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Glisodin

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Glisodin 250mg 30 capsules

Oxygen is one of the most important elements for life in the animal kingdom particularly for humans. As oxygen and other compounds are broken down to be utilised by the body, molecules become unbalanced, creating “free radicals” or “oxidants.” When free radicals or oxidants are produced in excess, cells may suffer from oxidative stress. One of the most harmful of these free radicals is the superoxide molecule. Fortunately, compounds called antioxidants and in particular Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) have the ability to rapidly quench the superoxide molecule. This important role thereby helps to reduce the harmful effects of free radical damage and oxidative stress of free radical damage and oxidative stress.

The body’s antioxidant supply can be classified into two groups:

Primary antioxidants are made by the body, thus internally provided. This internal antioxidant defense system includes Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), Catalase and Glutathione Peroxidase (Gpx), which are the first, and most powerful, line of defence against oxidative stress. SOD not only prevents the multiplication of the superoxide molecule but it also partakes in the production of Catalase and Gpx to quench other free radicals.

Secondary antioxidants are exterally provided from dietary sources, such as vitamins (vitamins A, C and E), minerals (selenium, zinc, copper and manganese) and other substances, including polyphenols found in grapes and green tea. Some of the minerals can be utilised by the body to form a part of the SOD molecule.

Why Choose BEYOND PURE GliSODin?

* is the UK's first GliSODin product
* is the first orally effective vegetarian form of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)
* provides a therapeutic dose of 250mg of GliSODin per serving
* has been extensively scientifically researched
* is in an organic base of Alfalfa
* is delivered in Trufil* Vegetarian Capsules
* is suitable for vegetarians

Benefits of Glisodin 30 capsules

Scientifically Proven Benefits of Taking Glisodin

* is an Antioxidant Primer
* fights the ageing process
* reduces oxidative stress
* supports the immune system
* is an Anti-Ageing Catalyst

Allergen Statement:
This product is free from artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, contains no sugar, no starch and is free from common allergens yeast, wheat, corn, soy and milk.

Caution:
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers,children under the age of 18 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplements.

Directions for use for Glisodin

Take two capsules daily before breakfast for 4 weeks followed by one capsule daily to maintain high antioxidant levels in the body.

Ingredients for Glisodin

GliSODin® (Cucumus melo - 100% whole fruit freeze-dried melon juice naturally rich in SOD), Gliadin (Triticum vulgare wheat extract), Maltodextrin) 250mg, Alfalfa (organic) 50mg, Vegetable Cellulose