THERATRUM COMPLETE 50 PLUS
• Providing vitamin; minerals essential to maintaining the health of people over age 50.
Packing: Bottle 100 tablets
Functional foods: THERATRUM COMPLETE 50 PLUS certification has been granted appropriate announced food safety regulations in Vietnam.
Products are manufactured at the company NATIONAL VITAMIN COMPANY.
OBJECTS OF USE:
• People over 50 years of poor health, difficulty eating, sleeping problems need nourishment.
• People over age 50 want to maintain overall health.
• 1 tablet daily, served with a meal.
NOTE: This product is not a medicine and replacing ineffective medicines.
Distributor: LYNH FARMA CO., LTD.
49A30 Phan Dang Luu Street, Ward 7, Phu Nhuan District, HCMC.
Tel: +84 8 3510 87 57 Fax: +84 8 3510 87 56
Vitamin A (including 71% and 29% Beta Carotene Acetate) 3500 IU, Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) 60mg, Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol as) 400 IU, Vitamin E (as dl-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) 45 IU, Vitamin K ( as Phytonadione) 10mcg, Thiamine (Vitamin B-1 Thiamine mononitrate as) 1.5mg, Riboflavin (vitamin B-2) 1.7mg, Niacin (as Niacinamide) 20mg, Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine HCL as) 3 mg, Folic Acid 400mcg, vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin as) 25mcg, 30mcg Biotin, Pantothenic Acid (as calcium pantothenate) 10mg, Calcium (from Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Phosphate) 200mg, Phosphorus (from Calcium Phosphate) 48mg, Iodine (Potassium Iodide from) 150mcg, magnesium (from Magnesium Oxide) 100mg, Zinc (from Zinc Oxide) 15mg, Selenium (from Sodium Selenate) 20mcg, Copper (from Copper Sulfate) 2mg, Manganese (Manganese Sulfate from) 2mg, Chromium (from Chromium Chloride) 150mcg, Molybdenum (from sodium molybdate) 75mcg, Chloride (Potassium Chloride from) 72mg, Potassium (from Potassium Chloride) 80mg, Silicon (Silicon Dioxide from) 2mg, 300mcg Lycopene, Lutein 250 microg, Boron (sodium Borate and Potassium from Borate) 150mcg, Vanadium (from sodium Metavanadate) 10mcg, nickle (from nickelous Sulfate) 5mcg.
Vitamin A: essential for vision, tissues, bones and immune system. In addition, vitamin A is also capable of anti-aging and prevent some cancers.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C anti-oxidization, forming collagen and waste thrown as CO, SO2 from the body.
Vitamin D2: Micronutrient impact on the generation of bone and calcium absorption in the small intestine.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E helps prevent oxidation, nourish hair, skin and tissue regeneration. In addition, vitamin E also slows the aging process of the body when you step over the age of 30.
Vitamin K1: can help reduce bleeding in a few cases such as liver disease, suffer from poor absorption or antibiotics for a long time. The main role of vitamin K is to help blood clotting process goes well and limit the amount of blood lost when injured. If the body is deficient in vitamin K, your blood will not clot and this can lead to death.
Vitamin K also can combine with calcium to help bones. Vitamin K deficiency can cause osteoporosis. Also, vitamin K can help prevent kidney stones.
Advanced age is a major cause of arteriosclerosis. Special vitamin K and phosphorus keeping calcium deposition in the aorta and effectively reverse the food is not good for the heart. Through the study the scientists showed that vitamin K seems to have the effect of stopping the process of calcification of blood vessels and rigidity.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): Effect assimilate sugar, appetite and help create energy, participate in the activities of the nervous system and heart.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): Balanced nutrition, nourish the skin and affect the ability of the eye light sensitive.
Niacin: Niacin is a vitamin that year absence in the diet of humans will cause diseases such as niacin deficiency (pellagra), vitamin C deficiency (scurvy), thiamine deficiency (beriberi), disease vitamin D deficiency (rickets), vitamin A deficiency (night blindness and other symptoms). Niacin has been used for over 50 years to increase the level of HDL in the blood and has been shown to be able to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in a number of controlled trials in humans.
Vitamin B6: Strengthening the immune system, supports the synthesis of hormones and red blood cells.
Folic acid: Folic acid is a vitamin B group in the body, it is reduced to tetrahydrofolat is coenzyme of many metabolic processes, including synthesis of purines or pyrimidine nucleotides have personnel; therefore, affect DNA synthesis. When vitamin C, folic acid is converted to leucovorin is essential for the synthesis of DNA and RNA. Folic acid is an indispensable element for the synthesis of DNA and normal erythropoiesis; Folic acid deficiency causes anemia giant like vitamin B12 deficiency anemia. Folic acid is also involved in a number of amino acid changes.
Vitamin B12: It is essential in maintaining a healthy nervous system, created DNA, red blood cells and the genetic material in cells.
Biotin: Biotin involved in the production of some important enzymes. It works very closely with pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) to form fatty acids. Biotin needed for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
It supports cell growth, helps the hair, skin, sweat glands, nerve tissue, and bone marrow healthy. It also aids in the absorption of other B vitamins and plays an important role in energy production by converting blood glucose (sugar) into energy.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5): Pantothenic acid is a vitamin group B. Like other B vitamins, this substance is very important in converting food into energy. In addition, Pantothenic Acid also works on the nervous system, the production of lipids in cell membranes and hormones.
Calcium: Calcium is one of the most common minerals and most commonly used in the human body. Approximately 99% of the calcium in the body can be found in bones and teeth. Calcium not only plays a vital role for the development of bones, but also have an important role in maintaining muscle activity, blood, transmitting nerve cells, and help moderate some hormones (hormones).
Phosphorus: In the body, phosphorus is a component of DNA and RNA, and also is an important factor in the composition of essential every cell in the body.
Iodine: Iodine plays an important role for the development of the human body. Iodine is an important micronutrient for synthesis of thyroid hormones modulate the development of the central nervous system, reproductive system development and parts of the body such as cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, skin - hair - hair - foundations, maintain energy for the body to function ...
Magnesium: Magnesium is an important mineral for the body. We are present in the composition of nearly 300 different enzymes - conditioning different functions and energy metabolism.
Zinc: Zinc stimulates the activity of enzymes and 100 support the immune system, which protects the taste, smell and necessary for the synthesis of DNA.
Selenium: Selenium may prevent metabolic disorders in the digestive system. In addition, anti-aging SELENE, participate synthetic thyroid hormone helps to eliminate toxins and heavy metals.
Copper: Copper is present in all organs in the body, but are most abundant in the liver. Copper has many important physiological functions primarily for the development of the body, such as promoting the absorption and use of iron to form hemoglobin of red blood cells. If iron deficiency swap contracts will also be affected, it will be anemic and slow growth ...
Manganese: are substances that stimulate many enzymes in the body, affects the production of sex cells, to the calcium and phosphorus metabolism in bone formation. Lack of manganese can cause neurological disorders such as paralysis, seizures ...
Chromium: Chromium is a trace element works against diabetes disease and reduce harmful cholesterol in the body. It is also a means to help prevent cardiovascular disease.
Molybdenum: To contribute to the maintenance of the activity of the enzyme
Chloride: Chloride plays an important role in electrolyte balance. Along with sodium, potassium, chloride components ensure proper water around cells and in the blood. Chloride also plays a major role in the composition of stomach acid, and so important in the digestion of food and do not destroy the beneficial bacteria.
Potassium (K): Potassium is found mainly in the cell, and plays an important role in the metabolism, participate conditioning pH buffering system of the cell.
Boron: is an important mineral. Boron helps prevent arthritis and osteoporosis.
Lutein: Lutein is a carotenoid, usually in combination with other carotenoids zeaxanthin and to prevent and improve visual disorders such as macular degeneration or to help support healthy eyesight.
Lycopene: is a powerful antioxidant carotenoid in all. Lycopene has the ability to disable singlet oxygen - a highly reactive molecules capable of causing huge damage to cells. According to age, lycopene is lost should the elderly often suffer from diseases related to oxidative as cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes ...
Silicon: Silicon is present in quantities most important muscle tissue, bone tissue and connective tissue. The number of silicon in the body decreases with age contributes to avoid deficiency of collagen, hardened by calcification of tissues, weakening of bones and bone diseases such as osteoporosis and degenerative diseases related to other.
Vanadium: Vanadium support the absorption of glucose, to facilitate the metabolism of lipids and amino acids, improves thyroid function, stabilize insulin in the blood.
Nickel: increases the absorption of iron, which prevents anemia and osteoporosis.