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Enhance Factor

Fatty Acids… What Do They Do?
  • Energy Production
  • Diffusion of oxygen into the bloodstream
  • Hemoglobin production
  • Vital for the transportation and metabolism of triglycerides and cholesterol
  • Brain and nerve tissue development
  • Control cell membrane fluids
  • Lower high blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  • Stabilize insulin and blood sugar levels
  • Treat arthritis
  • Anti-inflammatory effect
  • Helpful in inflammatory conditions
  • Relieve asthma.
  • Ease PMS symptoms
  • Decrease allergy response
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Reduce water retention, by assisting in sodium and water removal.
  • Aids in skin texture
  • Alleviate psoriasis
  • Calming effect and regulates mood

A fatty acid that promotes mental function and nerve cell health. Lecithin is an important natural source of nutrients including choline and inositol- vital components of cell membranes that play important roles in cell growth and function. The cellular membrane is what allows the nutritional “fuel” to enter each cell and the “waste” to exit. The healthier the membrane…. the healthier the cell and the healthier the overall body!

Phytosterol Blend
Phytosterols are natural components of edible vegetable oils. These sterols are complex, unsaturated alcohols, without which most living things could not survive. They form the foundation for steroids that include our sex hormones and produce the "fight or flight" response associated with adrenaline. And among the more ambiguous of the sterols is cholesterol. Associated by most people as that element whose sole purpose is to play havoc with our arteries, cholesterol’s most important role is maintaining the structure of cell membranes. While structurally similar to cholesterol, phytosterols work to reduce the serum level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, which is associated with atherosclerosis. The effects of phytosterols on cholesterol reduction have been documented for nearly 50 years, but only now have they found application in supplements such as our Enhance Factor™.

Borage Seed powder
Borage seed has been used for treating the joint pain and swelling (inflammation) of arthritis, as well as certain skin conditions (e.g., atopic dermatitis), and also inflammation of the lungs/breathing passages. It has also been used for symptoms of menopausal disorders. Borage seed also naturally supplies the nutritionally important fatty Gamma-Linoleic acid (GLA), which is rarely found in foods.

Avocado Powder
Extracted from the Advocado, a fruit very low in Cholesterol and Sodium and is also a good source of dietary fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Folate. The avocado has other important advantages such as usefulness in human weight control, high nutritional density, source of major antioxidants, stroke prevention, fruit protein source, fiber source; as baby food, and other dietary benefits. Its monounsaturated fat speeds up the basal metabolic rate, as compared with saturated fat.

Pea Protein Powder
Derived from peas- a vegetable with full functional and nutritional qualities and is essentially 90 % protein and is especially rich in essential proteins. In fact, the absence of gluten, lactose or cholesterol makes it especially appropriate for a more healthy and balanced diet. It also has a high concentration of branch chain amino acids. These amino acids compensate for the common deficiencies in a vegetarian diet and are known for reducing body fat and increasing lean muscle mass. Likewise, pea protein isolate may improve nitrogen retention for muscle growth and repair. And pea protein isolate is a Non-GMO product.


Why do we need Digestive Enzymes?
No matter what we eat, all our foods are made from proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and a few other complex molecules. They each require different enzymes to break them down into amino acids, fatty acids, glucose, and other basic building blocks.

Lipase is a water-soluble enzyme and is the main enzyme responsible for breaking down fats in the human digestive system. Lipase acts to convert triglyceride substrates found in oils from food to monoglycerides and free fatty acids. Lipase enzymes have roles in the metabolism, absorption and transport of lipids (fats) throughout the body while also being important in cellular membrane funtion and health. Furthermore, lipases are involved in reduction of inflammation.

Vegetable Enzyme Blend: Vegetable Blend
The ingredients in this blend provide a rich source of carotenoids, vitamin C and folate. These vegetables contain lycopenes, sulforaphane, isothiocyanates and indole-3-carbinol which are known to strongly stimulate the body's natural detoxifying enzymes.

Inositol Hexanicotinate (IHN)
Also known as inositol niacinate, IHN is a flush-free form of niacin. Studies have reported it to be more effective than niacin in its hypocholesterolemic, antihypertensive and lipotropic effects. This inositol-bound form of niacin is slowly metabolized in the body and releases niacin over a period of time without the characteristic flush that may occur when large doses of niacin are administrated. It has been clinically tested as an effective cholesterol-lowering agent and is found to be slightly more effective than niacin to lower blood cholesterol levels.

Nattokinase is a potent fibrinolytic enzyme extracted and highly purified from a traditional Japanese food called Natto. Natto is a fermented cheese-like food that has been used in Japan for over 1000 years for its popular taste and as a folk remedy for heart and vascular diseases including the lowering of blood pressure.

Sesame Seed Powder
Sesame ingestion has been shown to improve blood lipids and antioxidative ability. Results from ingesting sesame also suggest that it can benefit postmenopausal women.


Why antioxidants?
Antioxidants are intimately involved in the prevention of cellular damage -- the common pathway for a variety of diseases. The synergistic blending of these antioxidants in this formula help to create and even more effective product.

Co Q 10
Discovered in 1957, CoQ-10 plays a crucial role in producing energy in cells. And it acts as a powerful antioxidant, meaning that it helps neutralize cell-damaging molecules called free radicals. Manufactured by all cells in the body, CoQ-10 is also found in small amounts in foods, notably meat and fish. CoQ-10 is one of many substances in the body that tend to decline as people age or develop certain diseases (such as some cardiac conditions, Parkinson’s disease, and asthma). Some drugs, including certain cholesterol-lowering statins, beta-blockers, and antidepressants, can reduce CoQ-10 levels in the body. While not approved for any therapeutic use in the U.S., CoQ-10 is an accepted treatment for cardiovascular disease in Japan.

Grape Seed Extract
A natural plant substance that has a concentrated source of oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC). These anti-oxidants help protect cells from free radical damage and also promotes healthy circulation. Grape Seed Extract is rich in polyphenols, a compound that's high in antioxidants. Studies have shown OPC to be more powerful antioxidants than vitamin C, E, and beta-carotene.

Pine Bark Extract
Pine bark extract helps to protect cells from free radical damage and may have enhanced immune function and may help with other chronic conditions.

Cranberry Extract Powder
Cranberries contain a gold-standard of active cranberry flavonoids, polyphenols and organic acids that provide high-ORAC antioxidant capacity. Scientists have been studying many of the healthy compounds in cranberries. Aside from traditional or folk-medicine applications such as the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections, or the prevention of kidney stones, recent studies have suggested that the phytonutrients present in cranberries could also be useful in prevention of gastric ulcers, oral infection and the formation of dental placques.

Citrus bioflavonoids
While they are not considered essential nutrients, some flavonoids support health by strengthening capillaries and other connective tissue, and some function as antiinflammatory, antihistaminic, and antiviral agents. As antioxidants, some flavonoids protect LDL ("bad") cholesterol from oxidative damage.

Serrapeptase, technically called Serrato Peptidase, is a proteolytic enzyme, which means that it chops up or digests protein. It is produced by bacteria in the gut of silkworms and is used to digest their cocoons. When this enzyme is isolated and coated in the form of a tablet, it has been shown to act as an anti-inflammatory and a pain-blocker, much like aspirin, ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti-inflamitory drugs (NSAIDs). What’s more, preliminary research indicates that Serrapeptase may even help inhibit plaque build-up in arteries, thereby preventing atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and a resulting heart attack or stroke. Unlike aspirin and other over-the-counter (OTC) NSAIDs, it has not been shown to cause ulcers and stomach bleeding.

Research shows that due to astaxanthin's potent antioxidant activity, it may be beneficial in cardiovascular, immune, anti-inflammatory, and neurodegenerative diseases. Astaxanthin has 100-500 times the antioxidant capacity of Vitamin E and 10 times the antioxidant capacity of beta-carotene. Many laboratory studies also indicate astaxanthin is a stronger antioxidant than lutein, lycopene and tocotrienols.

Olive Fruit Extract
In his latest book, The Perricone Prescription, Dr. Nicholas Perricone dedicates a section to olive oil and refers specifically to hydroxytyrosol as its rare and most potent protective antioxidant. Dr. Perricone states that hydroxytyrosol slows the aging process in the skin by stabilizing the cell plasma membrane. He recommends daily olive oil ingestion for soft, shiny hair and strong nails.

Pomegranate Extract
A native plant of Northern Africa, it is cultivated widely throughout Southeast Asia and Malaysia. In ancient times, the Greeks and Egyptians used pomegranate to heal many ailments. Writings about the pomegranate date back as far as 1550 BC in the Papyrus Ebers of Egypt. It was considered the fruit of the gods and regarded as a symbol of fertility due to its round shape and abundant seeds. Recently, scientific discoveries indicate that pomegranates have benefits transcending symbolism including antioxidant and anti-viral activity. In 1996, a University of Nottingham research team in Pennsylvania learned that pomegranate extract could destroy several viruses nearly on contact. Also, after years of independent studies, it finally was proven that pomegranate extract boosts sun protection topically and internally.

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