concentration of liquid vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids, and minerals into your bloodstream. The therapy may be for only one vitamin or a cocktail of nutrients. Taking it back to history, it all started with the “Myers cocktail” around 50 years ago, John Myers MD, a physician from Baltimore pioneered the use of intravenous (IV) vitamins and minerals as part of the overall treatment of various medical problems.

Why the hype?

One of the main reasons IV drip treatments have become so popular is the convenience and speed with which they can deliver nutrients to the body. Unlike oral supplements, which have to be absorbed through the digestive system, IV therapy allows for a more direct and immediate delivery, achieving high serum concentrations – almost 100% vs a lower percentage from oral. This can be especially beneficial for people who are unable to properly absorb nutrients through their digestive system, such as those with gastrointestinal disorders or malabsorption syndromes.

Another big one is hydration, something most of us struggle with. A liquid salt solution carries the nutrients in an IV drip, this solution instantly hydrates your body & boosts your electrolyte levels.

In addition, other benefits (this might be our favorite) include more precise dosing for what the body needs, leading to higher chances of optimized levels. Also, over time the interval between treatments can be gradually increased, this leaves room for fewer injections in the long run.

Given all these benefits, it’s no wonder your social media is filled with people hanging around with a serum line pinched to their arm! This almost “too good” scenario begs the question: “is it safe”? Yes, as long as it’s professionally guided.

What you need to know before taking an IV.

Safety first, always. It is essential to consult with your healthcare provider before undergoing IV therapy, to ensure that it is appropriate and safe for your personal needs.
IV Drips are not a long-term solution, although they are great as a boost they are not a replacement for a good lifestyle and eating habits – do not compromise that. Also, drips are water soluble, meaning once your body uses what’s needed it’ll excrete the rest through your kidneys and into your urine.
Not all Vitamin IV Therapy suppliers are the same. Look for transparency and make sure that your IV comes from a credible distributor.

Finally, your body’s nutritional needs and treatment plan are specific to you. If you don’t know exactly what you need, IV treatment can cause more harm than good. This is where a proper medical assessment with a healthcare provider and a blood test comes in.

How Valeo can Help

Valeo offers a wide range of IV treatments covering all common symptoms. Glowing skin? Check. Strong immunity boost? Coming right up. Sunday-morning hangover? We’ve got you.

But most importantly, we’ve got the right tools & resources to make sure you’re having your treatment effectively and safely. Blood tests remain probably the best revealer of what’s happening inside your body. By uncovering your exact deficiencies, your Valeo coach would be able to pinpoint your nutritional needs and the dosages required to fill in those gaps, as well as detect any conditions or concerns that might prevent you from being a good candidate for IV treatments.

And have we mentioned this is all done from the comfort of your home?

Burnout? How A Blood Test Can Help

Burnout? How A Blood Test Can Help

Feeling exhausted, detached, and constantly swamped at work? You may be experiencing work burnout. Most people associate burnout with its mental signs and symptoms. However, burnout’s effects – much like chronic stress – can reach way beyond the brain, affecting everything from immune function to metabolic processes, and hormone levels.

The human body is perfectly capable of handling stress, but very unfit to cope with chronic stress – which is defined as 3 hours or more of stress per day over a prolonged period of time. Chronic stress and unbalanced cortisol levels can exert a kind of domino effect on all connected biological systems. The term “allostatic load” represents the physiological problems or “wear and tear” that affect different body systems leading to increased risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases – due to elevated cholesterol and blood sugar levels – and immune problems.

By looking at specific biomarkers such as blood sugar, cholesterol, inflammation markers, and certain hormones, a blood test can reveal the effects of burnout on your body and help detect problems before they occur.


Cortisol is a hormone secreted by the adrenal gland as the body reacts to a stressor, it prepares it for fight and flight conditions and is a significant biomarker for stress.

Blood Sugar and HbA1c

Stress triggers the release of cortisol into the blood, which could lead to an unexpected rise in blood glucose levels.

Cholesterol and Triglycerides

One theory dictates that stress causes the body to produce more energy for the fight or flight response, which causes the liver to produce and secrete more of the bad cholesterol, LDL.

CRP (C-reactive protein)

A type of protein produced by the liver in reaction to inflammation. Stress increases cortisol levels which suppresses the immune system, making it prone to inflammation.

So to wrap up, mental and emotional stress may lead to physical stress, and vice versa. We get it,  perhaps knowing the effects of stress on your body is more stressful, but at least it will push you to help your body fight the stress and stop it from doing more damage. This leads to a stronger mindset, getting you back on track to just regular stress – one that’s completely normal. So let’s get testing!

Tips Every Man Should Know

Tips Every Man Should Know

Taking care of yourself isn’t as hard as you think.

“Living a healthier life” might sound like an overwhelming goal, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips that are easy to add to your everyday life & will have a tremendous impact on your health in the long run.

Move Before You Eat

No more than 5 minutes needed. Depending on your fitness this could be a short walk, walk/run up and down some stairs, do some star jumps, press ups, or simply dance. This alters your metabolism and prepares you better for food.

Donate Blood

Once or twice a year. Blood donation is directly linked to fewer strokes, heart attacks and lower blood pressure. This is done by the reduction of hemoglobin and hematocrit when you donate. This is especially important for men.

Get Tested

Once a year blood testing can give vital information about your health. Don’t wait to get ill before getting tested.

Prevention is always way better, cheaper, and more convenient than cure.

Supplement Essential Nutrients

The nutrient content of food has reduced dramatically during the past century. Supplementing has become increasingly important, even just to fill the ‘nutrient gap’. That’s the gap between what you need and what you are getting from your food. It is important to seek advice on this. Not all supplements are created equal and there are certainly a lot of highly questionable supplements out there.

Stop Snacking

The act of eating food can be inflammatory. Snacking is really a modern phenomenon. All the major parts of our digestive system evolved to eat between 2 to 3 times a day. When you eat, eat well.

Become a Nutritarian

Quite simply a nutritarian is someone who seeks to get the most out of their food by seeking a variety of colors, high-quality ingredients, trusted meat, and fish sources and plenty of herbs. 

Seek Help

If you have any outstanding issues, be it health-related or not, seek help. Having a hard time quitting smoking? Seek help. Drinking too much? Seek help. Low energy levels? You get the idea.

Men are often encouraged to take care of themselves by the women in their lives, but taking charge of your own good health is important at any age – and it’s never too late to start developing healthier habits.

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4 Essential Supplements for Female Health

4 Essential Supplements for Women’s Health

As children, men and women have the same dietary requirements while growing up. However, when puberty hits, nutritional needs change at every stage of a woman’s life. Those nutrient needs change throughout their life span depending on their overall health, diet, and lifestyle. Nonetheless, we have summarized some of the go-to gold standard supplements for all the ladies out there who want to stay on top of their health at all times.


Omega-3 fish oilsFish – such as mackerel, sardines, tuna, and salmon – are rich sources of omega-3s, namely EPA & DHA.These essential fats can’t be made in the body, and because many women don’t eat enough fish – they may not like the flavor or may fear heavy metals or contaminants – they simply don’t get enough of them. Omega-3s are however crucial for heart and joint health, and essential for the healthy development of babies. Take 1-2 g of fish oils daily and ensure that at least 250-500 mg of that are in the EPA & DHA form.

Our supplement of choice: Super Omega+

Folic acid – Folate is a B vitamin and its name is derived from foliage – that’s because folate is richest in leafy foods like spinach, asparagus, etc. Our cells need folate to make DNA, and without it we’d simply be unable to make new cells or tissues, such as skin or hair. Folate is also essential for pregnancy especially during the first couple of weeks and that’s to prevent serious developmental conditions in the fetus. Women who are looking to conceive are as such recommended to supplement 600 mcg of folic acid up to 3 months before conception.

Iron – iron deficiency is the most common deficiency in the world, namely among women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding, follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, or have gut issues that prevent its absorption. During pregnancy, women also require more iron due to the increased production of red blood cells. It is recommended to speak to a health practitioner to determine the appropriate dosage for you.

Our supplement of choice for Iron & Folic Acid : Ferrolactin+

Vitamin D – Adequate vitamin D levels are essential to build a healthy bone structure foundation and prevent bone weakening, a condition known as osteoporosis  – that’s because vitamin D is essential to absorb calcium from the diet. While a daily maintenance dose of 1000-2000 IUs is generally acceptable, correction doses in the presence of a deficiency should be based on the blood test levels. 

Our supplement of choice: Bio-D-Mulsion Forte

You can always reach out to a Valeo health coach for a consultation to know the suitable supplements and the right dosages for your body. Book your free consultation today!

The Power Couple for Hard Erections: Testoplus & Tribulus+

The Power Couple for Hard Erections: Testoplus & Tribulus+

Done with the blue pill? Looking for more natural solutions? It’s okay if you can’t keep up, Erectile Dysfunction can be a complex issue and often takes patience to resolve. In short, an erectile dysfunction’s main physical limitation is caused by low blood flow and that’s exactly where we can help. Introducing Valeo’s Testoplus & Tribulus+, the first scientifically backed; custom made all-natural supplements for promoting erectile function in the region. Yes, believe the hype! It’s not just about the ingredients, at Valeo we have also taken the time to perfect the clinical dosage that each supplement delivers – so that YOU can deliver.

First let’s learn about the importance of Nitric Oxide (NO), it’s not that hard!

NO is a physiological signal that is essential to penile erection. Disorders that reduce NO or its release in the erectile tissue are commonly associated with erectile dysfunction. In order to counter this, Valeo’s male sexual performance supplements are designed to improve nitric oxide distribution, improve male hormones, and support healthy tissue which ultimately leads to healthy blood flow.

L-Citrulline the main component in Testoplus, is known to improve and increase NO distribution. A study shows that 50% of men taking 1.5g of L citrulline over a one-month period experienced improved erection hardness.

Korean (Panax) Ginseng Extract & Ginkgo Leaf – also team players in Testoplus – can relieve oxidative stress in blood vessels and tissues, and can help with the creation of nitric oxide thanks to its antioxidant properties. This is important because low blood flow often causes damage to blood vessels, where the smallest and most vulnerable arteries are found in the penis.

Zinc One study examined zinc supplementation in elderly men. Researchers showed that with increased zinc intake, testosterone levels in the elderly population almost doubled – a powerful evidence that zinc, found in Testoplus, has an impact on testosterone production and therefore male performance.


Tribulus Terrestris that makes up Tribulus+, is a well-known aphrodisiac with recent scientific validation of traditionally used herbal plants as aphrodisiac herbs for the management of impotence. It has been clinically proven to improve sexual desire, enhance erection, and increase testosterone levels in men.

To sum up: positive NO & testosterone levels = positive blood flow = positive erections


The components of both Testoplus & Tribulus+ have been carefully formulated in a way that optimises the effect of each ingredient on the body. Typically, you might find all ingredients in one capsule also recommended to be taken in one go, that’s definitely not ideal. Based on the solid research, the clinical dosage needed from Tribulus greatly differs from the rest of the ingredients found in Testo+. And so consuming the supplements separately at different frequencies but taking them together makes all the difference. Talk about #CoupleGoals!

Well gents, exciting news right?

To be clear, this is definitely not a quick fix. Men start seeing the benefits of doing this regime in 2 to 6 weeks – but then again IT IS relatively quick when we’re thinking long term.

With Valeo’s Testoplus & Tribulus+ also comes a marked improvement of performance over a period of time, something a one-off blue pill can never achieve. You’re gaining stamina, and energy, increasing your testosterone levels, improving blood flow, you’re basically manifesting a full power house to reach satisfaction on your own. Credit goes to you!

At the end of the day (or at any time of the day) approaching ED with natural supplements as opposed to meds, gives you more spontaneity and room to live in the moment and have fun, whenever the opportunity comes your way.



More than 50% of all women older than 65 in the US are widows, and widows outnumber widowers by at least 3 to 1. The disparity is even greater at older age; among centenarians (people who live for more than a 100 years), there are 4 females for every male.

This longevity gap is not unique to the US. When it comes to health, males are the weaker sex throughout life, and that’s a universal fact. But why?
A mix of biological, social, and behavioral factors that put men at higher risk of disease and death compared to women may be to blame.


Sex Chromosomes – Because women have two X chromosomes, the effects of having one bad disease-producing gene on one X can be counterbalanced by the presence of a normal gene on the other X. But in men – who have only one X chromosome – the same bad gene on the X will cause the disease, as they lack the potential protection of a matching gene.

Hormones – Testosterone has been historically blamed for the higher prevalence of heart disease among men, and even though research has disproven this, the male hormone is still thought to fuel other diseases like those of the prostate. Testosterone also contributes to aggressiveness, violence, and risk-taking – namely among younger men – which can lead to all sorts of problems.

Estrogen on the other hand is known to be protective for women – namely against heart disease – which is why its incidence is delayed by about 10 years in women compared to men.


Work Stress – A common explanation for the increase in cases of hypertension and heart disease among overworked males. As more women enter the workforce the gender gap may be slowly closing.


Diet and Lifestyle – Women generally eat healthier than men, and that’s a fact. “Male foods” stereotypically include meat and are less healthy compared to “female foods” which include more fruits and vegetables. Studies also found that men who consume a more healthy diet are judged to be less masculine and more feminine which may help explain the observed differences in consumption patterns.

Smoking and Alcohol Abuse – Smoking, drugs, & alcohol abuse have traditionally been male problems and the association of these self-destructive behaviors with multiple health issues from heart disease to lung cancer and more is well-known. Women have however been catching up to those rates due to the increasing adoption of these habits.

Lack of Routine Health Checks – According to a major survey, the proportion of surveyed men who had not seen a doctor in the previous year was 3 times greater than that of women. More than 50% of men in that survey also reported not having had a physical exam or cholesterol test in the previous year.


For all the lads out there, bad health isn’t inevitable. Men cannot change their chromosomes and not everyone has the luxury of quitting their stressful jobs, still, men can do a lot to catch up to women in many other areas. Taking care of one’s health should not be judged as “feminine” and Valeo is here to change this perception.
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No matter your age, not being able to get an erection when you want one is frustrating. But, when it happens in your 20s or 30s, you may be wondering if what’s going on down there is normal.

We’re here to tell you that you’re not alone, and that experiencing Erectile Dysfunction (referred to as ED throughout this article) at a younger age is much more common than what you might think.

Indeed, estimates from local studies in the Arab world show that up to 26% of men experience ED in their 20s & 30s, while 40% experience it in their 40s. And while Arab men experience ED at similar rates to the rest of the world, they live in a culture in which male virility and fertility is a foundational component of masculinity, which leaves them battling social stigma and enormous emotional pressures. That’s why Valeo decided to step in.

Debunking the hard truth – What is ED & why does it happen?

ED happens when a man can’t get or maintain an erection that is sufficient enough for satisfying sex – that might include erections that aren’t as long or as firm as wanted. For some men, ED may be a short-term problem that happens occasionally but for others, it is a long-term issue that has been developing over the course of years or decades.

A number of reasons – physical and psychological – such as stress, depression, and heart disease – can lead to ED. To explain how these factors relate to the functioning of the penis, it’s important to cover the basics of how erections work first.

From a physical aspect, the penis grows in size when a man is sexually aroused –  this happens as a result of a complex series of events in the body that involve the nervous system, the vascular system, and of course the tissue of the penis itself. Upon sexual stimulation, the brain releases a chemical to the penis (known as cGMP) which causes its muscles to relax, allowing blood to flow to its base, and leading up to an erection.

Seeing that erections highly depend on proper nerve functioning and a healthy blood flow, it’s no wonder why heart diseases, hypertension, kidney diseases, mental illness – and all other factors or conditions that affect either – would be associated with ED.

Getting hard made easy with Valeo

ED can be a frustrating issue when it happens, but Valeo has made it its mission to make getting hard..easy (the puns are endless).

Valeo provides its users with FDA-approved medications including Viagra a.k.a the famous little blue pill –  as well as state-of-the art and evidence-based natural supplements formulated to combine some of nature’s most potent aphrodisiacs – all delivered next day in discreet packaging –  to help men enjoy a satisfying sex life.

Tiredness & Fatigue: What blood tests you should look for

Tiredness & Fatigue: What blood tests you should look for

We’ve all had one of those days when we could barely keep our eyes open at work and had to chug one cup of coffee after the other in a desperate attempt to self-energize. And while exhaustion is a feeling that is often resolved with a good night’s sleep for most people, some of us may be dealing with it on a daily basis which can be a sign of underlying health conditions. We’ve summarized a list of biomarkers that may help reveal the cause of your constant tiredness.

Iron Profile – symptoms of iron deficiency anemia include tiredness, lack of energy, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and pale skin.

Complete Blood Count (CBC) – can help reveal a wide range of illnesses including anemia & inflammation associated with fatigue.

Testosterone – one of the main symptoms of having low testosterone levels is feeling fatigued all the time. Low testosterone levels can be due to excess weight, blood sugar imbalance, & alcohol abuse among other reasons.

HbA1c – type 2 diabetes & blood sugar imbalances cause tiredness, namely due to the body’s inability to effectively utilize blood sugar to produce energy.

Our modern “everyday hustle” pushes us to think that tiredness & fatigue is just part of how things flow. But feeling tired all the time is not normal, it’s your body asking you to slow down & take a look at what’s happening on the inside. So you guessed it, checking on your blood work is the ideal way to start! Valeo’s advanced blood test package includes detailed information on biomarkers related to your energy levels. Your test results along with the help of your Valeo Health Coach would help you recharge your energy battery and keep it on green mode.

The Powerful Supplement That No One’s Ever Heard of Before

The Powerful Supplement That No One’s Ever Heard of Before

We spend a good time at Valeo trying to comb through piles of research to find supplement recommendations that can help improve people’s health. Some of the supplements we often recommend include vitamin D to increase vitamin D levels and omega-3 to support anti-inflammatory pathways in the body – boring, I know…

But one highly effective supplement that we’re particularly fond of, that has been studied in a plethora of peer-reviewed scientific studies – and yet – that no one seems to have heard of before is: Berberine


Berberine is a bioactive compound found naturally in the roots of many medicinally important plants such as Hydrastis canadensis (goldenseal),and Berberis vulgaris (barberry).
Berberine had been historically used as an antibiotic for over 3000 years in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to treat a range of ailments, from diarrhea to eye infections, before its effects on modern day chronic disease – namely diabetes and high cholesterol – started gaining momentum.

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In a 2015 meta-analysis – a kind of “super-study” that reviews all the research published on a subject – confirmed the ancient remedy’s efficacy in “improving type 2 diabetes”, “improving high cholesterol”, and “reducing hypertension”, without causing the slightest side-effect! This “super-study” had summarized the evidence from 27 clinical trials.

One of the studies included in this meta-analysis found that supplementation with 1000 mg of berberine daily significantly reduced fasting blood glucose by 21% from an average of 126 mg/dL to 100 mg/dL in 3 months.

In an older meta-analysis from 2012 including over 1000 type 2 diabetics, berberine was even found to be as effective as conventional blood sugar medication for reducing fasting blood glucose!

More so, another meta-analysis published in 2018 – drawing on 16 clinical trials and including more than 2000 participants – showed that the use of berberine remarkably lowered the blood levels of LDL (bad cholesterol), triglycerides, and total cholesterol, while also increasing the levels of HDL (the good cholesterol) when used alone as therapy or in adjunction to medication.

Scientific evidence also supports the positive effects of berberine in a number of other health conditions such as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and PCOS, and according to, there are currently 18 clinical trials being conducted on berberine’s potential effects on conditions ranging from gastric cancer and inflammation to liver disease.


In brief, we don’t exactly know. But the theory is that berberine activates an enzyme called AMPK which is present in the muscle and liver. This enzyme is directly involved in improving the sensitivity of tissues to insulin – the hormone that helps lower blood sugar.

Studies also show that berberine may act by accelerating the breakdown of blood sugar to produce energy (a process known as glycolysis) and decrease the production of glucose in the liver (a.k.a the process of gluconeogenesis) which helps keep the blood vessels clear more efficiently.


Beyond the research findings, what further fuels our enthusiasm for berberine is the remarkable improvement in the blood biomarkers of Valeo users that we see on a daily basis (with decreased levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and HbA1c) after they try Valeo’s Berberine+.

What sets Valeo’s Berberine+ apart from other supplements is its purity: the extract of Berberis vulgaris we use is standardized to 97% berberine, the highest percentage you’ll find on the market.

In addition, the dose (3 x 500mg capsules a day with food) corresponds to what is tested in the majority of clinical trials.

So we have this naturally sourced supplement that is highly effective, clinically-supported, with empirical evidence dating back thousands of years, and that may very well be the knockout punch to lower your blood sugar and cholesterol. But could it work for you? Book a free consultation with a Valeo health expert to find out.