So this is a health supplement that has been formulated to provide Natural Extracts, Lutein 8 %, Lycopene 6%, Amino Acids, L – Lysine Hydrochloride, Vitamins, Niacinamide, Betacarotene, Vitamin B6, Biotin, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12, Minerals, Dibasic Calcium Phosphate, Ferrous Fumarate, Magnesium Hydroxide, Zinc Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Sodium Selenate, Chromium Chloride, Copper sulphate provide health benefits. This is a synergistic combination of most beneficial supplements to support the structure and function of ligaments and improve immunity. So people take supplements for all kind of reasons, usually relating to their health.
This combination provides Lutein, Betacarotene and lycopene (antioxidant) with all required vitamins, minerals and Lysine in specially formulated quantities, to bring the best supplement to fulfill the overall nutritional supplementation and provide health benefits.
The rational use of nutritional supplements, combined with a healthy diet, will contribute substantially to health promotion and work in balance and synergism on protection and integration of the physiological functions of the body.
This combination supports the structure and functions of ligaments and improves immunity. These nutrients together can support normal restorative functions in the body after sprains, stretched ligaments and pulled tendons.
With the use of this health supplement, Lutein 8 %, Lycopene can partly fulfill the requirements for Antioxidants, Vitamins and Minerals with lysine and thus can keep them healthy and minimize the risk of health problems.
Lysine is an essential amino acid used by the body as a building block for many functions important to growth and maintenance of health. It is available in many food sources.
This formula has been formulated to provide:
- Antioxidant supplements fight free radicals
- Helping to reduce eye fatigue and glare sensitivity
- Promoting normal visual function and proper lens density
- Improves peripheral blood circulation
- One of the major health benefits of antioxidants is building a strong immunity system
- Antioxidant Supplements Enhance Immunity
- Helps to fight ageing
- Promotes normal growth and development by increasing collagen formation
- Supports the production of other proteins like enzymes, antibodies and hormones
- Promotes bone health by increasing calcium absorption; prevents osteoporosis or weak bones by reducing bone loss
- Helps convert fatty acids to energy, aiding in weight reduction
- Promotes skin health through increased collagen formation
- Cardiovascular benefits
Lutein is called a carotenoid vitamin. It is related to beta-carotene and vitamin A. Age-related macular egeneration (AMD). Consuming lutein as part of the diet might help in AMD. Lutein, an antioxidant that may play an important role in eye and skin health is found in foods such as dark green vegetables and eggs. Antioxidants are chemicals in your body that defend healthy cells from damage caused by destructive free radicals. Lutein antioxidant activity can potentially help stope oxidative damage to theskin. Lutein also helps protect the lipids, oils and fats in the skin from peroxidation. Lutein may also help to protect skin from damage caused by the sun's UV rays and pollutants found in the air.
As we age, lutein levels tend to decline in the eye, specifically in a part of the eye that helps to focus light known as the macula. Lutein is present in the blood serum, where it may have antioxidant effects to promote cardiovascular health.
Uses: Required for supports brain function and enhances memory and learning and macular degeneration.
Lycopene 6 %:
Lycopene is a member of the carotenoid family of phytochemicals and is the natural pigment responsible for the deep red color of several fruits, most notably tomatoes. The health benefits of lycopene are attributed primarily to its powerful antioxidant actions.Lycopene is a naturally occurring chemical that gives fruits and vegetables a red color. It is one of a number of pigments called carotenoids. Lycopene is found in watermelons, pink grapefruits, apricots, and pink guavas. It is found in particularly high amounts in tomatoes and tomato products. People take lycopene for preventing heart disease, "hardening of the arteries" atherosclerosis); and cancer of the prostate, breast, lung, bladder, ovaries, colon, and pancreas. Some people also use lycopene.
Uses: Required as an Antioxidant and use in cancer and cardiovascular problems.
Lysine is an essential amino acid and is a basic building block of all protein and essential for health. This nutrient was first isolated in 1889 from casein. However, it cannot be manufactured naturally in the human body like other types of amino acids. Therefore, L-lysine, also called lysine, is considered as one of the eight essential amino acids.
Uses: Required for normal growth and development.
Vitamin B3 is required for cell respiration, helps in the release of energy and metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, proper circulation and healthy skin, functioning of the nervous system,and normal secretion of bile and stomach fluids. It is used in the synthesis of sex hormones, treating schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, and a memory-enhancer.
Uses: Required for cell respiration, helps in the release of energy and metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
It is part of the energy transport molecules known as NAD and NADP. Coenzyme assisting with metabolism of carbohydrates and fatty acids.
Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine is a part of the B group vitamins and is water-soluble and is required for both mental and physical health. Pyridoxine is required for the balancing of hormonal changes in women as well as assisting the immune system and, in the growth of new cells. It is also used in the processing and metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, while assisting with controlling your mood as well as your behavior. Pyridoxine might also be of benefit for children with learning difficulties, also it aids in the prevention of dandruff, eczema and psoriasis.
Uses: Required for both mental and physical health and balancing the hormonol changes in women.
Beta-carotene is one of a group of red, orange, and yellow pigments called carotenoids. Beta-carotene and other carotenoids provide approximately 50% of the vitamin A. Beta-carotene, like all carotenoids, is an antioxidant. An antioxidant is a substance that inhibits the oxidation of other molecules; it protects the body from free radicals. Free radicals damage cells through oxidation. Eventually, the damage caused by free radicals can cause several chronic illnesses. Beta-carotene is also in used in malnourished (underfed) women to reduce the chance of death and night blindness during pregnancy, as well as diarrhea and fever after giving birth.
Uses: Required for healthy skin and mucus membranes, our immune system.
Folic acid, also known as Vitamin B9, is also referred to as folacin or folate and its chemical name is pteroylglutamic acid. This vitamin can be manufactured by the body and be stored in the liver. It is important for healthy cell division and replication, since its involvement as coenzyme for RNA and DNA synthesis. It is also required for protein metabolism and in treating folic acid anemia. Folic acid also assists in digestion, and the nervous system, and works at improving mental as well as emotional health. This nutrient may be effective in treating depression and anxiety.
Uses: Important for healthy cell division and replication also required for protein metabolism and in treating anemia.
Biotin, as referred to as Vitamin H is part of the Vitamin B complex group and might be interesting to some people since one of the most visible symptoms of shortage of this vitamin is thinning of hair which can lead to total hair loss. Vitamin H is used in cell growth, the production of fatty acids, metabolism of fats, and proteins. It plays a role in the Kreb's cycle, which is the process in which energy is released from food.
Uses: Required in cell growth, the production of fatty acids, metabolism of fats, and proteins. Biotin is also indicated for healthy hair and skin, healthy sweat glands, nerve tissue, and bone marrow, and assisting with muscle pain.
Vitamin D3 is also referred to as Chlolecalciferol and can rightly be called the sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D helps with increasing the absorption of calcium, assists in bone growth and the integrity of bone and promotes strong teeth. It also helps regulate the amount of phosphorus in the body as well as assisting in a healthy heart and nervous system. In some recent studies it has also shown great promise in assisting psoriasis, the immune system, thyroid function as well as normal blood clotting.
Uses: Vitamin D helps with increasing the absorption of calcium, assists in bone growth and the integrity of bone and promotes strong teeth.
Vitamin B12 is commonly known as Cyanocobalamin. Vitamin B12 is the "generic descriptor" name for any of such vitamers of vitamin B12. Because the body can convert cyanocobalamin to any one of the active vitamin B12 compounds, by definition this makes cyanocobalamin itself a form (or vitamer) of B12, albeit a largely artificial one.
Uses: Required for normal functioning of brain and nervous system and for the formation blood.
Calcium (Dibasic Calcium Phosphate):
Calcium is needed for so many different functions in the body, from bones, to blood clotting, your muscles etc. It is an essential mineral that provides strength to bones and teeth, but it has several other health benefits. Calcium is essential to nerve conduction, hormone status and muscle contraction. Some research has shown that diets rich in calcium, fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of high blood pressure. Calcium helps the body form bones and teeth and is required for blood clotting, transmitting signals in nerve cells, and muscle contraction. Calcium helps prevent osteoporosis; of the two to three pounds of calcium contained in the human body, 99% is located in the bones and teeth.
Calcium also seems to play a role in lowering blood pressure, and has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women.
Uses: Required for strong bones and teeth.
Iron (Ferrous Fumarate):
Iron is essential element carrying oxygen, forming part of the oxygen-carrying proteins - hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscles. It is also a component of various enzymes and is concentrated in bone marrow, liver, and spleen. The production of hemoglobin and myoglobin (the form of hemoglobin found in muscle tissue) requires this nutrient.
Uses: Required for the oxygenation of red blood cells, a healthy immune system and for energy production.
Magnesium (Magnesium Hydroxide):
Magnesium is essential for the functioning of more than 300 different enzymes in the body. Living without adequate levels of magnesium is like trying to operate a machine with the power off.
Magnesium deficiency is associated with various reproductive events like infertility, pregnancy wastage, congenital anomalies, pregnancy-induced hypertension, placental abruption, premature rupture of membranes, still births and low birth weight. Magnesium ions (Mg2+) are pivotal in the transfer, storage, and utilization of energy. Mg2+ regulates intermediary metabolism, DNA and RNA synthesis and structure, cell growth, reproduction, and membrane structure. In addition, all kinases and other ATP-related enzymes and channels regulating insulin action and vascular tone are magnesium-dependent. It is also a cofactor for glucose uptake by cell membranes.
Uses: Required with calcium to help maintain the rhythmic contractions of the fallopian tubes, which in turn facilitate the sperm in meeting the egg for conception.
Zinc (Zinc Sulphate):
Zinc is an essential trace mineral found throughout the body, often in conjunction with protein. Zinc is transported in the blood via the protein albumin, so low albumin levels often mean poor absorption of zinc as well. Zinc is a cofactor used to activate dozens of enzymes in every organ in the body. Bones, the prostate gland in men, and the eyes have the highest concentrations of zinc, but about 60% of total zinc in the body is found in muscle. Among the many roles of zinc is its support of the immune system and its ability to help the body heal wounds.
Uses: Required in the growth and maintenance of muscles.
Copper (Copper sulphate):
Copper is a mineral and also needed in relatively small amounts.If large amounts of copper are present, then zinc and vitamin C is reduced in the body. Copper is required in the formation of hemoglobin, red blood cells as well as bones, while it helps with the formation of elastin as well as collagen - making it necessary for wound healing.
Uses: Required in the formation of hemoglobin, red blood cells as well as bones.
Manganese (Manganese Sulphate):
Manganese is one of those humble trace minerals so often overlooked, yet essential to your health. It enables the body to utilize vitamin C, B1, biotin as well as choline. It is used in the manufacture of fat, sex hormones and breast milk in females. It is thought to also help neutralize free radicals as well as being of assistance in preventing diabetes and needed for normal nerve function.
Uses: Required for stimulating growth of the connective tissue and is also thought to be of importance in brain functioning.
Selenium (Sodium Selenate):
Selenium is a trace mineral that is essential to good health but required only in small amounts. Selenium is incorporated into proteins to make selenoproteins, which are important antioxidant enzymes. The antioxidant properties of selenoproteins help prevent cellular damage from free radicals. Free radicals are natural by-products of oxygen metabolism that may contribute to the development of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Other selenoproteins help regulate thyroid function and play a role in the immune system.
Uses: Essential in many metabolic pathway and immune system functioning.
Chromium (Chromium Chloride):
Chromium is an essential nutrient required for normal sugar and fat metabolism and works primarily by potentiating the action of insulin. It is present in the entire body but with the highest concentrations in the liver, kidneys, spleen and bone.
Uses: Required for sugar and fat metabolism.
As the name suggests, antioxidants - nutrients such as Luetin, Lycopene, and selenium and dozens more - counter oxidative stress. That's why we need dietary antioxidants every day.
The product is POSSIBLY SAFE for most adults.
There is no disadvantage associated with the product if taken under the recommended usage.
Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy and Breast-Feeding: Pregnant and lactating mothers should not take any single supplement in higher-than-normal doses unless recommended by a health-care provider for a special condition. The combination should only be used in pregnancy and lactation if benefits outweigh the risks. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
Store in a cool, dry & dark place. Protected from direct sunlight.