Taurine and apigenin-containing dietary supplement capsules with polyphenol content.
Flavonoids protect the body against the harmful effects of free radicals. Flavonoids are plant immune substances and their physiological effects are extremely significant for humans.
Apigenin has been shown in a controlled clinical trial (in combination with epigallocatechin gallate) to inhibit the recurrence of intestinal tumors and malignant intestinal polyps. Standardized flavonoid mixtures of apigenin and epigallocatechin-gallate are already available in Hungary. The main result of the clinical trial is that it clearly demonstrates the superiority of 2nd generation apigenin-standardized wheat germ grass-based extracts over first-generation wheat germ extracts, which contain essentially no or very small amounts of the anti-cancer apigenin flavonoid. We hope that in the future, as a result of the results of the German clinical trial, the clinical use of 2nd generation extracts standardized for apigenin in cancer patients will be supported in Hungary as well. Source click here .
What is taurine?
Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that is also found in the human body (amino acids are components of proteins), which is found in the brain and nervous system in the highest amount, and is the second most abundant amino acid in breast milk. The human body contains 1 gram of taurine per kilogram. Taurine accounts for 50% of all free amino acids present in the heart. You can participate in the processes of maintaining performance and health in a variety of ways.
What is it in?
Its main sources are seafood (shellfish, crab) and fish. It also occurs naturally in other meats and breast milk. It is the second most abundant amino acid in breast milk.
What is your role?
It acts as an energy transmitter and detoxifier. Stabilizes cell membranes and regulates calcium concentration. It is involved in processes of maintaining performance and health in a variety of ways, including regulating fluid levels in muscle cells, transporting minerals, affecting insulin and adrenaline levels, metabolism, fat digestion, the immune system, cholesterol levels, sperm and bile production.
Its presence is essential for the optimal development of the nervous system. When taurine levels in the body are low, various disorders can occur, such as damage to the heart muscle, abnormal development of the retina, and growth retardation. Taurine accounts for 50% of all free amino acids present in the heart. It has a positive effect on the heart muscle and has been shown in several studies to lower blood pressure.
Taurine helps regulate the level of calcium inside the cell. Thus, if there is enough taurine in the body, the risk of heart calcification is significantly reduced. Taurine dosing is useful for the stressed body, which exerts extreme energy, to help with mental activity and diabetics.
In one experiment, taurine stimulated glucose uptake into cells corresponding to 50% of the capacity of insulin. In another experiment comparing insulin and taurine, taurine increased the intake of an amino acid called proline. Interestingly, the insulin-taurine combination did not produce better results than the two substances alone. Like glutamine, many people consider taurine to be crucial to their condition. Although our body normally produces all taurine, its deficiency is manifested in the functional insufficiency of certain tissues.
Taurine, Flavin7 Bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed husk drying, sorghum seed husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant seed husk drying, redcurrant seed husk husk drying, redcurrant seed husk drying, plum drying , green tea, chamomile flower powder (apigenin 70%), capsule cover: gelatin, titanium dioxide.
Active ingredients in the daily dose:
|Green tea||200 mg|
|15.5 mg + – 10%|
– 3×1 capsules / day.
– 100 capsules.