Synergie Antioxydante


Votre formule antioxydante complète de haute qualité

  • Aide à réduire l’inflammation et la détérioration cellulaire qui contribue au vieillissement
  • Protection supérieure comparativement aux autres formules antioxydantes
  • Des ingrédients synergétiques qui soutiennent une protection antioxydante continue
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Les antioxydants sont des nutriments présents dans tous les types de fruits, de légumes, de plantes, de noix et de graines. Ils aident à protéger le corps contre les dommages causés par les oxydants ou « les radicaux libres ». Ces molécules toxiques jouent un rôle dans le développement des maladies telles que les cataractes, les troubles cardiaques et l'arthrite, et dans le développement de cellules anormales. Les antioxydants neutralisent les radicaux libres en les « stabilisant » avant qu'ils puissent endommager les cellules. Ce processus requiert un changement pour les antioxydants qui momentanément deviennent eux-mêmes des radicaux libres légers avant d’être « recyclés » à leur forme originale et de continuer à agir comme antioxydants. De plus, certains antioxydants sont plus efficaces dans certaines régions de l'organisme et vous devez donc prendre les bons pour obtenir les meilleurs résultats possible! Grâce au réseau d'antioxydants et ses interactions complémentaires uniques, le cycle vicieux de l'oxydation peut être évité. Le réseau d'antioxydants comprend : l'acide R+ lipoïque, le complexe de vitamines E, la vitamine C, la coenzyme Q10 et le glutathion. Lorsque combinés, ces nutriments essentiels forment une équipe de protecteurs qui se recyclent les uns les autres. Par ce processus de régénération mutuelle, les antioxydants de réseau améliorent et prolongent leurs capacités. Les autres antioxydants quant à eux, jouent un rôle de soutien aux antioxydants du réseau. Les deux stimulants du réseau les plus reconnus sont les bioflavanoïdes et le sélénium minéral. Parmi les bioflavanoïdes, on retrouve l'acide carnosique et le resvératrol, qui sont particulièrement intéressants. L'acide carnosique se retrouve dans le romarin, alors que le resvératrol provient des raisins. Le sélénium soutient également le réseau en maintenant la présence de deux enzymes clés dans l'organisme. Synergie Antioxydante d’AOR offre une combinaison d’antioxydants la plus puissante pour réduire l’inflammation et le dommage cellulaire qui contribuent au vieillissement, à l’infertilité, aux troubles cardiaques et à plusieurs autres conditions chroniques.
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
† Daily Value not established*Contains 20 mg sodium per serving.‡Tocotrienols: 14 mg alpha, 2 mg beta, 25 mg gamma, 7 mg delta
Non-medical Ingredients: rosemary extract (5 mg), silicon dioxide, sodium alginate, gum Arabic, maltodextrin, pea starch, palm oil, hydroxypropyl cellulose, sodium stearyl fumarate, acacia gum and fatty acid esters. Capsule : hypromellose.Contains: Soy
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)CoQ10 is known as an antioxidant, but more predominantly as a coenzyme in the electron transport chain within mitochondria, for the production of cellular energy. CoQ10 is vital for cardiovascular function, helping to lower blood pressure and improving states of congestive heart failure. As well, CoQ10 has shown neuroprotective effects.R(a)-Lipoic AcidAlpha-lipoic acid is unique in that in addition to its antioxidant activity of scavenging free radicals, it can also chelate metals such as iron, copper and mercury. As part of its “networking abilities” it can regenerate other antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin E, vitamin C, and glutathione.  Animal studies have shown that alpha-lipoic acid protects the mitochondria of heart cells against the effects of aging.N-acetyl L-cysteine (NAC)“BMAL1” is one of the proteins in our body that regulates the circadian rhythm (sleep/wake cycle). Low or deficient levels of this particular protein have been known to lead to premature aging and increased levels of reactive oxygen species (free radicals) in mice. One study administered NAC to mice who lacked the BMAL1 gene and found that life-long treatment of NAC significantly increased the average and maximal lifespan of these mice. Additionally NAC treatment led to reduced age-dependent weight loss and reduced cataract development.ResveratrolAnimal studies have shown that resveratrol treatment decreases levels of reactive oxygen species (free radicals), and restores the activities of antioxidant enzymes. Additionally, researchers reported that resveratrol may even protect against insulin sensitivity in skeletal muscle by improving mitochondrial activity and antioxidant balance.Experiments using simple organisms have demonstrated resveratrol’s lifespan-increasing effects. The mechanism of this is through the stimulation of enzymes such as AMP-activated protein kinase and others that are activated classically by caloric restriction. Supplementation with resveratrol also seems to decrease the cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s-like symptoms associated with aging, as has been shown in animal studies. Preclinical studies suggest that resveratrol mimics the beneficial outcomes of caloric restriction by activating specific genes (such as SIRT1) that regulate aging. Additionally, its antioxidant effects may also protect neurons from oxidative damage. This evidence suggests that resveratrol may be useful for treating and preventing neurodegenerative diseases associated with aging such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.In a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study, resveratrol was given for the treatment of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s-related dementia. Subjects were given 500mg daily with a 500mg dose increase every 13 weeks until a dose of 1000mg twice daily was reached for a final 13 weeks. Results showed that subjects given resveratrol had significantly stabilized declines in biomarkers of Alzheimer’s (fragments of amyloid precursor proteins) in both plasma and cerebrospinal fluid. Progressive declines of these fragments are characteristic of dementia which occurred significantly more in the placebo group.In other animal models, resveratrol has shown promise in reversing the effects of metabolic syndrome. It has also demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting COX (cyclooxygenase) enzyme activity.TocotrienolsDNA ProtectionTocotrienols are a form of vitamin E that are part of the antioxidant network and perform greater antioxidant activity to tocopherol vitamin E. One study supplemented subjects with 160mg of tocotrienols daily for 6 months and found that older individuals (>50 years) showed reduced DNA damage and chromosomal stability compared to the younger (<50-year-old) treatment group. The age-related DNA damage in older individuals improve significantly; therefore researchers suggest that tocotrienols may have a role in either or both prevention of DNA damage and DNA repair.Skin protection against UV radiationTocotrienols can rapidly penetrate the skin, and therefore can prevent oxidative damage from UV radiation. In a study of subjects with photosensitivity, a single applications of a tocotrienol was able to protect the skin better than vitamin A products.Cardiovascular protectionInternally, tocotrienols have a positive effect on the cardiovascular system by inhibiting oxidation of LDL cholesterol and down-regulating the enzyme HMG CoA reductase, which helps regulate cholesterol levels. Researchers have also documented the neuroprotective effects of tocotrienols.In a trial of hypercholesterolemic patients, supplementing with 200-300mg of tocotrienol-rich fractions led to significant decreases in total and LDL cholesterol. When paired with medications such as lovastatin, lower doses of tocotrienols seem to provide similar benefits, compared to either treatment alone. Vitamins C & E (tocopherol)Vitamin C has many roles and effects in the body. In addition to its actions as an antioxidant, it is also essential for producing collagen, allowing vitamin C to be of importance in reducing the wrinkles and sagging of skin associated with aging.Vitamin E, in tocopherol form, also acts as an antioxidant and anti-aging nutrient. Vitamin E protects against LDL cholesterol oxidation while higher intakes have been associated with reduced heart disease and cardiac deaths.
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