- 1. Omega-3 Fatty acids BP providing Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 90 mg Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 60mg; 2. Green Tea Extract eq. to Polyphenols 10 mg; 3. Ginseng Extract USP 42.5 mg; 4. Ginkgo Biloba Extract USP 10 mg; 5. Grape Seed Extract 15 mg; 6. Lacti
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1. Omega-3 Fatty acids BP providing Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 90 mg Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 60mg; 2. Green Tea Extract eq. to Polyphenols 10 mg; 3. Ginseng Extract USP 42.5 mg; 4. Ginkgo Biloba Extract USP 10 mg; 5. Grape Seed Extract 15 mg; 6. Lacti
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Omega-3 fatty acids (also called ω−3 fatty acids or n−3 fatty acids) refers to a group of three fats called ALA (found in plant oils), EPA, and DHA (both commonly found in marine oils). Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids with a double bond (C=C) at the third carbon atom from the end of the carbon chain.
Types of Omega-3 fatty acids Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
Omega-6: Omega-3 ratio Clinical studies indicate that the ingested ratio of omega−6 to omega−3 (especially Linoleic vs Alpha Linolenic) fatty acids is important to maintaining cardiovascular health. Both omega−3 and omega−6 fatty acids are essential, i.e. humans must consume them in the diet. Omega−3 and omega−6 compete for the same metabolic enzymes, thus the omega−6:omega−3 ratio will significantly influence the ratio of the ensuing eicosanoids (hormones), (e.g prostaglandins, leukotrienes, thromboxanes etc.), and will alter the body's metabolic function.
Omega-3 fatty acids Diets rich in omega 3 fatty acids from oily fish decrease TC, TG, LDL, increase HDL & decrease CV events. FDA approved as a dietary adjunct for very high TG levels (> 500 mg/dL). < 3 g/day generally recognized as safe. Until further research is done on nutraceuticals, it is recommended that patients get dietary EPA & DHA.
Green tea extract herbal derivative from green tea leaves (Camellia sinensis). Containing antioxidant ingredients – mainly green tea catechins (GTC). It is reported to possess anti-inflammatory, anti-atherosclerotic activity and many other biologically useful activity and has been reported to be useful in Coronary Heart Disease, Liver Diseases, and also lowers the risk of osteoporosis. Green tea extract is approximately twice more antioxidant-active than Vitamin C. The biochemical properties of green tea extracts can be generally divided into four aspects – antioxidant, anticarcinogen, anti-inflammatory, and anti-radiation.
Ginseng extract Ginseng extract is typically derived from the root of this plant. As an herbal supplement, the extract has long been prized for its reputation of having anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and antioxidant properties. It is also used in the homeopathic treatment of 53 conditions, including depression, stress, low libido, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Studies have shown that ginseng extract can improve balance, help prevent diabetes, cure anemia, and strengthen the gastrointestinal system. Research in Asia has also shown that it can benefit people who have coughs, asthma, and tuberculosis. Both the physical and mental effects of stress have been improved with the use of ginseng. It was even found to decrease the effects of alcohol intake and subsequent hangovers.
Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo extract may have three effects on the human body: improvement in blood flow (including microcirculation in small capillaries) to most tissues and organs, protection against oxidative cell damage from free radicals, and blockage of many of the effects of platelet-activating factor (platelet aggregation, blood clotting) that have been related to the development of a number of cardiovascular, renal, respiratory and central nervous system disorders. Ginkgolides, especially ginkgolide B, are potent antagonists against platelet-activating factor, and thus may be useful in protection and prevention of thrombus, endotoxic shock, and from myocardial ischaemia. Ginkgo can be used for intermittent claudication.
Grape seed extract Human case reports and results from basic research provide preliminary evidence that grape seed extract may have a beneficial effect in heart diseases such as hypertension, high levels of blood cholesterol, cancer, platelet aggregation or inflammation.
Lactobacillus Many bacteria and other organisms live in our bodies normally. "Friendly" bacteria such as lactobacillus can help us break down food, absorb nutrients, and fight off "unfriendly" organisms that might cause diseases such as diarrhea. It is also used for high cholesterol, lactose intolerance and to boost the immune system.
Bioflavonoids Flavonoids (both flavonols and flavanols) are most commonly known for their antioxidant activity in vitro. At high experimental concentrations that would not exist in vivo, the antioxidant abilities of flavonoids in vitro may be stronger than those of vitamin C and E, depending on concentrations tested. Flavonoids may modify allergens, viruses, and carcinogens, and so may be biological "response modifiers". In vitro studies show that flavonoids also have anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-cancer, and anti-diarrheal activities.
Natural Mixed Carotenoids Natural Mixed Carotenoids are among nature's safest and best antioxidants. Natural Mixed Carotenoids or Beta-carotene is a pigment, belonging to a family of naturally occurring yellow, orange and red pigments, which are collectively called as carotenoids. They are found in various fruits, cruciferous, yellow and dark - green vegetables and also 54 abundantly in algae. Natural Beta-carotene is used in health care in two ways: As Pro - Vitamin A, which is due to its ability to be converted to Vitamin A as and when the body requires, and as an antioxidant, which protects against cell and tissue damage by scavenging free radicals. Lutein Lutein is one of two major carotenoids found as a color pigment in the human eye (macula and retina). It is thought to function as a light filter, protecting the eye tissues from sunlight damage.
Vitamin D3 Vitamin D is required for the regulation of the minerals calcium and phosphorus found in the body. It also plays an important role in maintaining the proper bone structure. It is used to prevent and treat osteoporosis. Vitamin D is also used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels, including high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It is also used for boosting the immune system, preventing autoimmune diseases, and preventing cancer.
Benfotiamine Benfotiamine (S-benzoylthiamine O-monophosphate) is a synthetic S-acyl derivative of thiamine (vitamin B1). It has been licensed for use in Germany since 1993. It is prescribed therefor treating sciatica and other painful nerve conditions. Benfotiamine is primarily marketed as an antioxidant dietary supplement. Benfotiamine may be useful for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy, and nephropathy. While the recent clinical trials have concentrated on conditions such as neuropathy, retinopathy and nephropathy, its beneficial effects may be far more wide-ranging, to include: sciatica, vascular health, general nerve health, improved blood pressure, general cellular protection, anti-aging, fibromyalgia, prevention of lactic acidosis, and treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 is required for the proper function and development of the brain, nerves, blood cells, and many other parts of the body. It is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid synthesis and energy production.
Niacinamide Niacin or niacinamide is required for the proper function of fats and sugars in the body and to maintain healthy cells. Niacin might help people with heart disease because of its beneficial effects on clotting. It may also improve levels of triglycerides in the blood. Niacinamide is used for treating diabetes.
Calcium ascorbate Vitamin C is required for the proper development and function of many parts of the body. It is a cofactor in at least eight enzymatic reactions, including several collagen synthesis 55 reactions. It also plays an important role in maintaining proper immune function. Ascorbic acid is well known for its antioxidant activity. When there are more free radicals (reactive oxygen species, ROS) in the human body than antioxidants, the condition is called oxidative stress and has an impact on cardiovascular disease, hypertension, chronic inflammatory diseases, diabetes as well as on critically ill patients and individuals with severe burns. Vitamin C may contribute to decreased risk of cardiovascular disease and strokes through a small reduction in systolic blood pressure.
Folic acid Folic acid is needed for the proper development of the human body. It is involved in producing the genetic material called DNA and in numerous other bodily functions. Women who are pregnant take folic acid to prevent miscarriage and neural tube defects in the fetus. It is used for the treatment of anemia in combination with iron and vitamin B12. It is also used to prevent heart disease and stroke, as well as to reduce blood levels of homocysteine. High homocysteine levels might be a risk for heart disease.
Biotin Biotin is a coenzyme for carboxylase enzymes, involved in the synthesis of fatty acids, isoleucine, and valine, and in gluconeogenesis. Diabetics may benefit from biotin supplementation. Supplementation with biotin can improve blood sugar control and help lower fasting blood glucose levels. Biotin can also play a role in preventing the neuropathy often associated with diabetes, reducing both the numbness and tingling associated with poor glucose control.
Choline Bitartrate Choline is similar to a B vitamin. It is used in many chemical reactions in the body. Choline seems to be important in the nervous system.
Piperidic acid It plays a role in regulating neuronal excitability throughout the nervous system. In humans, it is also directly responsible for the regulation of muscle tone. It provides a calming effect.
Calcium Calcium is a mineral that is an essential part of bones and teeth. Bones are always breaking down and rebuilding, and calcium is needed for this process. Taking extra calcium helps the bones rebuild properly and stay strong. The muscle, heart, nerves, and blood-clotting systems also need calcium to work.
Phosphorus Phosphorus is a component of bones, cells, in energy processing and many other functions. As phosphate, it is a component of DNA, RNA, ATP, and also the phospholipids that form all cell membranes. 56 Ferrous fumarate Iron is required for many proteins and enzymes, notably hemoglobin to prevent anemia.
Zinc Zinc is required for several enzymes such as carboxypeptidase, liver alcohol dehydrogenase, and carbonic anhydrase. Zinc is needed for the proper growth and maintenance of the human body. It is found in several systems and biological reactions, and it is needed for immune function, wound healing, blood clotting, thyroid function, and much more. Zinc plays a key role in maintaining vision.
Iodine Iodine's main role in is as a constituent of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Iodine also helps as an antioxidant, for extrathyroidal organs as mammary and salivary glands and for gastric mucosa and immune system (thymus).
Magnesium Magnesium is required for the proper growth and maintenance of bones. Magnesium is also required for the proper function of nerves, muscles, and many other parts of the body. In the stomach, magnesium helps neutralize stomach acid and moves stools through the intestine. Magnesium is important in more than 300 chemical reactions that keep the body working properly.
Manganese Manganese functions as a cofactor for a large variety of enzymes with many functions. Manganese enzymes are particularly essential in detoxification of superoxide free radicals. Manganese is an essential nutrient involved in many chemical processes in the body, including processing of cholesterol, carbohydrates, and protein. It might also be involved in bone formation.
Copper Copper is incorporated into a variety of proteins and metalloenzymes which perform essential metabolic functions; the micronutrient is necessary for the proper growth, development, and maintenance of bone, connective tissue, brain, heart, and many other body organs. Copper is involved in the formation of RBCs, the absorption and utilization of iron, the metabolism of cholesterol and glucose, and the synthesis and release of life-sustaining proteins and enzymes. These enzymes, in turn, produce cellular energy and regulate nerve transmission, blood clotting, and oxygen transport. Copper stimulates the immune system to fight infections, to repair injured tissues, and to promote healing. Copper also helps to neutralize "free-radicals", which can cause severe damage to cells.
Chromium Chromium may help some people with type 2 diabetes. It may help them control their blood sugar and may play a role in the management of type 2 diabetes. Supplemental 57 chromium may increase "good" (HDL) cholesterol and lower triglycerides and total cholesterol levels in people with high blood sugar and diabetes.
Molybdenum Molybdenum helps the oxidases xanthine oxidase, aldehyde oxidase, and sulfite oxidase. Molybdenum is stored in the body, particularly in the liver, kidneys, glands, and bones. It is also found in the lungs, spleen, skin, and muscles. Molybdenum works in the body to break down proteins and other substances. Molybdenum is also present in human tooth enamel and may help prevent its decay.
Chloride Chloride is a chemical the human body needs for metabolism (the process of turning food into energy). It also helps keep the body's acid-base balance. The amount of chloride in the blood is carefully controlled by the kidneys.
Selenium Selenium is a component of the unusual amino acids selenocysteine and selenomethionine. In humans, selenium is a trace element nutrient that functions as a cofactor for reduction of antioxidant enzymes, such as glutathione peroxidases. Selenium also plays a role in the functioning of the thyroid gland and in every cell that uses thyroid hormone.
Potassium Potassium plays a role in many body functions including transmission of nerve signals, muscle contractions, fluid balance, and various chemical reactions.
Boron Boron has been found to be essential for the utilization of vitamin D and calcium in the body. Boron is used for building strong bones, treating osteoarthritis, as an aid for building muscles and increasing testosterone levels, and for improving thinking skills and muscle coordination.
Vanadium Vanadium is used primarily for increasing insulin sensitivity and body-building. It may improve glucose control in people with type 2 diabetes.
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