The world´s most powerful natural antioxidant still unknown at the rest of the world Dr. Alvin Kresler

Approximately 30 times more vitamin C than what is found in Oranges

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Camu Camu

vitamin c supplementThe Camu Camuis a shrub that grows in the Peruvian rainforest along the Amazon River in Peru l. It contains the highest amount of natural vitamin C of any herbal source in the world

Vitamin C plays an essential role in the immune system and as a powerul anti-xidant. because of the high content of Vitamin C it is a powerful natural anti- aging source.

Benefits

* A powerful Anti-aging
* It aids to avoid foreign invaders anc combat the bacterias..
* It is vital to the production of collagen,.
* It helps protect the fat-soluble vitamins A and E as well as fatty
acids from oxidation.
* It aids in neutralizing pollutants.
* It is needed for antibody production.
* It has natural antihistamine properties.

Antioxidants

The Camu Camu  offera potent antioxidant protection. As you process food for energy, your body produces substances called free radicals. Free radicals are believed to contribute to aging and certain diseases.

To neutralize free radicals, you need in others certain vitamins, minerals and enzymes, that you take with your daily food. Proponents believe that antioxidants can prevent chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes.

The most poweful natural anti-oxidant in the world

Whether you know it or not, your body is being constantly attacked by very harmful substances known as free radicals. You can not see them, smell them or touch them, but they are always there, trying to destroy your cells, tissues and organs.

Free radicals are highly unstable molecules that are generated mainly during the process of oxidation; the very process that produces the energy necessary to stay alive. They also come from outside sources, such as environmental pollution, smoking and various synthetic chemicals that are added to our water and food. The free radicals are chemically unstable because they lack one electron. In order to stabilize themselves, they attack any other substance within their reach and grab an electron from them. This, of course, creates a new free radical, which proceeds to repeat the process, producing a “domino effect.” When this reaction is uncontrolled, it can generate millions of free radicals within seconds.

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These chemicals damage key enzymes, cell membranes and even the chromosomes that store our genetic material (DNA). Free radicals have been implicated in most known diseases of mankind, but especially in the chronic, degenerative diseases associated with the aging process. According to The Times, free radicals can be linked to over 60 diseases, including diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. They can cause severe reduction in cell function and even the death of a cell. In some cases, when the DNA has been damaged beyond repair, it can even lead to cancer.
Fortunately, we have a “built-in” free radical fighting mechanism also known as the antioxidant defense system. It consists of specialized enzymes that have a “spare” electron that they can give away without turning into free radicals. In order to protect us, however, the enzymes need help from certain substances known as antioxidants.

Antioxidants are natural free radical fighters. They also have a spare electron which they can give away to make free radicals harmless. They work by protecting the components of our antioxidant system. Common antioxidants include vitamins C, E, beta carotene, bioflavonoids, zinc, selenium and alpha lipoic acid.
Natural food components are much more bioavailable to the body than the synthetically processed vitamins that are common to most dietary supplements. While a chemist may tell you that if a synthetic molecule is identical to a natural molecule, it will perform identically in the body; the reality is that in nature, the natural molecule is attached to
scores of other molecules that participate in its action within the body.

 

Unfortunately, back in the 1930s when RDAs were established, government scientists decided that you rate vitamin C according to the amount of ascorbic acid it contains. So, ascorbic acid became the marker, ignoring all the other nutritional bonds ascorbic acid is attached to. In nature, ascorbic acid is an antioxidant that preserves and protects the vitamin C complex, along with the whole plantLet’s be perfectly clear; ascorbic acid by itself is not Vitamin C, it is ascorbic acid. It is only one component of an entire vitamin C complex. As a result, vitamin C is a very misunderstood vitamin. To synthesize out the preservative, without the other components, in our opinion, was a mistake.

Camu Camu, vitamin “C” found in nature consists of enzymes, bioflavonoids and scores of other components that are collectively referred to as the P factor. These P factors serve the body in numerous other ways besides antioxidant activity. The P factors strengthen the vascular system. They make the vessels tougher and more durable. They improve the integrity of the capillaries. The bioflavonoids are anti-inflammatory, helping to improve wound healing and particularly effective in reducing the inflammation of ulcers.

Vitamin K is another part of the C complex. It promotes prothrombin, which means it helps in coagulation (blood clotting). Other components of the C complex increase the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. This is extremely significant since oxygen is probably the one essential nutrient we absolutely can not live without, and the oxygen levels of our environment continue to decline. Additionally, if you have a cold or flu, you want to get oxygen to your tissues where it oxidizes the toxins and carries them off as carbon dioxide and water.

As previously mentioned, the natural C complex contains enzymes, the most significant being tyrosinase, which is organic copper. Copper is a cofactor in several enzyme systems in the body. It is a catalyst in the creation of hemoglobin in red blood cells. It synergistically assists vitamin C in collagen and elastin formation which improves the integrity of connective tissue.

A complete vitamin C complex has much more nutritional value and therapeutic potential than synthesized ascorbic acid which is common in most other dietary supplements. Harmonic Innerprize’s Camu-Camu All Natural Vitamin C Complex is the way nature intended vitamin C to be delivered into the body. It is complimented in a base by two other highly concentrated vitamin C fruits; Amla fruit from India and Goji Berries from Tibet. Monatrace™ minerals energetically harmonize the formula.

Other possible benefits of Vitamin C: One small study conducted at the Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York,

Allergies

It May Help Reduce Your Allergy Symptoms
Vitamin C plays an essential role in the immune system. It is found in every cell of our body and performs various functions:

* It aids in fighting off foreign invaders.
* It is vital to the production of collagen, which is involved in the building and health of cartilage, joints, skin, and blood vessels.
* It helps protect the fat-soluble vitamins A and E as well as fatty acids from oxidation.
* It aids in neutralizing pollutants.
* It is needed for antibody production.
* It has natural antihistamine properties.

Other Possible Benefits

One small study conducted at the Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, found significant reductions in blood levels of histamine after people took 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C for three consecutive days.

An Italian study found that people with hay fever, who had taken 2,000 milligrams of Vitamin C daily, were better able to maintain the volume of air they could exhale.

Futher about Vitamin C may:

* Contribute to healthy bones
* Help prevent periodontal disease
* Aid in healing wounds
* Combat inflammation and pain
* Aid iron absorption
* Break down histamine
* Protect lung function
* Maintain cognition in the elderly

An Italian study found that people with hay fever, who had taken 2,000 milligrams of Vitamin C daily, were better able to maintain the volume of air they could exhale.

Vitamin C may also help reduce some of the inflammation associated with chronic allergies, according to other studies.

Antioxidants help defend our bodies from heart disease, cancer, and perhaps even the ravages of age.

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