- Supports antioxidant and immune health.
- Helps neutralize cell-damaging free radicals in cells.
- Supports heart health and circulatory health.
- Vegetarian formula.
- Trial size.
- Vitamin C offers many benefits, including support of antioxidant health, heart health and circulatory health, plus it plays a role in supporting immune function.
- This vegetarian supplement also includes Bioflavonoids and Wild Rose Hips. One caplet provides 500mg of Vitamin C.
- Trial size includes 30 coated caplets.
- May beneficially affect the aging process
- Improves heart muscle function
- Reduces blood pressure in people with hypertension
- Boosts overall immune function
According to Dr. Axe, these are benefits of Cranberries:
- Prevents and Treats Urinary Tract Infections
- Decreases Inflammation
- Prevents Cancers
- Improves Immune Function
- Benefits The Digestive Tract
- Heals Heart Disease
- Nourishes joints to improve flexibility
- Supports connective tissue in and around the joints
- Promotes healthy cartilage to encourage joint comfort
Contains 100mg of Raspberry Ketones and 500mg of White Kidney Beans in a concentrated synergistic formula
This Raspberry Ketones are highly concentrated.
This concentrated synergistic formula contains 100mg of Raspberry Ketones and 500mg of White Kidney Beans. Includes 60 rapid release capsules.
No Artificial Color, Flavor or Sweetener, No Preservatives, No Sugar, No Starch, No Milk, No Lactose, No Soy, No Gluten, No Wheat, No Yeast, No Fish. Sodium Free.
Turmeric is widely recommended for myriad diseases, from stomach ulcers and skin infections to eye conditions (such as chronic anterior uveitis). The evidence for it actually working for any of these conditions is mixed. For example, there’s no evidence that turmeric will help heal stomach ulcers but, when it’s applied as a paste, it may well eliminate scabies, an itchy skin condition caused by parasitic mites.
Specifically, turmeric may help to:
Relieve carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, and joint inflammation. The anti-inflammatory compounds in turmeric appear to ease inflammation. This makes it possibly useful for relieving the inflammation in wrist and hand joints associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, for example. In India, curcumin is considered a standard anti-inflammatory medication. It appears to be most effective for acute rather than chronic inflammation.
Many sources recommend curcumin for arthritis-related inflammation and pain, but the evidence showing its effectiveness for arthritis is unclear. In a 1980 study published in India, rheumatoid arthritis patients who took 1,200 mg of curcumin a day experienced the same reduction in stiffness and joint swelling as those who took the prescription anti-inflammatory drug phenylbutazone, which can have unpleasant side effects. Unfortunately, the study was flawed because results weren’t compared to a placebo (dummy pill) group.
Ease indigestion, excess gas (flatulence), bloating, and other stomach upset. Reinforcing an ancient use for turmeric, German health authorities have declared turmeric tea a valuable remedy for stomach upset. Laboratory findings back this up: The curcumin in turmeric fights bacteria commonly responsible for infectious diarrhea.
Clinical trials have been somewhat promising for this time-tested use as well. In a widely cited 1989 study, Thai researchers found that 500 mg capsules of curcumin (taken four times daily) was far more effective than a placebo in relieving indigestion. The study involved more than 116 adults at six Thai hospitals. And it was double-blind, meaning that neither the participants nor the researchers were aware of what each participant was taking during the trial. Nearly 90% of the participants taking the turmeric experienced full or partial pain relief after seven days, while only 53% of the group taking the placebo felt better.
Prevent cancer. In its role as an antioxidant, turmeric (presumably meaning the curcumin) inhibits damage to cells and thus helps to prevent cancer. In laboratory and small animal studies, curcumin has been found to hinder the growth of errant cells associated with cancer of the breast, skin, and colon, as well as lymphoma.
In a small but interesting 1992 clinical trial of 16 cigarette smokers, those taking 1.5 grams of turmeric a day for 30 days had a significantly lower level of mutagens (in the urine) than a control group consisting of six nonsmokers. Mutagens are substances that can increase the occurrence of a cancer-causing mutation.