ASPARAGUS AND KONJAC COMPLEX
Strong antioxidant, body protection umbrella
Main raw materials/Ingredients:
Sorbitol, asparagus, konjac powder, sesame, garlic powder, oyster powder, edamame, broccoli
Product content ：
Each tablet contains selenium 50mcg, vitamin E 400IU, vitamin A 1000IU
0.57g × 60 tablets
Directions for use:
Take 2 tablets per day
Store in a cool dry place, refrigerate after opening.
Great and Suitable for:
- People who use their eyes much and have poor eyesight
- People who have dull, rough skin, fine lines, stains, and poor complexion
- People with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood concentration
- People who are often exposed to the sun, using computers, watching TV, driving, or contacting with chemicals for a long time
The comprehensive formula of natural vitamin A and vitamin E plus the important antioxidant element-selenium can give full play to the synergy of the three. This would better protect the body from free radical damage and human skin; extend the cell life; help blood Circulation; enhance vision and support cardiovascular health, etc.
Vitamin A is mainly used to prevent night blindness and vision loss which is helpful in the treatment of various eye diseases. As vitamin A deficiency is prone to occur such as night blindness, dry eye, corneal softening and rough skin. So, supply vitamin A can enhance the body’s antioxidant capacity, promote cell division and proliferation, strengthen bones, enhance metabolism. In addition, it can delay skin aging, maintain moist and youthful for skin, maintain the health of skin/hair/teeth/gums, and has the effects of resisting respiratory infections.
Vitamin E and selenium are two powerful antioxidants against free radicals. The research shows that oxidative stress caused by free radicals can make cells age prematurely. Vitamin E and selenium not only can promote immune function and support cardiovascular health, but there is also an important synergy between them. Selenium protects the digestion and absorption of lipids by maintaining the function of the pancreas, thereby promoting the absorption of fat-soluble vitamin E in the intestine.
Vitamin E: also known as tocopherol, it is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is assimilated to the mythical ‘spring of youth’ by scientists while being one of the most important natural antioxidants. Vitamin E cannot be synthesized by itself in the human body, but it can intake from wheat germ. The experiment proved that human cells would die after 50 rounds of reproduction and division, while cells treated with vitamin E can divide more than 120 rounds (prolonging the lifespan of cells by 2.4 times). In other words, vitamin E can slow aging by 2.4 times. Secondly, the core of vitamin E is to act as an antioxidant in the human body, to remove free radicals, prevent the generation of lipid peroxides. So, it maintains the elasticity of the skin and blood vessels, thereby reduces skin wrinkles. In addition, the main group that lack vitamin E are premature infants, growing children, and patients with fat malabsorption. Lacking vitamin E will cause hemolytic anemia and nervous system function impaired. Therefore, taking vitamin E as an antioxidant will help the integrity of cell membranes, nervous system function damage by inhibit the excessive oxidation of fat and the formation of free radicals for those people.
Selenium: an essential trace element for the human body. Selenium is known as the ‘longevity element’, ‘king of anti-cancer’, and ‘natural antidote’ in the medical and the nutrition community in China and abroad. It has great potential in anti-oxidation, anti-aging, anti-cancer, enhancing immune function, preventing cardiovascular disease and anti-virus. As early as 1957, it was discovered that selenium was a protective factor to prevent nutritional liver necrosis, which was a milestone in human exploring of selenium. Therefore, people began to explore the mysterious selenium. In 1973, it was discovered that the selenium is glutathione peroxide. As a component of enzymes, the World Health Organization announced that selenium is an essential trace element for the human body. In 1980, Chinese scientist announced to the world that selenium can effectively control Keshan disease. Then, the Chinese Nutrition Society listed selenium as one of the daily dietary nutrients in 1988. To summarise, enough selenium must be taken every day that can maintain the balance of nutrients in the body.