Ortho Molecular Products

Glycemic Foundation


Servings: 30
Net weight: ~940 grams

Glycemic Foundation is an easy-to-prepare drink that helps the body maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

Product Info

Maintaining healthy blood sugar levels has become a concern for many in the United States and across the globe. The prevalence of refined sugars and carbohydrates and the low presence of fiber in the Western diet have been directly linked to many blood sugar challenges.

Glycemic Foundation is designed to to help promote healthy blood sugar levels. With its high fiber (12 g) and high soluble fiber (9 g) content as well as fermentable fibers from inulin and FiberAid, and 10 g of protein from brown rice, Glycemic Foundation helps manage the spike in blood sugar and insulin levels after a meal, as well as the associated afternoon drops, leading to less fatigue. Glycemic Foundation also provides 1.3 g of omega-3 fatty acids from organic flaxseed and has no added sugar. Lipoic acid is added for its powerful antioxidant support, insulin regulation, and AMPK signaling, to support optimal glucose disposal and weight management. Chromium is added to support GTF (glucose tolerance factor) production, critical for cellular uptake of glucose. Vanadyl sulfate is also included for its support of more optimal insulin sensitization. 

Suggested Use:

For the first three days of use, add 1 scoop (15.65 g) to at least 8 oz. of water or the beverage of your choice, stir and drink between or before meals one to three times daily. Increase dose to 2 scoops (31.3 g) after three days, or as recommended by your health care professional.


  • Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
  • Strengthens Cardiovascular Health
  • Provides Key Nutrients for Blood Sugar Regulation



Glucomannan is a water-soluble dietary fiber that is derived from konjac root (Amorphophallus konjac). A meta-analysis of 14 randomized controlled trials of glucomannan found 2.0- 3.87 g/day significantly balanced total blood fats, reduced body weight by 0.79 kg, and supported healthy blood sugar levels.


Larch arabinogalactan is a fermentable polysaccharide fiber from the Larch tree that supports healthy immunity by supporting the growth of beneficial gut flora, and strengthening the activity of NK cells. In one placebocontrolled, double-blind, randomized trial, Larch was found to modulate immune activity and support upper respiratory health. The same Larch-based formula was also found to boost the immune response to seasonal challenges.

Alpha Linolenic Acid

Flax seeds are a generous source of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. The organic flax seeds in Glycemic Foundation provide a total of 1.3 g of alpha linolenic acid per scoop, while contributing additional protein, lignans and numerous micronutrients.

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is an antioxidant which has a potent effect on blood sugar metabolism. Recent studies have shown that ALA’s ability to regulate insulin is mediated by its activation of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK), which acts as a type of cellular fuel sensor to upregulate activity in the peripheral skeletal muscle; and while in the hypothalamus, downregulates AMPK, thereby, reducing appetite. Other research has found that a dose of 600 mg/day of ALA over 3 months lead to a 36% reduction in blood fats and a 38% improvement in the oxidative stress to oxidative defense ratio.


Chromium is a critical element in the molecule called glucose tolerance factor (GTF), a complex shown to be crucial for glucose uptake into the cells. Studies using 1,000 mcg/day of chromium showed a significant improvement in markers of blood sugar balance, insulin sensitivity and blood fats. 

Vanadyl Sulfate

Vanadyl sulfate (VS) stimulates glucose uptake within cells helping to use blood sugar more efficiently and maintain healthy blood sugar levels. VS increases GLUT-4 synthesis, a glucose transport protein which allows glucose to enter the cell. This improved glucose consumption promotes increased muscle cell sensitivity to insulin.

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