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ZenThonic
FLÜSSIGE ANTIOXIDANTIEN MIT MANGOSTAN

Paket:

946 ml

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Aktive Wirkstoffe von ZenThonic

Mangostan

Schwarztraubensaft Konzentrat

Erdbeerensaft Konzentrat

Preisselbeerensaft Konzentrat

Himbeerensaft Konzentrat

Süsse Kirchensaft Konzentrat

Apfelsaft Konzentrat

Birnensaftkonzentrat

Birnepuree

Heidelbeeerensaft Konzentrat

Wem empfehlen wir es?

  • Jedem zu einem ausnahmsweise starken antioxidativen Schutz und zur Verstärkung des Immunsystems,

  • denjenigen, die ermüdbarer sind, nach einer Krankheit zur Verbesserung der Kondition,

  • bei Herz- und Gefäßproblemen,

  • aktiven oder passiven Rauchern, Einwohnern der Siedlungen, wo die Luft verschmutzt ist,

  • denjenigen, die regelmäßig Alkohol konsumieren,

  • bei gestresster Lebensweise,

  • denjenigen, die die flüssigen Ernährungsergänzungsmittel bevorzugen.

Dosierung:

2x1-3 Esslöffel täglich

ZenThonic
   
Beschreibung:
Das ZenThonic ist ein Superfrüchte-Extrakt in flüssiger Form aus Mangostan mit extra starker antioxidativer Wirkung. Seine wertvollen Fasern, Bioflavonoiden, Vitamine und Mineralstoffe fördern den Schutz des Organismus vor der schädlichen Wirkung der freien Radikalen. Sie können den Alterungsprozess verlangsamen, eine positive Wirkung auf unser Herz- und Gefäßsystem ausüben, erhöht das Immunsystem unterstützen und unsere Kondition verbessern.

Haben Sie gewusst, dass nach einer Legende die Mangostan aus der malaysischen Inselgruppe der Buddha den Menschen geschenkt hat, um ihr Leben durch ihre wohltuende Wirkung zu unterstützen? Die Anfangsversuche haben vielversprechende Ergebnisse über Antientzündungs-, Antischmerzen-, Antiallergie-, Antibakterien-, Antivirus-, Antipilz-Wirkung auf den Organismus von Xanthonen gezeigt.*

*Antibacterial activity of xanthones from Garcinia mangostana (L.) and their structureactivity relationship studies - Dharmaratne HR et al, Nat Prod Res. 2012 Apr 11., Medicinal properties of mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) - Pedraza-Chaverri J,, Food Chem Toxicol. 2008 Oct;46(10):3227-39. , In vitro and in vivo anti-colon cancer effects of Garcinia mangostana xanthones extract - Abdalrahim F A Aisha et al, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012, 12:104

Lagerung:
Nach dem Öffnen im Kühlschrank.

Keywords: ZenThonic, Calivita, Mangostan-, Anti-Oxidantien, stärksten natürlichen Antioxidantien, natürliche Vitamine, Vitamin C, Mineralstoffe

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The Antioxidative Effect of Mangostane

We have read a lot about antioxidants on several forums, but it is not certain that we actually know why it is so important to supply our body with the proper amount and quality of antioxidative compound.

During our body's normal metabolism so called free radicals are produced every minute, which contain free oxigen or nitrogen molecules. These are capable of reacting with the substances that build up cells, with the cell membrane or with the DNA itself and damage them. However, we must note that the role of free radicals is very important in transmitting signs within the cell. The accumulation of free radicals can be dangerous and it is strongly influenced by our way of life: the rushing world, the smog in the air and smoking (in several cases, all these together) and also unhealthy eating habits that are deficient in antioxidants. Who would think that even during physical training and hard physical work the production of free radicals increases, in direct proportion to the intensity of the work. Just think about it, how many times we get into such a situation during our life from day to day when the production of free radicals increases.

According to scientists, if the balance of antioxidants and the molecules called free radicals is broken and the increased amount of the latter becomes permanent, so-called oxidative stress develops, the significance of which lies in the process of ageing and in the development of several chronic diseases (e. g. cancer, diseases of the heart and the vascular system).

Although, free radicals can be neutralized by cell enzymes, certain vitamins and other mechanisms, in case of increased stress it is not certain that this is enough.

We can increase the amount of antioxidants that protect cells with our lifestyle and our eating habits, but nowadays it is difficult to pay attention to this and we cannot be sure anymore whether the given food-product contains the necessary amount of valuable nutrient that we presumed.

In such cases it is worth applying for reliable, quality dietary supplements with antioxidative effect, which can provide a great alternative to reinforce our antioxidative protection.
One of the most popular natural basic material with an antioxidative effect nowadays is themangostane fruit, which has earned its position justly based on the researches done so far. There have been several examinations done to map its effects and agents. As a result of a research done in 2006, the number of identified compounds extracted from mangostane, which have an antioxidative effect has grown to 14. Its main agent, alpha-mangostine was described as a compound with one of the strongest effects.

The measurement of the antioxidative effect of the polifenol compound that can be extracted from mangostane was the topic of further research. Their finding was that one of the xantons found in it could protect the unsaturated fatty acid from oxidation the way Vitamin-E could. Another research done with mangostane extracts on breast cancer cells showed anti-cell-division effect and advanced cellular death apart from the fact that it prevented the production of free radicals.

A different experiment demonstrated the antiinflammatory effect of alpha-mangostine found in mangostane (inflammation in itself is a procedure controlled by the free radicals produced by the cells of our immune system).


Since antioxidants can protect our cells only by “sacrificing” themselves (free radicals damage these compounds instead of the cells) thus it is a good idea to protect them as well until they reach our cells. It is important to buy a product that was created with a thought of this.
We recommend you to use a dietary supplement (liquid or capsule) that contains several kinds of antioxidants all at once. For example, the valuable agents of mangostane synergically cooperate with the antioxidative compounds found in green tea or in other fruits.


Sources:

Production, detection, and adaptive responses to free radicals in exercise - Sean Sachdeva, and Kelvin J. Davies, Free Radical Biology and Medicine Vol. 44, Is. 2, 15 January 2008, Pages 215-223
Free radicals, metals and antioxidants in oxidative stress-induced cancer - M. Valkoa, C.J. Rhodesb, J. Moncola, M. Izakovica and M. Mazura, Chemico-Biological Interactions
Volume 160, Issue 1, 10 March 2006, P. 1-40
Free radicals and muscle fatigue: Of ROS, canaries, and the IOC - Michael B. Reid, Free Radical Biology and Medicine Vo. 44, Is. 2, 15 January 2008, P.169-179
Antiproliferation, antioxidation and induction of apoptosis by Garcinia mangostana (mangosteen) on SKBR3 human breast cancer cell line - Primchanien Moongkarndi, Nuttavut Kosema, Sineenart Kaslungkab, Omboon Luanratanac, Narongchai Pongpanc and Neelobol Neungtond, Journal of Ethnopharmacology Vol 90, Is 1, January 2004, P161-166.
Anti-inflammatory activity of mangostins from Garcinia mangostana - Lih-Geeng Chena, Ling-Ling Yangb and Ching-Chiung Wan, Food and Chemical Toxicology
Vol. 46, Is. 2, February 2008, P. 688-693
Bioavailability and Antioxidant Effects of a Xanthone-Rich Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) Product in Humans - Miwako Kondo, Liliang Zhang, Hongping Ji, Yan Kou and Boxin Ou, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2009, 57 (19), pp 8788–8792
Antioxidant Xanthones from the Pericarp of Garcinia mangostana (Mangosteen) - Hyun-Ah Jung, Bao-Ning Su, William J. Keller, Rajendra G. Mehta, and A. Douglas Kinghorn, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2006, 54 (6), pp 2077–2082
Phenolics from hull of Garcinia mangostana fruit and their antioxidant activities - Limei Yua, Mouming Zhaoa, Bao Yangb, Qiangzhong Zhaoa and Yueming Jiangb, Food Chemistry Vol.104, Is.1, 2007, P. 176-181
Antioxidant Nutrients and Chronic Disease: Use of Biomarkers of Exposure and Oxidative Stress Status in Epidemiologic Research - Susan T. Mayne, The American Society for Nutritional Sciences J. Nutr. 133:933S-940S, March 2003

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