Collagen is a very important protein that can be naturally found in your body, mostly in you connective tissues, bones, and skin. It accounts for one-third of your body’s total protein. In a hydrolyzed form, collagen is broken down into more easily dissolvable aminoacids or peptides, making it easier to absorb.
Derived from the seeds of Plantago Ovata, it is a soluble fiber that is used medically as a lipoprotein for the reduction of cholesterol. Psyllium vibes to fat and be acids, helping the body get rid of it. Several studies have shown that it reduces LDL “Bad cholesterol” levels, and increases HDL “good cholesterol” levels.
A superfood, both sweet and nutritious. Packed with antioxidants and very low on calories, this miracle fruit is high on Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Fiber. Its said to help reduce DNA damage, protecting you against aging.
A little sweet and a little tart, blackberries are full of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and high on manganese. They boost brain health and help support oral health. They are said to help prevent heart disease and aid in cancer prevention.
It is a herb that acts like a sedative, relaxing the nervous system and the brain. It is often used to treat sleep disorders, psychological stress and anxiety.
It is a spice derived from the bark of trees. It has been part of traditional/natural medicine for years due to its health benefits. The most important active ingredient found in cinnamon is cinnamaldehyde which, aside from providing a scent and flavor, has been known to help people with diabetes, lowering blood sugar. It is also said to have reduced cholesterol in people with diabetes, and may help with obesity and weight loss. It contains antioxidants, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is a tropical species native to Indonesia, recognized for its weight loss properties and satiating effect. The active ingredient found in Garnicina Cambogia is hydroxycitric acid, which is said to inhibit a particular enzyme used by the body to make and store fat, as well as raise the levels of serotonin, which may reduce the feeling of hunger.
It is a medicinal plant used to treat constipation, known as a natural laxative. It reestablishes the natural tone of the colon, and stimulates muscle contraction, spreading the clearance of the bowel and helping in the digestion of food. The anthraquinones contained in the bark inhibit the absorption of water and electrolytes
A vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. It contains a chemical that acts like insulin to help reduce blood sugar levels, it increases the entry of glucose into cells, promoting its processing and storage in the liver, muscle and fat. It is also said to prevent the conversion of stored nutrients into glucose.
A herbal remedy extracted from a flowering herb. The active ingredient is known as silymarin which is known to have antioxidants, antiviral and anti inflammatory properties. This supplement has been said to lower blood sugar for people with type 2 diabetes, might help with indigestion and has been used to treat liver conditions.
It is a fundamental mineral that helps our body function properly. It is involved in the body’s immune function, enzymatic reaction, protein synthesis, DNA synthesis, wound healing, among others. The body doesn't naturally produce zinc. It must be obtained via supplements.
A mineral that is necessary for our body in very low dosage. It plays a part in metabolizing cholesterol. Some studies have shown that it helps maintain healthy levels of cholesterol in the blood, and plays a vital part in breaking fatty acids and reducing bad cholesterol.
Antioxidants and Regenerators
It is an antioxidant that is said to prevent certain kinds of cell damage in the body, and restores vitamin levels. In addition, evidence has been found that it can improve the function and conduction of neurons in diabetes.
It is a hormone naturally produced by your body, that regulates the sleep-wake cycle helping your body know when it’s time to sleep and wake up. Often referred to as the sleep hormone, melatonin can be found as a supplement to treat sleep disorders.
It is a natural glucose component, necessary for the correct functioning of our organism. It is a fundamental component of all cellular membranes, and it plays a part in transporting fat from the liver to other tissues, performing a key role in cell health.
It is a bacteria that lives naturally in the human body, found mainly in the bowel. It is used as a probiotic, or “friendly bacteria”, it is said to help the digestive system break down sugars, such as lactose, into lactic acid. It may also help improve digestion and provide other health benefits such as boosting the immune system. Other studies have shown it helps distribute fat, therefore eliminating its accumulation in places like liver, stomach and bowels, providing a detoxifying effect.
It acts by helping the body produce and maintain new cells. Red blood cell formation is dependent upon adequate levels of folic acid. A healthy DNA and a correct cellular division promotes healthier cells. Folic acid deficiency is a known cause of anemia.
It helps keep a balanced PH and it is necessary for the repair, growth and development of body tissue. Vitamin C is known for helping the immune system combat infections, virus and bacteria It is involved in many body functions such as: the formation of collagen, absorption of iron, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones and teeth.
B1 (Thiamine): plays an essential role in metabolism by helping convert nutrients into energy. B2 (riboflavin): helps convert food into energy and also acts as an antioxidant. B6 (pyridoxine): involved in amino acid metabolism, red blood cell production and the creation of neurotransmitters. B12 (cobalamine): Perhaps the most well-known of all the B vitamins, B12 is vital for neurological function, DNA production and red blood cell development.