NanoVite Life is a powerful antioxidant blend that provides whole body cellular support. The next generation delivery method ensures maximum bio-availability of the critical nutrients your body needs. NanoVite Life is an all natural product that can help with your endurance, energy, recovery, skin, eyes, brain, and immune system. The power of liposomes are harnessed to bring nutrients straight to your cells. NanoVite Life is a powerful blend of glutathione, astaxanthin, vitamin A, vitamin C, aloe vera and ginger. If you are looking for a product that can help on a cellular level, try NanoVite Life!
Glutathione: Powerful Detoxer
Known as the “master antioxidant”, glutathione is essential for good health, and it affects how other antioxidants and vitamins work in your body. Glutathione is produced naturally in the body, and other antioxidants (including vitamin E and vitamin C) depend on glutathione to function. Glutathione may reverse and repair the damages caused by oxidative stress, and help strengthen the immune system, making us less susceptible to disease.
Helps With Environmental Toxins
Our modern environment exposes us to toxins at every turn, and they take a toll on our bodies. We are exposed to pesticides through the foods we eat, and heavy metals through our water, workplaces, food, and more. Cigarette smoke can pollute the air we breathe, as can countless numbers of cars and factories pumping exhaust into the air. Glutathione works to bind to these toxins and helps remove them. Through aging, our bodies drop in natural glutathione levels, even by up to 10 percent a decade! Our bodies have to work overtime to clear all of toxins and our glutathione stores can become depleted. We need this master antioxidant to clear oxidative stress, so supplementation is necessary.
Why Pills Don’t Work
So you know how important glutathione is, now how are you going to get it into your body, to those cells that need it the most? Unfortunately, glutathione in capsule form is virtually worthless, and you might as well throw away your money. As soon as they hit your digestive system, enzymes break them down leaving little to no glutathione available for your cells. How can you get glutathione to your cells? Liposomes are the answer!
How Liposomal Glutathione Helps
What happens to the body when it is under oxidative stress? Toxins in the body can build up and leave us susceptible to disease. Glutathione helps the body to clear those toxins, and fight disease. Glutathione in research trials showed to be promising in helping the symptoms of diabetes (7). Glutathione gives the body antioxidant defense helps with nutrient metabolism, and combats oxidative stress. This could mean glutathione could help combat aging (1) and the development of many diseases including : seizures, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease (6), liver disease, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, heart attacks, and strokes (8). Glutathione is critical for immune function (9), and could help your body have a better defense against disease. Glutathione is a heavy metal detoxer (3) and is vital to mitochondrial function and maintenance of mitochondrial DNA (4). Glutathione not only protects the body from toxins (5) but it reduces inflammation (2), both of which can lead to disease and premature aging.
Vitamin C: Cellular Health
WE DON’T MAKE VITAMIN C IN OUR BODIES, BUT WE NEED IT.
Vitamin C is relatively unstable, poorly absorbed, and easily excreted from the body. But we need vitamin C to fight disease (10), for collagen synthesis, and the biosynthesis of certain hormones. Our modern diets don’t provide enough vitamin C, and we also have to worry about GMO foods, the additional cost of organic foods, and our exposure to 2.1 million unique toxins every day (11). How can we get the vitamin C that our bodies need? LIPOSOMES are the answer! Scientific studies have shown that liposomes increase the bioavailability of supplements up to 460%, so your cells can get the vitamin C they need (12).
Evidence links oxidative stress with neurodegeneration, positioning redox imbalance, and ROS as a cause of neurodegeneration. Ascorbic acid is a key antioxidant of the central nervous system. The brain is dependent on antioxidants for protection, and oxidative damage can lead to the formation of diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Levels of ascorbic acid in the brain are essential for brain development: are your kids getting enough vitamin C?
BROAD SPECTRUM BENEFITS OF VITAMIN C
Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients, experts say. It’s said to help prevent more serious complications brought on by the common cold. The benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling (13). A significant portion of the American population, and even greater numbers of European populations, including children, are deficient or depleted in vitamin C (14).
HOW CAN VITAMIN C HELP YOU?
Vitamin C is necessary for brain health, fighting inflammation, the health of your cells, and to combat aging. Oxidative damage found in the brain is linked to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. vitamin C is also crucial for healthy brain development (15): are your kids getting enough vitamin C? Multiple studies have shown the anti-inflammatory effects that vitamin C has on a cellular level (16), and because vitamin C is a low molecular weight antioxidant, it is critical to the defense of cells by reducing the debilitating effects of oxidation and inflammation (17). Part of the reason that we age poorly, is that the gland responsible for producing the immune system fortifying T-Cells, the thymus, starts declining after puberty (20)! Vitamin C is a powerful and important antioxidant, and scientists from the Scripps Research Institute found a connection between normal immune function and antioxidants, and vitamin C and the protection of the thymus. By protecting the thymus, vitamin C can help the elderly fight the ravages of age-related illnesses (21).
Astaxanthin: Antioxidant Power
Astaxanthin is the pigment that brings the dark red color to vegetables, dark leafy greens, and wild salmon. This powerful antioxidant has been researched for its role in preventing the cellular damage that causes disease. Not only does it fight free radical damage, it can also protect cells.
Astaxanthin may help to combat cardiovascular disease by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress (24). LDL, the “bad cholesterol”, increases the risk of atherosclerosis but astaxanthin may help increase blood levels of HDL, “good cholesterol” and prevent the inflammation associated with coronary heart disease (24).
It is also great for your skin, and reduced fine lines and wrinkles in clinical trials as well as improved skin elasticity (26). Astaxanthin was first studied as a topical sunscreen (it functions as a natural sunscreen for marine plants), until researchers began to realize that it could protect the body from the inside out.
Astaxanthin is being studied in relation to protecting against neurological diseases (25). The protective properties of astaxanthin are related to the anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, and combats death and aging of cells (25). Astaxanthin passes through the blood brain barrier as a neuroprotective agent and could help improve cognitive function and cognitive disorders.
NanoVite Life Combines The Power of Glutathione, Astaxanthin, and Vitamin C!
We take these three incredibly powerful agents and add in vitamins A and C, aloe vera, and ginger for a formula that delivers nutrition and healing at the cellular level! If you are looking for to support brain health, sleep better, and feel better, you need the power of NanoVite Life! Our liposomal technology increases bioavailability of all of these supplements, making NanoVite Life far superior to traditional supplements. Feel better, live better with NanoVite Life!
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