PERQUE REPAIR GUARD: UNIQUE NUTRIENTS FOR CELLULAR REPAIR
The colorful pigments in plants protect them from free-radical damage, among other functions. Lower rates of autoimmune, heart, vascular as well as cancer are typically found in populations that consume higher levels of flavonoids and flavanols.*
1. Quercetin dihydrate is a yellow-green flavonoid from the sacred Saphora Japonica tree that, in its soluble, monomeric, low molecular weight (LMW) form, helps reduce allergic and inflammatory responses by promoting repair and stabilizing delicate cell membranes.* Research confirms anti-viral and antioxidant benefits from the form uniquely used in PERQUE Repair Guard.*
2. Pomegranate fruit (Punica granatum) possesses the following properties:
Pomegranate juice contains polyphenols, tannins and anthocyanins that have anti-atherosclerotic properties.* The new PERQUE Repair Guard uses the purest organic pomegranate juice powder to ensure that these benefits are packed into the product.
3. OPCs: Orthoproanthocyanidins are known collectively as OPCs. PERQUE Repair Guard's OPCs can be absorbed into cell membranes, protecting against both fat- and water-soluble free radicals.* OPCs are also able to cross the blood-brain barrier and protect the brain against oxidative stress and free-radical damage.* Because OPCs are so diverse, they deliver synergistic antioxidant benefits with vitamins C or E.* In addition, OPCs quench the free radicals involved in inflammation and allergies. They also enhance the effectiveness of the body's natural killer cells and boost the body's natural anti-cancer defenses.*
EACH tabsule of REPAIR GUARD contains:
As a dietary supplement, take 1 to 12 tabsules daily, or as directed by your health professional.
Available in 90 and 180 tabsules containers.
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