The Pros of Proancynol 2000

The oxidative stress created by free radicals can cause harm to your body’s organs, tissues and cells, right down to your DNA. Each of these out-of-control molecules is missing an electron, which can be replaced only by the presence of antioxidants.

The finest food sources of antioxidants are plant-based meals that include a variety of fruits and vegetables. And Proancynol 2000 delivers a super supplemental source of these vital, free radical scavengers in a potent combination of seven antioxidant-laced ingredients.

Selenium is a trace mineral that appears in the formulation as L-selenomethionine. Oxidative stress is linked to cognitive dysfunction, and a selenium deficiency is associated with an increased risk of cognitive decline.

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC) acts as a precursor for the essential amino acid L-cysteine and the king of antioxidants glutathione, the body’s production of which decreases with age. NAC gives super support to the immune system, enhancing the production of its protective T cells.

Alpha-Lipoic Acid (ALA) is an organosulfur‐containing compound that provides antioxidant activity, particularly for neutralizing the highly reactive oxygen and nitrogen species of free radicals. Interestingly enough, supplementing with ALA is more effective at increasing its presence in cells and plasma than consuming food sources.

Rounding out the ingredients in Proancynol 2000 are the extracts of Green Tea Leaf, Rosemary Leaf, Grape Seed and Tomato. These antioxidant-rich extracts contain a wealth of polyphenols, oligomeric proanthocyanidins, diterpenes, carnosol, carnosic acid and lycopene, releasing potent protection against oxidative stress.

Published by The AIM Companies

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