Alpha Lipoic Acid 150mg
RECOMMENDED FOR LIVE-WELL MECOMIN USERS
Live-well Alpha Lipoic Acid 150mg is a triple-action antioxidant which helps to protect cells, tissues and organs
from harmful free radical attack, and prevent oxidative damage that leads to various diseases and conditions.
Our body generates free radicals every day as part of normal metabolism. In addition, exposure to pollutants and chemicals as well as unhealthy lifestyle habits can also increase the amount of free radicals in the body. Alpha Lipoic Acid helps to neutralize these free radicals. However, excessive amounts of free radicals in the body, which usually occurs when we suffer from certain disease conditions, can damage our cells, tissues and organs. This leads to increased risk of other diseases and complications. Hence, having a sufficient level of Alpha Lipoic Acid is vital for prevention of unwanted diseases as well as achieving optimal health and well-being.
However, people with existing health conditions are known to have lower antioxidant levels in their body, especially Alpha Lipoic Acid. Supplementing with Alpha Lipoic Acid is therefore essential to improve the body’s capacity to strengthen the body and fight diseases. See the difference and feel even younger and stronger today!
How is Alpha Lipoic Acid different?
Alpha Lipoic Acid is a TRIPLE-ACTION ANTIOXIDANT with:
• Double Absorption Properties
Alpha Lipoic Acid is BOTH water and fat soluble, which enables it to fight against a broader range of free radicals compared to Vitamin C (water soluble) or Vitamin E (fat soluble).
• Double Protection Benefits
Alpha Lipoic Acid is rapidly absorbed and transported across cell membranes; thus free radical protection occurs both INSIDE and OUTSIDE of cells.
• Double Regenerative Action
Alpha Lipoic Acid also has the ability to regenerate and recycle other antioxidants such as Vitamins C and E, Co-enzyme Q10 and Glutathione to continue destroying free radicals.
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