RISE + REVIVE + BALANCE BUNDLE
- helps to create a good immunity (folic acid, vitamin C, iron, vitamin B12, vitamin D, selenium, zinc)
- activates the natural energy in the body (vitamin B12, vitamin B2, vitamin C, iron)
- contributes to the reduction of fatigue (vitamin B3)
- supports the natural resistance to stress (zinc)
- helps to create mental resilience and supports a normal mental performance (vitamin B1)
- helps with the protection of healthy body cells and tissues (selenium)
- helps to combat free radicals and its damage done in the cells (selenium)
- helps to support a normal skin, hair and nail growth, and can be seen as skincare from the inside out (vitamin B3, Selenium, Zinc)
- supports the growth of red bloodcells (vitamin C, B12, folic acid and iron)
- with buffered vitamin C which is more gentle for your stomach
- supports a normal hormonal activity (vitamin B6)
- plays an important role + has a positive effect on the functioning of the nervous system (vitamin B6)
- has a positive effect on the mental resilience (vitamin B6)
- has a positive effect on a person’s mood (vitamin B6)
- can help with your general feeling of fitness (vitamin B6)
- can help with fatigue (vitamin B6)
- supports the detoxifying effect of the liver and the body (milk thistle)
- postive effects on physical and mental health (maca)
- helps in mentally stressful times (maca)
- Dandelion: People use the leaves, stem, flower, and root of the dandelion for medicinal purposes. It is used to help treat ailments for several centuries. A lot of these ailments are related to blood pressure, weight, and stress.
1 serving of REVIVE provides the same antioxidant capacity as in 2,5 servings of fruit and vegetables. This equivalence has been built on the reference of the most consumed fruit and vegetables in Mediterranean countries: tomato, apple, banana, orange and carrot.
Anti oxidants versus free radicals
The body is under constant attack from oxidative stress caused by free radicals.This causes damage to cells, proteins and DNA. Substances that generate free radicals can be found in the food we eat, the medicines we take, the air we breathe and the water we drink, according to the Huntington’s Outreach Project for Education at Stanford University. These substances include fried foods, alcohol, tobacco smoke, pesticides and air pollutants.