Lift Fast Acting Glucose

Raise your blood sugar level when you need it most.

Lift Fast Acting Glucose
  • Each chewable tablet contains 3.7g of fast acting glucose
  • Convenient and resealable & water-resistant packaging

Lift glucose chews and shots can help you manage your blood sugar levels. It contains fast acting glucose (also known as Dextrose), making it ideal for those managing blood sugar/glucose levels.

Product Information

Lift Chewable Tablets and Shots - a rapid response made possible by the ingredient Dextrose, a simple sugar that is easily absorbed by the body, resulting in an instant supply of glucose to manage your blood glucose levels. Experiencing the results within 15 minutes you can count on Lift fast acting glucose to give you a boost when you need it most


  • Fast-acting glucose, the body's preferred source of energy
  • Tough, resealable & water resistant packaging
  • Shots contain 15g of glucose - measured dosage

Each tube of Lift contains 10 fast acting natural glucose tablets. Each tub of Lift contains 50 fast acting natural glucose tablets. These are caffeine, gluten & fat free. Lift tablets are free from any artificial colours, preservatives and sweeteners and also suitable for both vegans and vegetarians. The 60ml shots are a measured dose of 15g of glucose.

It is recommended 1-3 chewable tablets or 1 shot, should be consumed 10-15 minutes prior to any high energy activity e.g. running or gym sessions, that will last 30 minutes or longer. For diabetics, Lift can be used to help manage blood sugar levels and hypos.

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  • What is Type 1 diabetes?

    It is an autoimmune condition and can occur at any age but is most commonly diagnosed from infancy to the late 30s. With this type of diabetes, a person’s pancreas produces no insulin. It occurs when the body’s own defence system (the immune system) attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. The only treatment for type 1 diabetes is insulin, which is usually injected or infused via a pump.

  • What is Type 2 diabetes?

    Type 2 diabetes is by far the most common type of diabetes – in the UK over 90% of people with diabetes have type 2. It usually affects those over 40, or 25 and is becoming more common among young people. The symptoms are not always obvious and unlike with type 1, they can take a long time to develop.

  • What is a hypo?

    A hypo – short for hypoglycaemia – happens when blood glucose levels drop too low. It can make you feel unwell and a bit shaken. A hypo happens when your blood glucose level drops below 4mmol/L. If left untreated, hypos can be dangerous – but the good news is they are easy to treat.

  • Managing diabetes on your own terms

    Although there are lots of options available to help people with diabetes, managing and treating low blood sugar with glucose tablets or shots are a preferred option for many. Lift Shots come as a measured does of 15g of fast-acting and the tablets are available in water-resistant, resealable on-the go packs so you can always have them with you.

  • Why Fast acting glucose?

    People with diabetes may experience episodes of hypoglycaemia as a side effect of insulin or other types of diabetes medication. Most newly diagnosed people with diabetes, will experience mild to moderate symptoms of low blood sugar as their body adjusts to treatment. It is important to have fast acting glucose on hand, to help raise their blood sugar quickly, when it drops dangerously low.


Read on to find out about the Common Symptoms of low blood sugar (Hypoglycaemia) and how to manage your levels.

The 15-minute Rule

The recommended treatment for low blood sugar is to consume 15 grams of glucose every 15 minutes until your blood sugar level rises above 4mmol/L. Glucose tablets or shots make it easier to administer this treatment by providing quick-release glucose in carefully measured quantities.

You can easily treat mild to moderate hypoglycaemia by following the 15-15-minute rule. The rule states that:

  • Consume

    15 grams of carbohydrates such as a slice of bread, 100g yoghurt, a small banana, an apple, a glass of fruit juice or 4 glucose tablets

  • Wait

    15 minutes to allow the body to absorb the glucose from these foods before testing your blood glucose again to see if it rises above 4.0 mmol/L

  • Repeat

    If necessary or until your blood sugar level gets to 4.0 mmol/L or above

  • Eat

    A balanced meal as soon as possible to prevent a relapse.

Be the best you can be

Convenient fast-acting source of glucose which can be kept on hand to help manage your hypoglycaemia.