Apple Polyphenol Extract (95% Phloridzin, 70% Polyphenols)
Supports Cellular Health*
Healthy Weight Management*
Supports Healthy Cholesterol*
Apple skin polyphenols are a type of antioxidant that help support healthy healing.
What are Apple Polyphenols?
Apple skin polyphenols can be found in apple skins. Our advancement in technology has enabled us to extract the polyphenols from apple skins, which is then transformed into health supplements. Past and on-going studies indicate that apple polyphenols could be the ultimate support to a myriad of ailments. So far, over 8,000 different polyphenols have been identified.
How could Apple Skin Polyphenols Support My Health?
This super substance found in apple skins has essential health benefits that cannot be ignored. Some research suggests that Apple Skin Polyphenols may provide antioxidant support, cardiovascular health, blood sugar management, cognitive health, healthy hair growth, skin health and energy support.
- Healthy Cell Support. It has been discovered that apple polyphenols are effective at supporting healthy cells. This is good news, because a study conducted by the National Cancer Institute shows that an estimated 40% of all men and women are likely to experience cancer in their lifetime . A number of researchers have also provided support for apple polyphenols in the benefits they provide for promoting healthy cells . Their antioxidant properties helps support DNA health. Radical DNA damage has been linked to the development of cancer. Intake of apple polyphenols also supports cells natural proceses in removal of waste. This helps reduce DNA damage . The formation of tumor blood vessels and tumor cell invasion is linked to cancer .*
Cardiovascular Health. Poor cardiovascular health is a leading cause of death for both men and women. For instance, in the United States, 1 in every 4 deaths is a result of poor cardiovascular health. In most cases, the clumping of platelets is the major cause of heart attacks. Apple polyphenols help to support healthy platelet health which could be described as staying separated, improves the functionality of cells present in both our arteries and veins.
A strong link can also be found between oxidative stress and hypertension . A combination of dietary flavonoids supports healthy blood pressure. The antioxidant property of polyphenols may help by supporting healthy vascular endothelial growth.*
- Blood Sugar. In the United States alone, 29 million people are affected by blood sugar issues. Both animal and human studies have shown that apple polyphenols have the ability to support stable blood sugar and cell metabolism. They also aid in insuIin support . The intake of apple polyphenols helps in the long run as it can support long-term health for blood sugar and cardio health.*
Brain Health. Dementia that affects an estimated 5 million Americans. In the United States, recent research has discovered that almost half a million people die from Alzheimer's related deaths every year. This makes it the third leading cause of death after cancer and heart disease. Diets that are rich in polyphenols (e.g. apples and polyphenol supplements) help to improve our memory and cognitive processes associated in normal healthy aging .
They also play a great role in supporting brain health. Mechanisms through which polyphenols exert their neuroprotective abilities include metal chelation, modulation of enzyme activity in the brain, protection through antioxidant abilities and the effect on neuro-signalling pathways .*
Hair And Skin HealthA section of the male population has long suffered from premature balding. However, studies have shown that apple polyphenols have a cosmetic benefit in encouraging hair health and supporting otimal healthy hair growth  by stimulating the regrowth cycle of hair.
For skin health, apple polyphenols help ensure that your skin remains protected. The substance in apples that helps strengthen the skin of the apple against sunlight and other types of contaminants and to remain relatively soft and pleasing to the eye may offer similar benefits for human skin.*
- Energy. Apple polyphenols have an energy giving feature. Everyone needs energy to efficiently perform daily tasks. On that note, it would be advisable to add apple polyphenol supplements to your meals. Experiments on a few individuals indicate that intake of apple polyphenols supports muscle strength, and within a short time period.*
- Healthy Organ Fat. Obesity is a common problem worldwide. It is especially prevalent in urban areas where people consume more fast food that is high in saturated fats. However, did you know that apple polyphenols can help support healthy organ fat? Apple polyphenols may support healthy fat levels in organs while at the same time boosting the metabolism of useful fats . This supports cardiovascular health while at the same time helping to maintain a healthy body.*
Suggested Usage / Dosage
There is an old adage that goes, 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away' and this is ultimately true. The evidence from tons of studies have proven that the polyphenols in apples have plenty of benefits and it would be wise to include these supplements into our daily lives. Although eating raw apples help, they are not as effective as our concentrated extract in achieving the above health benefits. Raw apples contain other elements and vitamins that may dilute the content of polyphenols in your body. Others who avoid eating apple skins will also miss out on this important substance. Our supplements are readily-packed and will help boost your overall health.
Ideal Storage Conditions
Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
2 years from Date of Manufacture.
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