>Whole Food Vitamin
Whole Food Vitamin offers a high potency spectrum of all essential vitamins and minerals along with an abundance of other important nutrients including a vegetable and fruit complex, spirulina, green tea extract, grape seed, pine bark extract, Co Q10, Quercetin, digestive enzymes and a multitude of herbs.
Essential for the maintenance of healthy skin, hair and eyes; increased absorption of minerals; potent anti-oxidants; supports role in blood closing process; and healthy red blood cells; regulation of blood sugar levels; production of Vitamin B12- B12 is necessary for red blood cell formation and normal growth, for building immunity and treating certain degenerative diseases.
Whole Food Vitamin ingredients
- is phytoestrogens, daidzein, genistein and glycitein extracted from soy. Soy Isoflavones have a protective component against cancer.
- is a flavonoid related to Quercetin. Rutin is nutritionally supportive for fragile capillaries, bruising and swollen ankles. Rutin prevents oxidation of LDL cholesterol by “recharging” Vitamin C.
- is the energy source for germinating seeds. It aids in the metabolism of insulin and calcium, hair growth, bone marrow cell metabolism, eye membrane development, and helps the liver transfer fat to other parts of the body.
- used to manufacture phosphatidylcholine found in every cell membrane. This component helps cells to remain flexible enough to travel around tight corners of blockages in the body. In the nerve cells and brain cells it protects the interior of the cell from trauma, toxins, infections, and oxidation.
- a blue-green algae containing 65-71% complete protein. It is a balance of all the amino acids.
- improves digestion and supplies powerful nutrients and enzymes.
- a wonderful dietary fiber, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides levels, aids in the removal of toxins and helps prevent colon cancer, diabetes, GI disorders and heart disease.
- research shows that oat bran lowers cholesterol levels thus promoting a lower risk of heart disease. Oat Bran is a great fiber source of Vitamin B1, iron, phosphorus, and potassium.
- increases circulation and enhances brain function. Research may show that Ginkgo has been helpful in lowering cardiovascular disease.
- Gotu kola is “brain food.” Gotu kola is known as a blood purifier, diuretic and helps relieve smooth muscle cramps.
- a rich source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids. This anti-inflammatory supports the joints, assists the body in the fight against allergies, cancer, cardiovascular disease and cholesterol balance.
- provides protection of capillaries and is an antioxidant.
- is needed for a healthy heart muscle. Co Q 10 is used by every cell in the body to capture electrons release as the mitochondria release the energy by combing sugar with oxygen.
Green Tea extract
- The compounds know as polyphenols that function as antioxidants combat bacteria and abnormal cells, inhibit the oxidation of LDL, cholesterol are found in green tea.
OPC-50 Grape Seed Extract and Pine Bark
- are rich in proanthocyanidins (PAC's) providing extreme antioxidant protection.
- is a flavonoid with anti-allergenic, antihistaminic and anti-inflammatory activity.
- Amylase digest Carbohydrates; lipase digest fats; cellulase breaks down non-digestible fiber found in plants.
- is a rich source of digestive enzymes.
- a protein digestive enzyme that helps the body release toxins and waste products from the body.
- strengthens adrenal gland function, relieves pain and inflammation, relaxes muscle spasms, lowers cholesterol, and acts as a mild laxative.
Siberian ginseng root
- enhances energy out put, regulates blood pressure, reduces cholesterol, stimulates immune functions, and promotes a general sense of balance.
- reduce lipid and serum cholesterol levels, provides strong adaptogenic tendencies, anti-tumor and immune-potentiating properties, and can be used in the treatment in various cancers.
- stimulates coronary circulation, supports immune function, anti- parasitic, stimulates digestive fluids, and combats infection, reducing blood pressure and heart rate.
– derived from sources such as broccoli, celery, parsley, cauliflower, carrots, and spinach, yam, collard greens, kale, and brussel sprouts. These are foods richest sources of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. They assist in alkalizing the body; they are rich in nutrients such as Vitamin K, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, and provide excellent free radical support.
– derived from oranges, lemons, tangerines, grapefruits, and limes. The components of these fruits are nature’s richest sources of citrus bio-flavonoids, vitamin C, and powerful antioxidants which may reduce clotting tendencies and inhibit oxidation of LDL cholesterol. Research confirms that a diet high in bioflavonoid contributes to a reduced risk of heart disease.
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