Friday, August 26, 2005

Vaniderm Glutathione

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Vaniderm Glutathione contains
Pure Glutathione 500 mg
Vitamin C 100 mg
and Alpha Lipolic Acid 100mg

*BFAD Approved

* With ASSAY CERTIFICATE to show that the content is purely Glutathione at walang halong gawgaw

* The brand that is widely prescribed by Dermatologists nationwide

About Glutathione:

Small protein composed of 3 amino acids called cysteine, glutamic acid
and glycine, produced normally by the body in response to today's
environment such as pollution in the air we breathe, water we drink,
chemicals & pesticides in the food we eat that cause damages in our
cells & system.

Glutathione is often referred to as Master Anti-oxidant in the body.

Small molecule made up of linked amino acids and anti-oxidant
naturally produced in the body. It has been widely heralded for its
importance for good health and long life. Glutathione in increased
dose posts a remarkable good 'side effect' such as SKIN WHITENING.

The greater the exposure to toxins, the faster the body uses up its
supply glutathione. Without the protection of Glutathione, cells die
at a faster rate, making people age quicker & putting them at risk for
toxin induced diseases including cancer.

Health Benefits

- supports the immune system, particularly in replication of the
lymphocyte immune cells

- helps the liver to detoxify chemicals, such as acetaminophen (active
ingredient in pain relief medication), coppers and cadmium

- may promote longevity and reduce chronic disease.

- can help prevent cancer, heart disease, memory loss, osteoarthritis,
Parkinson's disease, cornea disorders, kidney dysfunction, eczema,
liver disorders, poisoning by heavy metals, and immunodepression that
occurs in diseases such as AIDS.

- improves skin shade, color and texture

- pinkish cheeks after 2 weeks of use

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Power Joints

Power Joints
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Glucosamine, an amino sugar normally formed in the body from glucose, is the starting point for the synthesis of many important macromolecules including glycoproteins, glycolipids, and glycos-aminoglycans (mucopolysaccharides). The tissues
containing these glucosamine macromolecules include tendons and ligaments, cartilage, synovial fluid,
mucus membranes, several structures in the eye, blood vessels, and heart valves. A deficiency of glucosamine can reduce the rate of production of these important macromolecules, thereby leading to tissue weakness. In certain cases of trauma to these tissues, the amount of glucosamine normally synthesized by the body is insufficient.

Together with its associated macromolecules, glucosamine sulfate helps to make the synovial fluid thick and elastic, in joints and vertebrae. Tissues in the joints can become
damaged when the lubricating synovial fluids in the joint spaces become thin and watery.

Normal cushioning is lost. Bones and the cartilage scrape against each other inside the joint space. Weakened bursa sacs in the joints can also cause tendons to rub against the hard edges of bones, increasing the chance that the cartilage will erode and causing problems with movement and flexibility.

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Cardio Plus

Cardio Plus
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CoQ10 is a naturally occurring nutrient found in each cell of the body. CoQ10 was first identified by University of Wisconsin researchers in 1957. CoQ10 -- also spelled CoQ 10 -- is found in foods, particularly in fish and meats. In addition to playing a significant role in the energy system of each of our cells, CoQ10 is also believed to have antioxidant properties.

Many who take CoQ10 notice that this nutrient enhances physical energy.

For which conditions is CoQ10 helpful?
Studies with CoQ10 have mostly focused on its role involving certain types of cardiovascular diseases, including congestive heart failure and hypertension. However, CoQ10 has also been evaluated for high cholesterol and in diabetes.

Studies with CoQ10

Diabetes: CoQ10 may be beneficial in diabetics. It helps improve the function of endothelial cells lining blood vessels and may slightly help with blood sugar control.

Heart Attacks: In a small trial of patients with recent myocardial infarction, CoQ10 -- used in addition to aspirin and cholesterol-lowering drugs -- decreased the likelihood of further cardiac events for at least one year after the heart attack. The dosage of CoQ10 used in the study was 60 mg twice daily.

Heart Failure: One study in patients with heart failure showed significant improvement in functional status, clinical symptoms, and quality of life in end stage heart failure patients who
were placed on CoQ10 (see bottom of page).

Hypertension: CoQ10 may help lower blood pressure by a small amount in some people.

Cholesterol: Individuals on cholesterol medicines of the statin class such as Lipitor and others, may consider taking CoQ10 supplements since statins decrease blood CoQ10 levels.

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