AntaGolin FAQs

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  • What is AntaGolin?

    AntaGolin contains a blend of plant-derived (phytochemical) ingredients that have all been documented to help stabilise blood sugar and assist with regulation of certain biochemical pathways involved in the development of insulin resistance. Anyone suffering from insulin resistance as a result of excess body fat can benefit from AntaGolin.

    Trials conducted in South Africa as well as the USA, evaluated by independent medical experts, have indicated that taking AntaGolin in conjunction with lifestyle modification makes you lose more weight than lifestyle modification alone. AntaGolin can also be used by individuals with glucose intolerance or pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, or insulin resistance related to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). AntaGolin is an ideal product to use with any weight-loss or weight-maintenance programme.

  • What is the dosage for AntaGolin?

    Take 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day with a meal.

  • What are the side effects of AntaGolin

    The individual ingredients contained within AntaGolin are generally considered to have a low side effect profile. AntaGolin may cause gastro-intestinal irritation, diarrhoea or constipation. Patients on diabetic medication may develop low blood sugar, especially if AntaGolin is taken on an empty stomach.

  • Does AntaGolin work?

    To test the efficacy of AntaGolin in clinical practice, the Medical Nutritional Institute conducted a series of 11 in-house observational studies on obese and overweight individuals, initially in South Africa and later in the USA as well. In all the studies, subjects taking AntaGolin in combination with lifestyle intervention lost, on average, twice the amount of weight as compared to a control group on lifestyle intervention alone. All studies also demonstrated a significant statistical decrease in the total amount of abdominal fat after treatment with AntaGolin, as measured by a reduction in waist circumference.

  • Where can I buy AntaGolin?

    • Shop Online
    • South Africa – At any pharmacy. No prescription is required.
    • Namibia – At any pharmacy. No prescription is required.
    • International – Email us at for international purchasing information.

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