Pangea, dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline capsules
Dietary PANGEA, dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline supplement
Vegan capsules with dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline, vitamin B6 and vitamin B2. Choline contributes to maintaining normal liver function and normal lipid metabolism.
General information and characteristics of PANGEA, dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline
The liver is the largest organ in our body and essentially performs the following three vital functions:
Detoxification function: All toxic substances, including chemicals, environmental toxins, heavy metals and alcohol, must be broken down by the liver.
Metabolic function: This includes the formation of amino acids and the production of bile acid, which plays an important role in the digestion of fats. In addition, sugar is synthesized in the liver to form glycogen (liver starch), stored and converted back to glucose when there is an increased energy requirement.
Storage function: The liver stores micronutrients such as vitamins A, B12 and D as well as the iron required for oxygen transport. These important health-promoting properties of the liver can be compromised when we stress it, consciously or unconsciously.
Pangeacontains a valuable combination of extracts from dandelion, curcuma longa, bitter melon, artichokes, black pepper and the micronutrients choline, vitamin B6 and vitamin B2.
The dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), with its distinctively toothed leaves and bright yellow flowers, originally comes from the temperate latitudes of Eurasia, but is now widespread worldwide. Its bitter substances are considered to be important ingredients.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a tropical plant native to India and Southeast Asia. Curcuma has also been widespread in Europe since the early Middle Ages. The curcuminoids are considered to be the relevant ingredients of turmeric.
The bitter melon (Momordica charantia) is a tropical plant species. Its fruits have been valued as food and medicinal plants in Asia for many centuries. Bitter melon contains relatively large amounts of vitamin C, iron and other micronutrients.
The artichoke (Cynara scolymus) originated in the Middle East. Artichoke hearts are considered a culinary delicacy. In addition, artichoke leaves are used for teas and extracts. Polyphenols and flavonoids are responsible for their nutritional importance.
Black pepper (Piper nigrum) originally comes from the forests of southern India. The fruits of the black pepper are not always black but can also have other colors depending on when they are harvested. The alkaloid piperine is responsible for the spiciness of pepper. In addition to its importance as a spice, black pepper is also used as a medicinal plant.
Choline is a vitamin B-like substance that used to be called vitamin B4. The body's own substance got its name from the ancient Greek word cholé (bile). In recent years, nutritionists have recognized the great importance of choline for human health: choline contributes to maintaining normal liver function and normal lipid metabolism.
Vitamin B6 helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. In addition, vitamin B6 contributes to a normal protein and glycogen metabolism and to a normal function of the immune system.
Vitamin B2 contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism, the maintenance of normal skin and normal red blood cells.
PANGEA, dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline dietary supplements. The recommended daily consumption must not be exceeded.
Dietary supplements PANGEA, dandelion, turmeric, bitter melon, artichoke, black pepper, choline are not a substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
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