2 tablets contain:
Beta carotene 10 mg
Retinol 1.5 mg
Complex of lycopene ... 5 mg
Vitamin C ... 100 mg
Ascorbyl palmitate 100 mg
Tocopherols Complex 100 IU
Selenium ... 50 mcg
Zinc ... 8 mg
Manganese ... 2 mg
Coenzyme Q10 ... 10 mg
L-Cysteine ... 100 mg
L-glutanian (reduced) ... 10 mg
Alpha-lipoic acid (reduced) ... 100 mcg
Ginkgo Biloba extract (std. 24% flavoneglycoside) ... 20 mg
Green Tea Extract (std. 20% polyphenols) ... 15 mg
Bilberry fruit extract (std. 25% anthocyanins) ... 5 mg
Impenetrable protective shield Antioxidant
Preparation of complementary daily diet in antioxidants - beta carotene, vitamins C and E, selenium and powdered leaves of Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba). This particular composition supports the antioxidant activity of each component and strengthens the body's defense mechanisms.
Ginkgo biloba has many benefits:
- Improves memory
- Blood supply to the brain,
- Operates an antidepressant, anti-anxiety and anti-migraine
- Effective in asthma and allergy
- Alzheimer's disease,
- Heart disease and peripheral circulation,
- Inhibits the formation of clots in blood vessels
- Lowers high blood pressure, while too low increases,
- Helps in the treatment of liver and kidney,
- Tinnitus, hearing deterioration in the elderly (presbiacusia)
- Disturbances of vision.
Many scientists believe that the root cause of aging, or at least a contributing factor, is the damage caused to the cells of our bodies by highly unstable and reactive atoms known as free radicals. Normally, electrons surrounding the nucleus of an atom are in pairs. Oxidative processes in our body, such as converting food to energy, causes some of these atoms to lose an electron, turning them into free radicals…that is, an atom with an upaired electron in its outer ring. As electrons have a strong bias to exist in pairs, rather than singly, the free radical will steal the electron it needs from another normal atom, turning the normal atom into a free radical, and starting a chain reaction of free radical formation.
The lipids that make up cell membranes, and DNA inside the mitochondria of cells appear to be susceptible to contributing to this chain reaction, which, over time can cause impairments in cell function. If enough damage is cause, the cell can die.
Antioxidants are substances that are able to slow down or break the chain reaction of free radical formation, by their ability to donate a single electron to a free radical without becoming unstable themselves. This group of substances include Vitamin A (Retinol, Beta Carotene), Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Lycopene, and Ubiquinone (CoQ10). As well, flavanoids and polyphenols, rich in plant species such as Ginko biloba, green tea, and blueberries, have exhibited strong anti-oxidative properties.
Other substances which have shown ant-oxidant properties, or help support the antioxidative process includes L-cysteine, L-gluthionine, alpha lipoic acid, and the trace elements selenium, zinc and manganese.
2 tablets daily or as recommended.