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GT&F® Milk Powder

A patented, clinically studied product, GT&F Milk with a combination of Trivalent Chromium, Lactoferrin, Whey Protein Concentrate and best grade New Zealand Milk Powder for a better bioavailability.

Key Points

Halal certified
(THIDA Taiwan Halal).

Low in Glycemic Index (GI).

Contains Lactoferrin-Chromium complex, the well-absorbed form of dietary trivalent chromium.

Has Product Liability Insurance coverage of USD 1 million.

A 100% natural food supplement- Made from Best Grade New Zealand milk, Whey Protein Concentrate, Lactoferrin and trivalent chromium.

Has various product patents from several countries, intended to prevent and maintain to optimum level.
• Body Fat (US 20100009014 A1)
• Blood Lipids (US 20060030519A1)
• Fatty Liver (US 20120064176A1)
• Cardiovascular Disorder (US 20070010426A1)

Regulates blood sugar, improving cholesterol & triglyceride levels, and other inflammation-related lifestyle complications.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrients Per Serving Per 100g
7 g
35 g
2 g
10 g
10 g
50 g
110 mg
550 mg
240 mg
1200 mg
26 mg
130 mg
Vitamin B1
0.07 mg
0.5 mg
Vitamin B2
0.36 mg
2 mg
Vitamin B6
0.1 mg
0.5 mg
Vitamin B12
0.16 mcg
1 mcg

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 kcal diets

Glucose Metabolism

What is GTF?

  • Glucose Tolerance Factor, or GTF consists of trivalent chromium, amino acids and vitamin B.

  • The GTF complex exists in every of the human body cells.

  • GTF chromium is the cofactor for insulin, therefore stimulates the biological activity of insulin and improve the sensitivity of insulin receptors.

GTF is similar as the key for the cells. It allows glucose from bloodstream smoothly transported into cells and convert into energy.  Therefore, GTF helps in metabolism.

The essential of GTF: Trivalent Chromium

  • Chromium is an element that exists in our environment mainly in two forms, hexavalent (Cr6+).

  • The trivalent form, a low toxicity form which is an essential nutrient that found in most foods (Anderson et al., 1997).  Examples of foods that contain chromium is banana, whole grain products and broccoli.
  • However, the absorption rate of chromium from foods is as low as from 0.3% to 3% only.
  • Absorption of Cr3+ from supplements such as chromium picolinate, chromium polynicotinate ranges from 3-4%.
  • However, human loses chromium with aging, hence become less sensitive to plasma insulin and ultimately develops impaired glucose tolerance.

  • Therefore, normal people can take around 50-200mcg of chromium per day, according to study conducted in US.

Scientific Research

Research also shows that GTF plays an important role in regulating one’s plasma glucose level. Supplementation of GTF chromium for 16 weeks significantly reduce fasting blood glucose level by 22% (Pei et al., 2006).

Besides that, chromium supplementation also able to reduce Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) level by 0.5-1.1% (Pei et al., 2006; Huang et al., 2018). A reduction of HbA1c by 1% able to reduce the complications of diabetes (Stratton et al., 2000).


  1. Anderson, R.A., 1997. Chromium as an essential nutrient for humans. Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology, 26(1), pp.S35-S41.
  2. Huang, H., Chen, G., Dong, Y., Zhu, Y. and Chen, H., 2018. Chromium supplementation for adjuvant treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus: Results from a pooled analysis. Molecular nutrition & food research, 62(1), p.1700438.
  3. Pei D et al. 2006. The influence of chromium chloride-containing milk to glycemic control of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Metabolism Clinical and Experimental 55:923.

Wound Care

Blood glucose level plays an important role in terms of wound healing. The two hormones, Growth hormone (GH) and Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1) are involved in wound healing process which is affected by the blood glucose levels.

Mechanisms of high blood glucose in Peripheral Neuropathy and wound healing process

  • Insulin resistance happens when the cells unable to react towards the insulin, therefore, uptake of glucose into cells are affected.

  • Uncontrolled blood glucose affects the hormones involved in wound healing.

  • Left untreated, infection may contribute to the risk of developing gangrene, sepsis or a bone infection, as well as amputation.

GTF and wound healing

  • Chromium is one of the most important trace elements in wound healing as it enhances protein, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism.

  • Hence, glucose is converted into energy for conducting cellular functions, blood glucose is then regulated and increases cell metabolism.

Benefits of GT&F Milk in wound healing process

  • Besides that, GTF-chromium also stabilizes GH and IGF-1 level, thus enhances wound healing process.

  • Lactoferrin in GTF has shown to improves wound healing with restoration of normal dermal architecture, enhances body immune system and protecting body cells from being damaged.

  • At the same time, Amino acids aids in wound healing process by promoting tissue repairing, and Vitamin B-complex protects the nerve tissues from damage.

Cardiovascular and Liver Health

GTF Milk Cardiovascular and Liver Health

  • A healthy blood glucose level ensures healthy functioning of cardiovascular system.

  • Patients with Type 2 diabetes have 2-5 times higher risk of myocardial infarction and 2-3 times higher risk of stroke compared to those without diabetes (Nathan, 1993).

  • Reduction of 1% of HbA1c reduces the risk of microvascular complications, for example, risk of amputation can be reduced by 37% (Stratton et al., 2000).

  • Triglycerides (TG), a kind of lipid that is normally converted from food, is stored in body and used as energy.

  • However, high TG liked to several health complications including affecting of cardiovascular and liver health. One of the examples of the complications is Non-alcoholic fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).
  • Studies shown that chromium able to regulate TG level, and improves HDL level, hence able to enhance cardiovascular health (Huang et al., 2018). Besides that, chromium also helps to reduce atherosclerosis (Mao. 2006).
  • Supplementation of chromium prevents insulin resistance associated NAFLD through the suppression of inflammation, improving lipid metabolism and reducing hepatic triglycerides (Chen et al., 2010)
(Sources: Chen et al., 2009)
  • Chromium also serves as preventive towards cholestasis-induced hepatic damage by enhancing antioxidative capacity especially on BDL-induced hepatic oxidative stress. (Chen et al., 2009)


  1. Chen, W.Y., Chen, C.J., Liu, C.H. and Mao, F.C., 2010. Chromium attenuates high-fat diet-induced nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in KK/HlJ mice. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 397(3), pp.459-464.
  2. Chen, W.Y., Chen, C.J., Liao, J.W. and Mao, F.C., 2009. Chromium attenuates hepatic damage in a rat model of chronic cholestasis. Life Sciences, 84(17-18), pp.606-614.
  3. Mao, F.C. (2006). Super Discovery “6 in 1” – Regulating Blood Glucose, Insulin, Blood Lipid, Cholesterol, Leptin and Interleukin-6. Press Conference of the 16thAsian Agricultural Society Biannual Meeting, Taichung.
  4. Nathan, D.M., 1993. Long-term complications of diabetes mellitus. New England Journal of Medicine, 328(23), pp.1676-1685.

Glucose Management during Pregnancy

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is characterized by glucose intolerance during pregnancy.

Pregnancy may increase urinary chromium loss, making pregnant women susceptible to chromium deficiency (Morris et al., 1995). Sundararaman et al (2012) found out that serum chromium level of women with gestational diabetes are lower than in controls.

Chromium is an essential mineral which aids in lipid and glucose metabolism. It is a key substance for the formation of Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF) complex. Therefore, chromium helps to improves glycemic control.

According to study done by Jovanovic et al (1999), gestational diabetes women need about 4-8mcg/kg of chromium daily. Supplementation of chromium for 8 weeks in GDM women significantly lower the HbA1c level compared to control group, with reading of 5.2% vs 5.6%, respectively.


  1. Jovanovic L, Gutierrez M, Peterson C. 1999. Chromium supplementation for women with gestational diabetes mellitus. J Trace Elements Exp Nutr 12:91–97.
  2. Morris B, MacNeil S, Fraser R, Gray T. 1995. Increased urine chromium excretion in normal pregnancy. Clinical Chemistry 41:1544–1545.
  3. Sundararaman, P.G., Sridhar, G.R., Sujatha, V. & Anita, V. 2012. Serum chromium levels in gestational diabetes mellitus. Indian J Endocrinol Metab 16:70-73.


GTF Chromium and Anti-Aging Effect

  • Most of the time, a lot of our skin problems are caused by inflammation, collagen damage and toxic accumulation in our body. They are associated with abnormal cell metabolism, including abnormal glucose metabolism.

  • Blood glucose level plays an important role in skin condition. Sufficient GTF complex in our body ensures proper glucose metabolism and conversion of glucose into energy. Thus, this ensures cell growth and helps in reverse aging.
  • Glycation due to high glucose intake leads to damaged and brittle collagen structure, therefore leads to aging process. A proper glucose metabolism prevents glycation, thus restoring the firming effect of skin and slowing down aging.
  • Besides that, enough level of GTF complex in the body cells effectively strengthens antioxidants in our body such as Vitamin E and catalase, thus prevention the effects of free radical and promotes anti-aging effect.
  • Longevity genes (Sirtuins-Sir 2) are found in almost all living cells and they are responsible for the cell’s lifespan extending effects. Sufficient GTF complex strengthens the longevity genes for better memory and also longer lifespan of cells (Mao., 2006).

Authorization & Registration

Our products are authorized and registered with numbers of relevant authorities and organizations throughout the world.

Food Quality Control Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia
Center for Food Sadety and Applied Nutrition, Food and Drug Administration
Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA), Singapore
Bahagian Kawalan Kualiti & Keselamatan Makanan, Kementerian Kesihatan Brunei
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Thailand
Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan (POM), Republik Indonesia
HALAL Certificate from The Chinese Muslim Association, Authorized bodies recognized by JAKIM

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