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|Servings: 150 caps.|
The preparation complements a diet with a good-quality fiber. The recommended dose ss 5 capsules a day. People sensitive to the effect of fiber may start from a lower dose and gradually increase it.
Capsules should be washed down with a lot of water and one should remember about drinking a lot of liquids during the day (min. 8 glasses or herbal tea). It is recommended to take fiber at least 15-30 minutes before a meal. Do not take it for a night.
Fiber may decrease the absorbability of medicines, therefore the time of 2 hours should be preserved between the dose of a medicine and fiber.
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Red beet (Beta vulgaris) is a popular vegetable. Raw material for the food and medicinal are its: root (Radix Beta vulgaris), young leaves, and the juice of sugar beet roots Succus Beta vulgaris), containing the active ingredients: carbohydrates (fructose, glucose, sucrose, pectin), vitamins (B group, C , E, K, PP, provitamin A), acids (oxalic and malic acids), proteins and mineral salts (compounds of zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, rubidium, calcium). Used therapeutically in diseases of the gut, liver, and arterial hypertension. It cleans by removing toxins from the body (by lowering homocysteine levels). Strengthens the body and nitrates, discovered in the root, can affect the process of the synthesis of nitric oxide, improving blood flow and tissue nutrition, and accelerating biological regeneration after the workout. Increases the production of red blood cells and cholagogic. In the sports supplementation, powdered beetroot is a part of nutritional supplements (vitaminizing and mineralizing) and pre-workout creatine stacks.
Green algae is a group of algae containing chlorophyll pigment. They are a rich source of nutrients. Contain essential amino acids (phenylalanine, leucine, tryptophan), vitamins (A, group B vitamins, ascorbic acid), fibre and trace elements (zinc, phosphorus, iodine, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sulphur, calcium and iron). They are antioxidants, and have a positive impact on the overall condition of the organism.
Green algae is part of nutrients, vitamins, vitamin-mineral and slimming supplements, intended for active people both physically and mentally.
Dosage: Dependng on individual needs, but not exceeding a few grams a day.
Chlorella (green algae) - a single-celled algae living in freshwater and in a humid environment, it contains many nutrients: sugar alcohols, phytosterols, carrageenan, carotenoids, minerals (magnesium, potassium and sodium), laminarin, terpenoids and vitamins (group B, C , E). It is an effective antioxidant. The active ingredients are antibacterial, immune, inflammatory and strengthening. Mineral salts (alginates) stimulate collagen synthesis and phytosterols participate in the production of elastin. It is used in cosmetic formulations and in the category of "health and beauty", it is a component of dietary supplements that affect the various body functions.
Proprietary blend - is a complex of bioactive ingredients in the proportions, which are covered by the manufacturer's patent. According to the law in force in Poland, the components of the blend are known, and , by the place on the packaging, you can identify which components are in bigger amount (the components are listed in the decreasing order of amounts).
Proprietary blends are used in many food supplements, such as creatine stacks, no-boosters, fat burners and pro-testosterone supplements, improving libido.
Slippery Elm is a tree native to North America which can live up to 200 years. Its bark is widely used for digestive disorders.
The bark is a source of starch and mucilage, which shows a soothing and protective effect on mucosa, especially in the digestive system. This raw material is used in traditional medicine for inflammation and ulceration of the stomach and duodenum, heartburn, diarrhoea, small wounds and burns and sore throat. In addition, slippery elm is applied for urinary aliments – it exerts antibacterial properties, preventing infections, and reduces symptoms of bacterial infections, such as burning or pain.
Bioactive components of mucilage include hexoses, pentoses, methylpentoses and polyuronides. The plant has been also shown to contain, among others, tannins, phytosterols, calcium oxalate, sesquiterpenes, flavonoids and salicylic acid.
Supplements with the inner bark of slippery elm are recommended for, among others, digestive disorders (heartburn, irritation of the throat and oesophagus, digestive discomfort, diarrhoea and intestinal motility disorders) and urinary infections.
Ginger root (Zingiber Officinale Radix) as a herbal raw material is widely used as a source of, among others, gingerols. Compounds containing organic components of ginger root are characterized by high biological activity. Ginger root is used in medicine, due to the prevention of infection, to ensure a balance of gastrointestinal bacteria, involved in the production of bile. It has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the circulatory system as an antioxidant, lowers blood pressure, causing a delay in the processes of formation of LDL cholesterol (inhibitor). As a thermogenic it reduces appetite processes and sometimes it is a component of weight loss complexes. Through participation in the transformation of thermogenic lipolysis, is one of the valuable fat burners. The active substances contained in it are a component of arthritis regenerators (in combination with glucosamine including or curcumin). In the sports supplementation it is valued for its anti-inflammatory properties to support the process of healing and recovery after an injury of motor organs (especially the joints). It co-creates so called joints regenerators with chondroitin, glucosamine and curcumin.
Dandelion (Taraxacxum officinale) is a common weed occurring in the temperate climate zone. The raw materials of medicinal are root (Radix Taraxaci) and flower (Flos Taraxaci), rich in active ingredients (phytosterols, insulin, pectin, organic acids, choline, mineral salts - the root, flavonoids, carotenoids, triterpenes, reducing sugars, essential oil - in flowers ). It has diuretic properties, promoting processes of reducing body fat, removing excess fluid from the body and the overall impact on the operation of the digestive system. Sensitized to insulin. Used as a component in supplements to reduce body, fat burners and diuretics. With long-term use, it should be supplemented with electrolytes. In the sports supplementation known as Dandelion Root.
Peppermint leaf (Folium menthae piperitae) is a medicinal raw material containing: essential oil of peppermint (Oleum Menthae piperitae), flavonoids (including hesperidin, luteolin), tannins, carotene, organic acids, mineral salts, vitamin C (over a total of 30 compounds organic). This is the oldest medicinal plant in Poland, as well as seasoning for food kitchen. Soothes disorders in the digestive system and digestive tract, acts cholagogue, stimulates appetite and digestion, working carminative, antispasmodic, analgesic, lowers blood pressure. Similar action has essential oil of peppermint (Oleum Menthae Piperatae).
It is a part of dietary supplements supporting the digestive system and absorption of nutrients. For purchase at www.muscle-zone.pl.
Dosage: Depending on the type of raw material
See. also essential oil of peppermint
See. also: peppermint
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