Multigen® Vitamin Formula
The sunshine vitamin! For everyday wellbeing, whatever the weather.
Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin D called cholecalciferol, that’s essential for maintaining healthy bones,muscles,supporting the immune system and helping the body absorb calcium — which helps to support normal muscle function.
- Helps your immune system
- Supports normal bones and muscles
Vitamin B6 contributes to normal metabolism of nutrients such as protein. It also supports the formation of red blood cells and contributes to normal function of the immune system.
Vitamin B6 can be found in chickpeas, salmon, tuna, green/leafy vegetables, chicken, nuts, seeds and whole-grains.
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism
- Vitamin B6 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal red blood cell formation
Vitamin B12 has a number of benefits, including contributing to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue; contributing to normal red blood cell formation; contributing to normal function of the immune system and contributing to normal energy yielding metabolism.
Vitamin B12 is found in Shellfish, Liver, Mackerel and Milk.
- Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Contributes to normal red blood cell formation
- Contributes to normal function of the immune system
- Contributes to normal psychological function
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Weight Loss Support Formula
Nature’s bioavailability enhancing thermonutrient, Capsicum is extracted from the fruit of the Piper Nigrum L (Black Pepper).
Capsicum is believed to benefit gastric health by protecting the stomach from irritating substances. This contributes to weight management by stimulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism, reducing caloric intake and increasing energy expenditure. Capsicum may also be used to aid thermogenesis, the production of heat in organisms to prevent heat loss.
Piperine is an extract of black pepper. Various research papers have identified it's role in bioavailability and it is known to aid the body when it comes to absorbing other vital nutrients, which helps boost the effects of the other ingredients in Xdralean®.
- Improves to digestive functions and intestinal health.
- Aids Weight Loss
- Stimulates the taste buds when we chew food, indicating to the stomach that food has arrived. This stimulates an increase in gastric secretions of hydrochloric acid in the stomach which improves digestion.
- Black Pepper is also thought to aid cleansing of the skin by supporting blood circulation through fine blood vessels and capillaries.
- Contains antimicrobial properties to support the immune system.
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Chromium Picolinate is colloquially known as Chromium (Cr). Chromium is a mineral, classed as an essential trace element because very small amounts of Chromium are critical for human health.
Chromium aids the maintenance of blood glucose concentrations by playing a role in the formation of the glucose tolerance factor (GTF), an organic complex that regulates glucose uptake in cells. Higher cellular glucose concentrations provide optimal conditions for energy production, particularly in the muscles. Chromium Picolinate also supports the metabolism of macronutrients (carbohydrates, fat and protein).
- Contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels
- Contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism
- Essential trace mineral
Green Tea is extracted from the Camellia sinensis plant, a plant that has been used for traditional medicine by Chinese people for millennia. The word Sinensis roughly translates to 'from China' where it is thought that the plant originates from, although evidence suggests that the plant may even originate from Vietnam, India and Thailand. The plant is a shrub that grows white, scented flowers. Although the shrubs can grow up to 6m tall, they are often cultivated to 2m for ease of harvest. Green Tea plantations often appear to be dense and compact because the leaves grow in tight clusters.
Unlike black tea, Green Tea remains unprocessed, hence it's colour and name. The substance is thought to have been used for over 5,000 years, however nowadays the product is used as a natural source of caffeine.
Tea has gained the name of 'superfood' due to its vast traditional nutritional benefits. Firstly, Green Tea is historically used to invigorate the body, reducing feelings of fatigue. Secondly, Green Tea contains catechins which are thought to contribute to weight loss via the maintenance of fat metabolism and its support of thermogenesis, the process of heat production.
- 95% Polyphenols
- 45% EGCG content
- 70% Catechins
- Typically used pre-workout
Glucomannan (Konjac) is a form of water soluble fibre sourced from the rhizomes of the Amorphophalli Konjac plant, generally found in South-East Asia. It has been shown to contribute to weight loss in the context of an energy restricted diet.
- Contributes to weight loss in the context of an energy restricted diet*
- Contributes to maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels*
- Clinically proven to support Weight Loss*
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Guarana increases alertness and concentration.
Guarana is a climbing plant from the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. The plant produces a fruit which contains the important seeds used for their naturally occurring caffeine. The caffeine found in guarana is actually called guaranine; but it is identical to caffeine.
- Improves alertness and concentration