Saliva Glucose Test

for estimating blood sugar levels

Did you know that 1 in 3 Americans are pre-diabetic, and 84% of them are unaware of their condition? Our NEW Saliva Glucose Level Self-Test empowers you to be proactive with your health and begin your blood sugar management journey*.

  • No pain, No pricking, Just swab
  • Estimates your blood sugar level in less than 10 minutes
  • Scientifically Tested
  • Easy to Use, Non-Invasive, Quick Results
  • For Single Use
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How to test

Test 2 hours

after eating.

Place Under Tongue

Hold the round end & place the white tip under tongue for 2 minutes nd until the yellow line changes color.

Wait 5 Minutes

Remove from mouth & wait 5 minutes for accurate results.

Read Results

Use the glucose level scale to see estimated blood glucose levels.
Discard after use.

Science-Backed Results In Real Time

New to testing and monitoring your blood sugar? The Saliva Glucose Level Self-Test is a simple & science-backed first step. There’s no pain or pricking - just 1 swab of your saliva estimates your blood glucose levels in less than 10 minutes.

Why is This Important? According to Experts.

“Evaluating blood glucose with a standard glucometer can be difficult for some. Having a non-invasive way to check glucose, such as salivary glucose testing, may help to identify more people who are at risk for diabetes. This way, we can get them to their medical professionals sooner for diagnosis and treatment. With earlier diagnosis and modification of risk factors, long term complications of diabetes can hopefully be prevented.”

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Dr. Mary Kellis, MD

Staff Physician in the Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute at Cleveland Clinic

Proof Is In The Swab

We’re confident that our products will bring you daily blood sugar confidence. That’s why we’re bringing our 3rd core pillar of Measurability right to your door. Now, you can see the immediate results of Stabilize and track Reduce’s progress on your blood sugar over time.

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How to interpret results

Frequently Asked Questions

* The saliva glucose test is not for diagnosing any disease and should not be used to replace a blood glucose monitor