Clinical data shows that GliSODin may:
- Reduce cellular oxidative damage
- Support cellular antioxidant defences
- Help maintain healthy blood vessels and cardiovascular health
Serving Type: Vegetable Cellulose Capsule (suitable for vegetarians)
Derived from a specially bred, high antioxidant strain of French Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo), GliSODin® boosts the body’s first line of defence against harmful free radicals. Excessive free radicals are a major factor in ageing, inflammation and illness. By stimulating the body’s innate antioxidant defences, GliSODin® may help reduce cellular oxidative damage.
GliSODin® provides a safe, effective and unique strategy for enhancing natural cellular defences which are known to decline during illness or with ageing. Clinical trials show that GliSODin® pro-motes health and wellbeing by boosting circulating levels of antioxidant defences and helping re-duce oxidative damage
GliSODin® is a double-patented Cucumis melo melon extract combined with a small amount of gliadin biopolymer. GliSODin’s® Nutrigenomic property is uniquely conferred by the presences of this gliadin biopolymer. This gliadin protects GliSODin® from gastric degradation.
Made in Australia under license from Laboratories ISOCELL NUTRA; GliSODin® is the result of ex-tensive and ongoing research by a group of French scientists dedicated to ageing research, espe-cially as it relates to oxidative stress.
Only products bearing this GliSODin® logo may claim to be genuine GliSODin products.
Each capsule contains:
Cucumis melo juice powder
3.325mg (equiv. 3.325g fruit powder)
This product contains gluten as an essential component.
GliSODin® does not contain palm oil. GliSODin® is GMO free.
NOTE: This product contains genuine trademarked GliSODin® as developed by Laboratories ISO-CELL NUTRA and used as the bioactive material in a number of clinical trials. Quantity of active ingredient is expressed differently according local regulatory requirements.
Adults: Take one capsule twice daily, or as directed by your Health Care Practitioner. Best taken at least 15 minutes before or 2 hours after food.
Each capsule only contains 8.3mg gliadin (a component of gluten), equivalent to the gluten content of a tiny breadcrumb.
Store below 30°C in a dry place.
May be refrigerated
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