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  • Sulforaphane from BroccoliVitaking Sulforaphare

    Sulforaphane (broccoli abridgment)

    Broccoli is a real multivitamin and multi-mineral bomb. It contains A, C, E, and B vitamin. From minerals it contains calcium, magnesium, potassium and thanks to the beta carotene it has a positive effect on the eyes, skin and nervous system. From trace elements it contains iron which helps haematogenesis and selenium which protects the body against taints.

    It also contains sulforaphane which is an effective antioxidant. It protects the cell against the harmful effects of free radicals. You can find it also in kale and cabbage but broccoli has the highest sulforaphane rate.

     

  • TurmericVitaking Turmeric

    Turmeric

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    Traditionally used in cooking as a curry spice, herbalists use turmeric as a liver tonic and gastrointestinal system soother.

    The key to turmeric’s benefits appear to be its high concentration of natural compounds known as curcuminoids, which possess powerful antioxidant capabilities.

    It assist the normal functioning of the enteron, digestion and intestinal comfort.

    To improve absorption of turmeric you can take it in with vitamins which enhances nutrient absorption.

    Recommended dietary allowance: 2 capsule per day

  • Ultra soy LecithinVitaking Lecithin

    Ultra Soy Lecithin

    Lecithin is a natural substance. You can find it in vegetables such as soy. It has two main active ingredient: choline and inositol.

     

    Why do we need to consume choline?

    • Choline assist in normal homocysteine-metabolism
    • Assist in normal fat metabolism
    • Accede the maintenance of normal liver functions
    • We recommend it for those who have learning difficulties and in elder age