Curcumin Extreme

Curumin Extreme™薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方

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Curcumin Extreme

Curumin Extreme™薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方

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Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方為具科學支援的營養補充品,配方有助維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平、維持細胞健康與完整及提供抗氧化功能,從而支援肝臟及認知健康。 穀胱甘肽為人體中的主要抗氧化物,可保護腦部和人體其他組織免受自由基侵襲。此外,穀胱甘肽循環利用同為強效抗氧化物的維他命C及E。因此,Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方有助維持人體中重要的抗氧化活動。
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益處

  • 或支援肝臟健康
  • 有助維持細胞健康與完整
  • 有助維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平
  • 隨年紀增長支援認知健康
  • 提供抗氧化功能

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Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方為具科學支援的營養補充品,配方有助維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平、維持細胞健康與完整及提供抗氧化功能,從而支援肝臟及認知健康。

穀胱甘肽為人體中的主要抗氧化物,可保護腦部和人體其他組織免受自由基侵襲。此外,穀胱甘肽循環利用同為強效抗氧化物的維他命C及E。因此,Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方有助維持人體中重要的抗氧化活動。

成分

薑黃素(BCM-95  )
科學家一直留意到印度香料薑黃對健康帶來的多種好處。薑黃含有活性植物化學成份薑黃素。目前為止,薑黃素的生物可用性偏低,需服用高劑量方有益健康。BCM-95提供具更高生物可用性的薑黃素,帶來多方面的健康好處。

這是怎樣做到的?傳統的95%萃取物集中取自薑黃根一個部份。薑黃的生物活性成份含有「類薑黃素」,而薑黃素是最重要的分子。研究顯示,薑黃素對健康有廣泛益處。BCM-95®代表薑黃根的天然程度,它是100%純天然的。

抗氧化物越來越受關注,我們需要知道哪種營養是抗氧化物並了解其資料。薑黃素就是其中一種抗氧化物。

薑黃素對認知健康的支援是其最廣獲研究的功能之一。研究顯示,薑黃素可通過血液與腦部間的屏障,支援腦部澱粉樣β蛋白的正常製造。這隨我們年紀增長有助支援認知健康。薑黃素的另一個特質,是能夠促進腦部穀胱甘肽、超氧歧化酶及過氧化氫酶的正常水平。

西蘭花籽萃取物
過去25年,一直有文獻記錄西蘭花及其他十字花科蔬菜的健康好處與保護功能。西蘭花籽萃取物含豐富蘿蔔硫素硫配糖體。蘿蔔硫素支援穀胱甘肽合成酶等酵素的正常製造。蘿蔔硫素亦促進人體的自然酵素抗氧化防禦機制,並為強效的間接抗氧化成份。

蘿蔔硫素硫配糖體可支援人體的自然防禦機制,並維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平。穀胱甘肽為人體的主要抗氧化物。它是重要的分子和強效的抗氧化物,保護腦部和人體其他組織免受自由基侵襲。此外,穀胱甘肽亦循環利用可中和自由基的維他命C及E。

硒(甲硒胺酸)
硒是硒蛋白(例如谷胱甘肽過氧化物酶)的必要輔因子。

常見問答

甚麼是薑黃素?
薑黃素是香料薑黃的成份,經常用於印度食物。薑黃素的化學結構令薑黃呈黃色,並常用作食物色素。然而,薑黃素對人類可能有更重要的效用。

服用
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方有副作用嗎?
副作用並不常見,一般只限於服用大量後會造成輕微胃部不適。


服用
薑黃素會帶來甚麼好處?
薑黃素支援細胞健康與完整性,同時有助維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平。研究亦顯示薑黃素提供抗氧化功能,並隨我們年紀增長支援認知健康。

服用
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方有任何注意事項嗎?
如果你正在服用薄血丸(Coumadin)、其他抗血小板/抗凝血藥、其他處方藥物,或患有長期疾病,使用本品前請向你的醫生諮詢。婦女在懷孕或哺乳期間請勿使用本產品。


甚麼人可服用
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方?
任何18歲或以上人士均可服用Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方。


我可同時服用
Isotonix產品與Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方嗎?
可以,但你必須按照每種產品的使用方法。


Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方的每天建議服用份量是多少?
每天服用一粒,可空肚或飽肚服用。

Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方含有任何致敏原嗎?
此產品不含大豆、小麥、麩質或奶類等致敏原。

為何
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方要加入西蘭花籽萃取物?
西蘭花籽萃取物可能有助支援肝臟健康,並有助維持健康的穀胱甘肽水平。


服用
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方安全嗎?
Curumin Extreme薑黃精華─補肝排毒配方安全及不含有害物質。本產品在美國製造,並於經美國食品及藥物管理局檢測的設備生產,符合良好生產規範。顧客對本產品的質量和安全可絕對有信心。

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