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Essential for fat metabolism especially in heart and muscle cells.
| Transports fatty acids into mitochondria where they are converted into energy.
| The product may be beneficial for athletes; as part of
Probiotic containing both Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains that are essential for gastro-intestinal wellbeing.
Probiotics have been shown to be supportive of a healthy bowel and may prevent the adverse effects of antibiotic treatment.
This particular probiotic is formulated for people over 40 years of age but may be used by younger people.
Alfalfa is a rich source of chlorophyll, protein, minerals, vitamins (especially Vitamin K) and enzymes.
| Useful as a nutritive support during convalescence as well as during breast feeding when nutritional demands are high.
Sulphur- containing antioxidant.
Useful in the management of glycation- connective tissue changes caused by high blood sugar levels. Glycation is linked to the ageing process and degenerative conditions.
Essential for metabolizing fats and carbohydrates.
Aids detoxification by recycling antioxidants such as glutathione, CoQ-10, Vitamin C and E.
Contains essential amino acids- amino acids that cannot be manufactured by the body and must be supplied by diet.
Product beneficial for vegans and vegetarians who may be deficient in some of these amino acids; athletes needing higher protein intakes and convalescing adults.
Ashwagandha is a adaptogenic herbal extract believed to assist the body in managing stressful situations (physical or emotional). Ashwagandha Root Extract promotes a restful, deep sleep, relaxes blood vessels and acts as an anti-inflammatory.
Derived from Haematococcus pluvialis.
| Astaxanthin is a carotenoid, making it useful in maintaining visual health.
| Shown to reduce lipid peroxidation, which is linked to cardiovascular disease.