Kura Super Antioxidant

Kura Super Antioxidant

FORM: 60 Capsules


They help to strengthen and repair connective tissue and provide excellent anti-inflammatory benefits.
They help to neutralize three types of free radicals.
They protect your heart and cardiovascular system.
They help to prevent certain types of pathologies.
They reverse age-related physical and mental declines.
They may boost immune response.
They may help prevent blood clots.
They may promote healthy eyes.
They may promote healthy skin.
They may detoxify potential carcinogens such as environmental toxins.

Who should take antioxidants? Everyone! The lifestyles that we lead, the toxins that we are exposed to, and the types of diets that we eat absolutely require that we protect our selves by using what ever tools we have available to us.

One of the populations that is most at risk are the elderly, mostly because they have reduced their food intake, are frequent aspirin and drug users, sometimes are heavy drinkers, smokers, and can have impaired immune systems. How can we help to prevent age related health problems? The earliest symptoms of every disease will usually occur many years before the actual pathology is diagnosed. Cardiovascular disease for example takes many years to develop to the point where it blocks the arteries. So, taking Super Antioxidant would only benefit this group and others in the long run, especially if taken in conjunction with a healthy diet. When taking supplements like Super Antioxidant with foods, it only makes the meal more nutritious, and helps to feed every cell in the body and protect against damage. At the cellular level, antioxidants serve to deactivate certain molecules called free radicals that can cause this damage. Free radicals are the natural by-products of many bodily processes that occur within every cell through out the system. In humans, free radicals can be found in a number of different forms, but the unstable oxygen molecule can be one of the biggest sources. The oxygen molecule wants to be oxidized, and the oxidation process if it becomes over whelming can sometimes end up being carcinogenic. Super Antioxidant can help to control free radicals that are created by exposure to various environmental factors, tobacco smoke, radiation and chemicals.

Taking Super Antioxidant may help to prevent pathologies such as cardiovascular disease; and taking Super Antioxidant as a supplement can prevent the development of arterial blockages caused by the oxidation of cholesterol. Taking this special blend of antioxidants can collectively have a positive effect on the body and can only work in your favor over time. Research has suggested that diets high in the major antioxidants such as carotenoids (the orange pigment in carrots, also a precursor to vitamin A), and vitamin C along with synergistic nutrients like zinc, copper, manganese and selenium assists the bodies ability to stay healthy and fight the ravages of time! Taking extra vitamin C that is found in Super Antioxidant has been found to prevent the formation of N-nitroso amine compounds, which are cancer-causing substances that are derived from nitrates and nitrites found in preserved meats and in some drinking water. Together as a group antioxidants are thought to be effective in helping to prevent cancer, heart disease, stroke and any number of a hundred different pathologies. So what are you waiting for? Nutri-Force is your main source for manufacturing products like this and many others that will make your customers want to come back for more time and time again!


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