New Chapter Supercritical Antioxidants™ Description
Dramatic Antioxidant Protection
Increases Cell Protective Activity by a Factor of 800%
Dramatically Elevates Human Detoxification Enzyme Systems
Comprehensive Cellular Health Insurance. New Chapter
has extensively researched the herbal pharmacopoeia and international medical databases and discovered that the following time-tested herbs, properly extracted and blended in the correct proportions, contain multiple antioxidants which dramatically elevate human detoxification enzyme systems.
- Turmeric: The world's most important herb. Patent-pending double extract increases critical detoxification enzymes, reduces benzo (A) pyrene metabolites and free radical stress, and supports cardiovascular health. Synergistic with key components of green tea, increasing cell protective activity by a factor of 800%.
- Green Tea: University of Indiana School of Medicine 1999 study shows green tea supports DNA integrity and decreases free radical generation. Synergistic with key components of turmeric, increasing cell protective activity by a factor of more than 200%.
- Rosemary: Research at Rutgers and Michigan State Universities demonstrate that rosemary's free radical scavengers are capable of enhancing multiple detoxification enzymes while countering even the compounds produced in frying food.
- Parsley: Nature's richest known source of the phytonutrient myristicin. Increases glutathione, a critical liver detoxification enzyme.
- Ginger: Offers numerous free radical scavengers, 12 of which are more powerful than vitamin E, assuring the formulation's bioavailability.
- Peppermint: According to published work in the medical journal, Carcinogenesis, peppermint helps counter one of the most problematic free radicals called benzo (A) pyrene.
- Clove: According to U.S. Department of Agriculture database, clove is a rich source of antioxidant phytonutrients including one of nature's most powerful free radical scavengers supporting cardiovascular health.
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