BodyDetox24 — composition - 2

  1. Angelica root extract (Angelica sinensis) shows multilateral activity; i.a. it can activate the Kupffer cells in liver that eliminate cellular waste[7]. Angelica extract also supports function of hepatocyte - liver main cell[8,9],
  2. Shii-take extract (Lentinula edodes) is a natural source of biotin, which plays an important role as coenzyme of several metabolic processes. Scientific data show that shii-take extract may support liver function and regeneration.[10,11]. It is also a source of polysacharides including glucans and lentinans that have a beneficial impact on our health.
  3. Sweet potato extract (Ipomoea batatas) is a rich source of dietary fibers and vitamin B6. In the liver, B6 acts as cofactor in many reactions of amino acid metabolism. Vitamin B6 fights the formation of the toxic chemical homocysteine that damages blood vessels. It is also a source of polyphenols, which have very potent antioxidant activity.
  4. Wheat germ extract (Triticum vulgare) is a good natural source of E vitamin and also of many other vitamins and mineral compounds. It supports lipids control, reduces cholesterol level, and improves tissue response to insulin.
  5. Carrot root extract (Daucus carota) is a natural source of carotenoids, including (provitamin A),
  6. Chickpea extract (Cicer arietinum) is a source of vitamins, minerals and polyunsaturated fatty acids: α-linolenic acid and omega 3 acids.
  7. Spinach leaf extract (Spinacia oleracea) is i.a. a natural source of minerals, particularly iron, and of vitamins and β-ecdysterone, which is a vegetable steroid. It improves the body's nitrogen balance, protein synthesis and general wellbeing.

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