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Aloe Vera Softgel

Aloe Vera softgel is derived from the Aloe leaf, which is the most acknowledged dietary supplement for skin beauty and laxative. Contrary to the ordinary lotions with aloe vera, Aloe vera softgel is highly concentrated (200:1) and specially customized for internal use. It is believed to stimulate the bowel system, and to improve the overall skin quality. Aloe Vera helps people to radiate from the inside out.

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Beta-Carotene softgels

Beta carotene is an important carotenoid found in fruits and vegetables, for instance carrots. Beta-carotene is an antioxidant compound that gives foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes and cantaloupe their orange and yellow coloring; the nutrient is also found in some greens, like spinach and broccoli.

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CLA Softgels

Most studies of CLAs have used a mixture of isomers wherein the isomers c9, t11-CLA and t10, c12-CLA were the most abundant ones. Conjugated linoleic acid is both a trans fatty acid and a cis fatty acid. The cis bond causes a lower melting point and ostensibly also the observed beneficial health effects. Unlike other trans fatty acids, it is not harmful, but beneficial.CLA is conjugated, and in the United States, trans linkages in a conjugated system are not counted as trans fats for the purposes of nutritional regulations and labeling. CLA and some trans isomers of oleic acid are produced by microorganisms in the rumens of ruminants. Non-ruminants, including humans, produce certain isomers of CLA from trans isomers of oleic acid, such as vaccenic acid, which is converted to CLA by delta-9-desaturase There are concerns that the use of CLA by overweight people may tend to cause or to aggravate insulin resistance, which may increase their risk of developing diabetes.However, the evidence is controversial, and some studies showed no changes in insulin sensitivity. In one study CLA produced a 32% increase in biliary cholesterol concentration which increases the chance of gallstone formation. In 2006, a study by the US Department of Agriculture suggested that CLA can induce essential fatty acid redistribution in mice. Changes in docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (AA) levels were observed in some organs. For instance, certain CLA isomers reduced the DHA content of heart tissue by 25%, while in the spleen, DHA content rose, and AA fell.A study of CLA supplementation in hatchling chicks (2005) showed high mortality and low hatchability rates among CLA-supplemented groups, and also a decrease in brain DHA levels of CLA-treated chicks. These studies raise the question of whether CLA may increase the risk of cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases, but it has yet to be established whether such changes occur in humans, and whether they are clinically relevant.

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CoQ10 softgels

Co Q10 benefit has made it a very important object of study in relation to chronic disease. In many cases the presence of chronic disease is associated with inadequate levels of CoQ10. But no area of study has received more attention than the relation between CoQ10 and heart disease. Perhaps here lies our greatest Co Q10 benefit. There are at least two reasons for this. CoQ10 is believed to be of fundamental importance in cells with high metabolic demands such as cardiac cells. Heart conditions of many kinds are associated with chronically low CoQ10 levels. Clinical trials have attempted.

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Evening Primrose oil softgels

Evening primrose is a wildflower that grows throughout North America, Europe and some parts of Asia. The seeds of this plant, whose flowers open in the evening, contain oil that is rich in essential fatty acids and is touted among nutritionists for its healing powers. Evening primrose oil is one of the most concentrated sources of gamma-linoleic acid (GLA), an essential fatty acid (of the omega 6 family) with anti-inflammatory properties. The body converts the GLA in evening primrose oil into prostaglandins, substances that function like hormones and help to regulate body processes. Cell membranes depend on GLA.

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Fish oil softgels for children

Fish Oil contains the Omega-3 essential fatty acids EPA and DHA. EPA supports heart health, reduces inflammation and improves cellular memory.* DHA supports memory and nervous system functioning.* Our fish oil comes from non-threatened species of wild-caught, small, plankton-feeding fish that are low on the food chain. The come in a convenient 1000 mg softgels.

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Gingkgo Biloba Softgels

Ginkgo Biloba promote memory (especially occasional mild memory problems associated with aging) and promoting peripheral circulation to the arms, legs and brain.

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L-Carnitine softgels

L-carnitine, is a naturally occurring substance found in most cells of the body, particularly the brain, neural tissue, muscle, and heart. Carnitine, whose structure is similar to choline, is widely available in animal foods (meat, poultry, fish and dairy products), whereas plants have very small amounts. Most non-vegetarians consume about 100 to 300 mg of carnitine a day, and the body is able to synthesize this nutrient if dietary intake is inadequate. When ingested as a pill, carnitine is not able to cross the blood-brain barrier as well as its activated form acetyl-L-carnitine. Acetyl l carnitine has a more noticeable mental effect than carnitine. Acetyl l carnitine usually enhances mental clarity and focus, along with slight mood elevation. The effects of carnitine tend to be more physical than mental, in the sense that it provides enhanced physical energy whereas acetyl l carnitine provides more mental energy.

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Lutein Softgels

Lutein is a carotenoid which has become popular as a dietary supplement either by itself, or combined with zeaxanthin and other carotenoids, herbs, and vitamins for the prevention and improvement of visual disorders such as macular degeneration or to help support healthy eyesight. Humans consume 1 to 3 mg lutein per day and the lutein:zeaxanthin ratio in the diet is about 5:1.

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multi-vitamine softgels

A multivitamin is needed by most individuals to provide all of the needed vitamin and mineral missing in ones diet to support proper bodily functions on a daily basis. Here are some nutrients that it provides in sufficient levels, which include vitamin A, vitamin D, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, and Minerals.

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Natural VE Softgel

Natural Vitamin E(Tocopherol) is derived form soybean Oil or rapeseed Oil,as nature's fat-soluble antioxidant constitutes : Alpha -tocopherol, Beta-tocopherol,Gamma-tocopherol and Delta -tocopherol. Beat-tocopherol exists in concentrations too low to have any practical significance. Gamma and Delta-tocopherol are known primarily for their antioxidant properties.Being used as antioxidant ,their physiological activities is:Delta ->Gamma->Beta->Alpha-.Nowadays,Nowadays,Natueal Vitamin E is divided into Mixed Tocopherol(Low alpha) and Tocopherol (High alpha).

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Panax Ginseng softgels

American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), and Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus Chinensis) are the most common. Technically Siberian ginseng does not belong in the same genus as Asian or American ginseng and does not contain the same ingredients. As a rule, Asian ginseng is more stimulating and raises body temperature while American ginseng is less heating and stimulating. Hundreds of ginseng products are available over the counter with different dosages and combinations. You may notice a slightly or moderately different effect from these various ginseng formulations. Ginseng has been found to be helpful in enhancing energy and for sexual vitality.

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Seal Oil Softgels

Harp Seal oil contains unsaturated fatty acid of Omega-3: DHA, EPA and DPA, in which DPA nearly cannot be found in fish oil. DPA plays its function with DHA and EPA to prevent cardiovascular diseases, improve the recovery of cardiovascular diseases, relief arthritis as well as improving the immunity, etc.

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Sesamine Oil softgels

Sesamin is a lipid and a special fiber that's extracted from harvested sesame plant (Sesamun indicum) oil. The sesame plant has long been used as a food ingredient. The use of sesame seeds for culinary purposes date back more than 3000 years.

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Soy Lecithin Softgel

Soy Lecithin Softgel can lower cholesterol, increase HDL, prevent and reduce atherosclerosis, eliminate tension and fatigue, reduce neurasthenia, improve brain function.

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squalene oil softgels

Blossom Squalene is an oil extract from the livers of deepsea sharks. The Squalene allows sharks to live at extreme depths (1800-6000 feet below sea level) where oxygen levels are very low. Squalene is an unsaturated hydrocarbon which when combined with the... oil and gas lubricating oil
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