Keeping participants active minus sugar

Chu (left) presenting the sponsored items to Star Media Group client brand marketing executive Siti Maisarah Rosli.

With Malaysians becoming more aware of the harmful effects of excessive sugar intake, companies like Herbaceutical are helping to provide solutions for those in search of healthier options.

“We are happy to be a returning sponsor for Starwalk as it is an event that promotes a healthy lifestyle,” said Herbaceutical advertising and promotions manager Chu Chee Yin.

The company is sponsoring RM10,000 worth of NH Gluco-K, a multigrain health drink designed to help reduce the body’s absorption of glucose and assist diabetics in their efforts to control and stabilise blood sugar levels.

“Sugar plays an important role in providing the body with the energy it needs, but not much is needed,” Chu said, adding that NH Gluco-K was suitable for those looking to lead an active lifestyle while sustaining a low-sugar diet in tandem.

“We want people to be active and to consume natural products,” she said, advising users to take the drink after a meal.

Chu said NH Gluco-K was made from gymnema leaf, bitter melon (also known as bitter gourd), green tea, stevia leaf and other beneficial botanicals.

“Non-diabetics can consume NH Gluco-K for a perfect wind-down after meals,” she added.
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