Zen Theanine™

AOR04079

Favorise La Relaxation Sans Somnolence

Non-GMO
Sans Gluten
Végétalien

$40.95$62.95

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Zen Theanine™ contient de la L-théanine, un acide aminé retrouvé dans le thé vert. Cet acide possède des propriétés calmantes qui sont bénéfiques pour ceux qui souffrent de troubles anxieux ou qui vivent du stress. Elle peut favoriser les ondes cérébrales alpha qui sont associées à un état d’esprit calme et vigilant. Elle aide à réduire la nervosité et l’agitation tout en favorisant une sensation de relaxation sans pour autant causer de somnolence. La L-théanine entre rapidement dans le système quand elle est ingérée. Elle influence les niveaux des neurotransmetteurs de la dopamine, la sérotonine et du GABA dans le cerveau, d’une manière qui affecte positivement l’humeur, le sommeil et la capacité d’apprentissage. La L-théanine semble également jouer un rôle protecteur contre certaines « excitotoxines ». Elle module la stimulation motrice associée à la caféine et inhibe certaines des actions de l’hormone de stress norépinéphrine dans le système nerveux central.

NPN

80004795

Discussion

Zen Theanine™ est de la L-théanine, un acide aminé unique, présent surtout dans le thé vert. Les études démontrent que la théanine favorise un état de relaxation, de sérénité et de vigilance. Il contient du « Suntheanine® », fabriqué à partir d’un procédé breveté qui offre comme résultat de la L-isomèrethéanine pure à 100 %.

Guarantees

AOR™ certifie que tous les ingrédients sont mentionnés sur l’étiquette. Ne contient ni blé, ni gluten, ni noix, ni arachide, ni graine de sésame, ni sulfite, ni moutarde, ni soja, ni produit laitier, ni oeuf, ni poisson, ni mollusque, ni crustacé ou produit d’origine animale.

AVANTAGE AOR

Zen Theanine™ est de la L-théanine, un acide aminé unique, présent surtout dans le thé vert. Les études démontrent que la théanine favorise un état de relaxation, de sérénité et de vigilance. Il contient du « Suntheanine® », fabriqué à partir d’un procédé breveté qui offre comme résultat de la L- isomère-théanine pure à 100 %.

Posologie adulte

Prendre 1 capsule par jour sans nourriture ou selon les recommandations d’un professionnel de la santé.

Mises en garde

Consulter un professionnel de la santé avant de prendre ce produit si vous êtes enceinte ou si vous allaitez.

Source

Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)

Main Application
  • Relaxation
  • Mood support
  • Cognitive support
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Suntheanine ® (L-Théanine)
225 mg

† Daily Value not established

Ingrédients non médicinaux: Cellulose microcristalline.

Alpha Brain WavesVarious tests have demonstrated the anti-stress effects of L-theanine. One of the more revealing of these experiments examined brain wave patterns after the ingestion of L-theanine. This research built upon the knowledge that humans produce specific patterns of electrical pulses on the surface of the brain which mirror brain states. The four primary wave patterns are known as the alpha, beta, delta and theta (a, b, d and q) brain waves, representing, respectively, 1) relaxed wakefulness, 2) excitation, 3) sound sleep, and 4) dozing sleep.50 women volunteers (aged 18-22 years old) were divided into high-anxiety and low-anxiety groups. Each group was given either 50 or 200 mg L-theanine in water once a week. Their brain waves were measured during the 60 minutes after ingestion. The measurements were repeated twice during a two-month test period. The results were a marked increase in alpha-waves starting roughly 40 minutes after ingestion. Researchers concluded that L-theanine rapidly enters the system when ingested and that it heightens the index of the brain wave which is known to be linked to a state of relaxed wakefulness. Researchers also have explored whether the response to L-theanine might be influenced by the level of anxiety found in test subjects. As might be expected, the greater degree of change is found in those manifesting high anxiety.Improved LearningAnimal tests have been used to find out if L-theanine exerts an impact upon memory and learning ability. In one memory experiment based upon learned avoidance, both active and passive in nature, the L-theanine-treated animals were more successful than controls, and their superiority increased in proportion to the number of tests. In another test which measured learning ability, the L-theanine-treated animals, similarly, out-performed the controls, especially as the tests became more advanced.Neurotransmitter MetabolismVarious experiments have attempted to determine how L-theanine achieves its benefits in the areas of relaxation and learning. These tests have shown that the amino acid influences the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain. The metabolism of dopamine and serotonin is influenced by L-theanine ingestion.NeuroprotectiveL-theanine, furthermore, appears to protect against certain so-called “excitotoxins.” It modulates the motor-stimulation associated with caffeine, and it inhibits some of the actions of norepinephrine in the central nervous system, for instance. In tests with gerbils, L-theanine protected against the destruction of neurons due to a rapid increase in glutamate in neurons and their resulting cellular death.Benefits for the LiverYet another trial with L-theanine looked at its effects upon liver health. A known liver toxin, D-galactosamine, was employed. L-theanine was shown to be active in preventing injury to the liver, whereas glutamine in equal amounts showed no protective effect. Studies using other models of liver injury also have demonstrated benefits.

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