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    Lutein, a carotenoid found in spinach, keeps the macula of the eye healthy and strong. This may have a profound effect on your ability for detailed vision. Each softgel delivers 20 mg of lutein.

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    Lutein is present in high concentrations in the yellow spot on the retina on the eye. The human body cannot produce lutein, which is essential for healthy eyesight, so we need to take it with us.

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    Omega-3 fatty acids have always been present in the diet of mankind, but only in recent decades have they recognized their important role in maintaining the proper functioning of the body. Omega-3 in fish oil (and EPA and DHA in it) contributes to the proper functioning of the heart, and DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and normal vision.

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    Vitaking Omega-3 Kids softgel is a natural fruit-flavored fish oil, containing high amounts of DHA, together with EPA.

    The higher DHA content ensure healthy brain and eye-development for children.

    Also support for intellectual development during the first several years of life. Enhance learning ability, cognitive function and concentration.

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    Obtain valuable nourishment with Coenzyme Q10! Also known as ubiquinone, CoQ10 produces adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in the body.

    We can find Q10 nearly in every part of our body. The largest amounts be found in the heart, kidneys, liver and adrenal glands. The production of the vitamin is decreasing over aging.

    CoQ10 is fat soluble. It may be helpful to take it with vitamin E or another fat/oil for better absorption. It is also a natural supplement which produced through a fermentation process.

    Each softgel delivers 100 mg of CoQ10.

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    Saw palmetto is the essence of the Serenoa repens fruit which is the best choice for men to support their prostates. This potent herb is a natural source of fatty acids and sterols designed to ensure the health that men deserve.

    Prostate enlargement is the top disease of elderly men. It usually occurs in their 40s, 50% of men have prostate enlargement at the age of 60 and 90% at the age of 85. The main reason of the enlargement is excessive production of dihydrotestosterone which stimulates the growth of the prostate cells.

    Recommended as source of fatty acids to maintain the reproductive function. Herbal extracts contained in this product beneficially affect men’s health.

     

    Our saw palmetto capsules supply 540 mg of premium-grade whole berry powder.

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    An optimum source for antioxidant protection that will boost your immune system health and vitality, organic spirulina ranks as one of nature’s most powerful “superfoods.”

    At over 60% protein, spirulina is the most potent and digestible source of vegetarian protein! This family member of blue-green algae packs in a whole lot of antioxidant and phytonutrient nutrition along with high amounts of beta-carotene, essential amino acids, minerals, B vitamins, and chlorophyll. Spirulina is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

    For minerals it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, manganese, zinc, phosphor and selenium.

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    An optimum source for antioxidant protection that will boost your immune system health and vitality, organic spirulina ranks as one of nature’s most powerful “superfoods.”

    At over 60% protein, spirulina is the most potent and digestible source of vegetarian protein! This family member of blue-green algae packs in a whole lot of antioxidant and phytonutrient nutrition along with high amounts of beta-carotene, essential amino acids, minerals, B vitamins, and chlorophyll. Spirulina is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

    For minerals it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, manganese, zinc, phosphor and selenium.

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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

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    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

     

     

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    The new generation of omega 3 fatty acids is krill oil. The krill (illuminated crabs) occur in huge quantities in all the oceans of the world, but most in the high purity waters of Antarctica. They feed mainly on plant plankton. Both krill oil and fish oil are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, but krill oil is easier for the human body to digest and is more valuable. Omega-3 (and EPA and DHA) fatty acids in krill oil should be consumed regularly as EPA and DHA contribute to the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system (the beneficial effect is achieved by daily intake of 250 mg EPA and DHA).

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    The new generation of omega 3 fatty acids is krill oil. The krill (illuminated crabs) occur in huge quantities in all the oceans of the world, but most in the high purity waters of Antarctica. They feed mainly on plant plankton. Both krill oil and fish oil are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, but krill oil is easier for the human body to digest and is more valuable. Omega-3 (and EPA and DHA) fatty acids in krill oil should be consumed regularly as EPA and DHA contribute to the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system (the beneficial effect is achieved by daily intake of 250 mg EPA and DHA).

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