Gynostemma (Gynostemma pentaphyllum), also known as Jiaogulan, has been known by the Chinese the “southern Chinese ginseng”, “five-leaves ginseng or “immortality” herb. For hundreds of years, the Chinese have been using it for pro-health properties. It contains three times as much of the active substances – saponins – as ginseng. In Chinese medicine, Jiaogulan has been known for its rejuvenating and adaptogen properties. Many say it can helps controlling the homocysteine levels in the blood, related to a higher risk of atherosclerosis. Traditionally known for helping the blood circulation and vascular pressure.
Purple carrot is an ancestor of the modern carrot. It contains more nutrients compared to regular orange carrots. Purple carrot has an exclusive and valuable anthocyanidin – cyanidin – a natural pigment found in some red berries and dark purple vegetables. This vegetable is also a source of phenols, flavonols, calcium, iron and zinc. Of particular note is the fact that its antioxidant activity is four times higher than that of red carrots.
Chromium is considered an essential trace element for humans, because it directly influences the metabolic and physiological processes. As such, chromium is a part of a molecule called chromodulin, which helps the hormone insulin perform actions in the body. Thanks to this molecular mechanism, chromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.
Chromium also aids normal macronutrient metabolism. In other words, it is important in the body’s processing of carbs, fat and protein.
Apart from its unquestioned benefits, it must be noticed that the absorption of dietary chromium in the intestines is very low, with less than 2.5 % of ingested chromium being absorbed.
In TIENS Ikan Cell Rejuvenation Capsules Extra contain improved formula of the product which additionally contain yeast enriched with chromium. The combination of yeast and chromium in a unique way blends into the formula of the product, and at the same time these two ingredients complement each other. This is particularly important for people with diabetes, as adequate glucose levels play an important role in the proper functioning of the body. In diabetic patients, there is an incomplete conversion of sugars into energy, which has a very negative effect on the nervous and circulatory systems. Therefore, it is very important to properly supplement the diet, which will perfectly complement the deficiencies of the body and thus will also affect the well-being of the body. Additionally yeast, on the other hand, has a whole range of B vitamins (and more specifically vitamins: B1, B2, B5, B6, B7 and B12), moreover, many minerals, such as: zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, selenium, chromium, and even easily digestible proteins essential in a diabetic diet.