Yienxi Brand Asparagus and Konjac Compound Tablets
Powerful Antioxidation, Fear Nothing
Main Ingredients: Sorbitol, Asparagus, Konjac Powder, Sesame, Garlic Powder, Oyster Powder, Edamame, Broccoli
Ingredient Content: Selenium 120mcg per tablet, Vitamin E 30IU, Vitamin A 1000IU
Product Specification: 0.57g × 60 tablets
Usage: Take 2 tablets daily
Storage: Keep in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.
- Individuals with dull, rough, wrinkled skin, blemishes, and poor complexion
- Those who strain their eyes or have poor vision
- Individuals with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood viscosity
- People frequently exposed to sunlight, prolonged computer use, television viewing, driving, and contact with chemical substances
A comprehensive formula combining natural Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and the essential antioxidant element “Selenium.” The synergistic effects of these three components provide robust protection against free radical damage, supporting skin health, prolonging cell lifespan, promoting blood circulation, enhancing vision, and contributing to cardiovascular health.
Vitamin A primarily prevents night blindness and vision deterioration, aiding in the treatment of various eye disorders. Additionally, it enhances the body’s antioxidant capacity, promotes cell division, proliferation, growth, strengthens bones, boosts metabolism, delays skin aging, maintains skin hydration and youthfulness, and supports skin, hair, teeth, and gum health. It also has an anti-respiratory infection effect. Deficiency of Vitamin A can lead to night blindness, dry eyes, keratomalacia, and rough skin.
Vitamin E and Selenium are potent antioxidants that counteract free radicals. Research demonstrates that oxidative stress caused by free radicals can prematurely age cells. Vitamin E and Selenium also promote immune function, with Vitamin E contributing to cardiovascular health.
Vitamin E: Also known as tocopherol, it is a fat-soluble vitamin often compared to the mythical “Fountain of Youth.” It is one of the primary natural antioxidants. It cannot be synthesized autonomously in the body and must be obtained through dietary intake. It is richly present in wheat germ.
Experimental evidence shows that while human cells divide and reproduce around 50 times before dying, Vitamin E-treated cells can divide more than 120 times, extending cell lifespan by 2.4 times. In other words, Vitamin E can slow down aging by 2.4 times.
The core function of Vitamin E is as an antioxidant in the body, removing free radicals and preventing lipid peroxidation, thereby maintaining skin and blood vessel elasticity and reducing wrinkles. In September 2000, during the “Vitamin E and Human Health” symposium held in Beijing, the Institute of Nutrition and Food Hygiene of the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine recognized the potent effects of Vitamin E, often referred to as the “Ginseng of Western Medicine.”
Groups most prone to Vitamin E deficiency are premature infants, children, and individuals with poor fat absorption. Major symptoms of Vitamin E deficiency include hemolytic anemia and impaired nervous system function. As an antioxidant, Vitamin E can inhibit excessive lipid oxidation and free radical formation, maintain cell membrane integrity, prevent cell damage, and delay aging.
Selenium is an essential trace element in the human body, referred to as the “spark of life,” “longevity element,” “king of anti-cancer,” “natural detoxifier,” and “guardian of health” in the medical and nutritional fields worldwide. Research suggests that Selenium holds significant potential in antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-cancer, immune enhancement, cardiovascular disease prevention, and antiviral effects. As early as 1957, Selenium was discovered to be a protective factor against nutritional hepatic necrosis, marking a milestone in Selenium research. In 1973, it was found to be a component of glutathione peroxidase, and in 1980, China announced its effectiveness in controlling Keshan disease. In 1988, the Chinese Nutrition Society listed Selenium as one of the daily dietary nutrients, emphasizing its importance alongside essential nutrients like sugars and proteins.
Selenium and Vitamin E have a vital synergistic relationship. Selenium helps maintain pancreatic function, ensuring the digestion and absorption of fats and promoting the absorption of fat-soluble Vitamin E in the intestines. Both have strong antioxidant effects, protecting biomembranes and delaying the body’s aging process.