It is safe for someone with diabetes to take Almased, according to the company website. Almased is an all-natural product made of fermented soy, honey and yogurt, which aids in weight loss and boosts energy levels. It has a low glycemic index that only raises blood sugar levels minimally.
Results of a pilot study in which 22 obese individuals with Type 2 diabetes replaced some of their meals with Almased revealed that 68 percent of the subjects lost weight, lowered their body mass indexes, and reduced their waist and hip circumferences, reports Medical News Today. Their glucose levels were better controlled, they required less insulin, and they exhibited improved HDL-cholesterol and triglyceride levels. While the results are promising, diabetics should consult with their doctors before using Almasted.