Isotonix Essentials長青多維素 - 單盒裝(30包)

$99.95 USD

隨著年齡而增長的不只是智慧... 還有與老化相關的各種挑戰。由於人體衰老是自然規律,即便是最健康的成年人,其身體與心理都會因老化而受到影響。健康飲食是人體維持身心良好的必要營養來源,但是,每天堅持食用營養補充品也是支援最佳健康的好方法。我們在成長過程中經歷太多能量低潮期;然而,當我們漸漸老去,營養補充品可以為我們補充身體與大腦平衡所需的維生素與礦物質。Isotonix Essentials™長青多維素 能幫助您保持身體的活力,讓您優雅地老去。本產品特別調配活性抗氧化物、草本成分與多種礦物質,提供身體老化過程中所需的維生素和礦物質。我們的長青多維素配方有助支援大腦與認知健康,提供強大的抗氧化防護以及支援健康老化每日所需的營養素,也有助支援骨骼與肌肉健康。* 現在就開始積極對抗老化,用Isotonix Essentials™長青多維素捍衛您身體的年輕活力!*

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產品詳細資料

Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging長青多維素的主要好處*

Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging長青多維素的主要好處*
  • 幫助維持心血管健康
  • 促進肌肉健康和力量
  • 補充體力,提升耐力
  • 有助支援腦部/認知健康
  • 促進骨骼與肌肉健康
  • 提供高效的抗氧化防護
  • 有助維持骨骼健康
  • 提供支援健康老化的每日營養素
  • 不含麩質、小麥、黃豆、酵母、人工香精、鹽、防腐劑或奶。

Why Choose Isotonix Essentials Anti-Aging?

With age comes wisdom…and a variety of challenges associated with aging. Even the healthiest of adults are affected by the physical and mental effects of aging, because of the inherent nature of the process.

Although a healthy diet is essential to getting the nutrients the body needs to look and feel well, taking daily supplements can be a good way support optimal health. We too often accept lower energy and strength as we mature, however, supplements can add the needed vitamins and minerals to balance the demands of the body and brain as we get older.

Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging can help you maintain the vitality of your body as you gracefully move up in years. It features a dynamic, custom blend of antioxidants, botanicals and minerals designed to provide the vitamins and minerals you need as your body ages. Our Anti-Aging formula helps support brain and cognitive health, provides a strong antioxidant defense and provides daily nutrients to support healthy aging. It also helps support skeletal and muscular health.*

Combat aging today and defend your body’s youthful vigor with Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging! *

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

FAQ

What does Isotonix® mean?
Isotonix dietary supplements are delivered in an isotonic liquid solution. This means that the body has less work to do in obtaining maximum absorption. The isotonic state of the suspension allows nutrients to pass efficiently into the small intestine and be rapidly delivered into the bloodstream. With Isotonix products, little nutritive value is lost, making the absorption of nutrients highly efficient while delivering maximum results.*

Who should use Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging?
Anyone who is maturing and looking for ways to support their health through anti-aging supplementation could be recommended to take this product.*

How do I take Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging?
Pour contents of packet into a cup. Add 8 fl. oz of water into the cup and stir. Maximum absorption occurs when taken on an empty stomach.

How often should I use 
Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging?
As a dietary supplement, take once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. 

Why take Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging?
This product was specifically formulated to serve aging adults. As we age our bodies tend to become less efficient at absorbing crucial nutrients, so it's important to be sure we’re getting the right vitamins and minerals.*

How is Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging different from similar products on the market?
Unlike many other age-management supplements, Anti-Aging offers activated B vitamins, specialized SunActive Fe™ iron that is easy on the stomach and a sufficient amount of vitamin D to support bone, heart and endocrine function.*

Also, Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging complements other products you may be taking (e.g. protein, amino acids, botanicals). 

Additionally, other age management products tend to focus on one specific ingredient to carry out their anti-aging claim. With Isotonix Essentials™ Anti-Aging, multiple ingredients used add to the anti-aging benefits of the customer.*

Are there any contraindications or warnings for this product?
If you are currently using any prescription drugs, have an ongoing medical condition or are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your healthcare provider before using this product.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Isotonix Essentials Anti-Aging長青多維素的主要成分

鉀(碳酸氫鉀、氯化鉀):390毫克
富含鉀的食物包括新鮮蔬果,例如香蕉、柑橘、哈蜜瓜、酪梨、生菠菜、甘藍菜和芹菜。鉀是必要的巨量礦物質,幫助體內的體液保持平衡。鉀同時促進各種生化和生理過程。與其它礦物質一樣,鉀有助維持正常的神經脈衝,心臟、骨骼肌及平滑肌的收縮,幫助製造能量,合成核酸,以及正常的細胞內滲透壓和血壓。鉀有助正常的肌肉放鬆以及胰島素分泌。同時還可促進肝糖和蛋白質的合成。鉀是維持正常心跳的一種電解質。鉀在促進代謝的過程中促進蛋白質、脂肪及碳水化合物釋放能量。*

鉀也幫助體內的水分保持平衡。鉀促進體內廢物排除。鉀還可促進身體的自癒功能,讓身體達到圓滿健康狀態。鉀儲存於肌肉內。*


維生素
C(抗壞血酸):210毫克
維生素C又稱為抗壞血酸,屬於水溶性維生素,具有多種生物功能。維生素C存在於椒類(甜椒、青椒、紅椒、紅辣椒及青辣椒)、柑橘類水果、結球甘藍、白花菜、高麗菜、羽衣甘藍菜、芥蘭菜、芥菜、綠花菜、菠菜、番石榴、奇異果、黑醋栗及草莓。堅果類及穀類亦含有微量的維生素C。維生素C的活性營養價值很容易因烹煮而受損。 

維生素C有助正常的組織修復與癒合,以及多巴胺的生成。維生素C維護健全的免疫系統,促進心血管健康,維持正常的膽固醇值,並且提供抗氧功能。人體無法自行製造及儲存維生素C。因此維生素C必須透過飲食和營養補充品取得。*


鎂(碳酸鎂、乳酸鎂):
150毫克
富含鎂的食物包括糙米雜糧、堅果和綠色蔬菜。綠葉蔬菜含有豐富的鎂,主要是因為其葉綠素。肉類、澱粉類和牛奶的鎂含量較少。經過加工處理的精製食物一般而言鎂的含量都相當低。鎂是必要的礦物質,促進三百多種酵素正常運作,特別是那些負責製造腦內神經傳導物質的酵素。*

鎂是骨骼礦化的元素之一,促進成人體內鉀和鈣的正常代謝。鎂有助維持體內鉀、磷、鈣、腎上腺素及胰島素的正常含量。鎂也能提升鈣的調動,在細胞內輸送並且加以利用。鎂維持肌肉與神經組織的正常運作。鎂也可促進蛋白質、核酸、核苷酸、環磷酸腺苷、血脂以及碳水化合物的正常合成。*

鎂幫助能量釋放,維持正常的體溫調節,促進健全的神經功能,協助身體適應壓力,並且維護正常的新陳代謝。鎂可與鈣一同作用,維護正常的血壓。鎂、鈣及維生素D三者共同維持骨骼健康。鎂協助維持正常的血小板活動,因此有助促進健康的心血管功能,以及維持正常的膽固醇指數。*

鎂維護其他數種新陳代謝的途徑,包括骨骼、蛋白質和脂肪酸的形成、維生素B的活化、肌肉放鬆、凝血功能以及三磷酸腺苷的形成。*


鈣(乳酸鈣、碳酸鈣、硫酸鈣):
132毫克
鈣質存在於牛奶、乳酪、優格、墨西哥玉米餅、大白菜、羽衣甘藍和綠花椰菜中。鈣質是重要的礦物質,具有多項生化功能。鈣質主要是以氫氧基磷灰石的形式(Ca10 (PO4)6 (OH) 2)存在於骨骼之中。氫氧基磷灰石大約佔骨骼重量40%。骨骼在結構上明顯需要鈣質。骨骼也能儲存鈣質。鈣質是構成骨骼與牙齒的要素,同時促進正常的肌肉收縮、神經傳導及心血管健康,有助能量的生成,維護正常的免疫功能。*

要維持骨骼密度及健康的牙齒與骨骼,每天必須補充足量的鈣質。若沒有每日攝取足夠的鈣質,身體會從骨骼中吸取鈣質,進而造成骨質流失。*

 

血液中鈣質的含量是由PTH(副甲狀腺荷爾蒙)調節。體內充足的鈣質可維護停經後婦女的心血管健康,並維持正常的膽固醇指數。缺乏鈣質會導致骨骼質量降低。*


輔酵素Q1060毫克
輔酵素Q10屬於泛醌類物質,是一種脂溶性的蠟狀物質,為呼吸鏈的一部分。它在細胞內合成,參與粒線體的電子傳輸與能量生成,約佔人體必需總能量生成的95%。在細胞組織系統中,輔酵素Q10以腺苷三磷酸的形式協助從氧氣中產生能量。輔酵素Q10能清除自由基,具有抗氧化功效。粒線體和細胞膜中的抗氧活動能保護脂質細胞膜,免受過氧化反應的傷害。*輔酵素Q10存在於菠菜、花椰菜、堅果、肉類與魚類中。在人體中需要大量的能量的器官,如心臟、肝臟、腎臟、脾臟和胰臟,其細胞含有最高濃度的輔酵素Q10。補充輔酵素Q10可能最有益於成年人,因為輔酵素Q10在身體中的濃度會於20歲左右達到頂峰,之後便會逐年下降。

維生素B6(鹽酸吡哆醇,5-磷酸吡哆醛):22.8毫克
磷酸吡哆醛是活性的維生素B6。維生素B6的主要膳食來源是家禽、魚類、全穀類和香蕉。維生素B6有助多種體內代謝的途徑,支援蛋白質和胺基酸的正常代謝,維持適當的體液平衡。* 

5-磷酸吡哆醛促進大腦內神經傳遞質及周圍神經細胞的正常合成。一般建議補充維生素B6維持好心情,並且促進健全的神經傳導。維生素B6也有助穀胱甘肽的正常生成,進而促進排毒。*

維生素B6維護紅血球和白血球的健康,同時促進血紅素的合成。目前已知一起服用維生素B6和葉酸能維護心血管的健康。維生素B6應該加入其他維生素B群,以達到最佳效果。*

肉鹼(酒石酸鹽):20毫克
左旋肉鹼是一種存在於體內大多數細胞中的胺基酸。左旋肉鹼支援心臟、器官與組織中的脂肪代謝。左旋肉鹼天然存在於動物產品中,只有在極度例外的情況下會少量存在於植物中,像是酪梨與一些發酵豆類產品。對於將長鏈脂肪傳遞至細胞粒線體中,左旋肉鹼扮演著必要的角色,可產生以腺苷三磷酸(ATP)為形式的額外能量。左旋肉鹼可在人體內合成,主要是在肝臟與腎臟中由必要胺基酸的左旋離胺酸與左旋甲硫胺酸合成。

菸鹼酸(菸鹼醯胺):20菸鹼素總量毫克
菸鹼酸又稱為維生素B3,促進體內能量生成。菸鹼酸與維生素B1及維生素B2一起運作,促進碳水化合物釋放能量。菸鹼酸的作用類似維生素B6和葉酸,都能促進身體的組織正常再生。*


維生素
Ed-α-乙酸生育酚):17.1毫克
膳食維生素E最重要的來源包括蔬菜油、人造奶油、堅果、種籽、酪梨和小麥胚芽。紅花油富含大量的維生素E (1/4杯中就約有2/3的每日建議攝取量),而玉米油和大豆油的含量則較少。維生素E實際上是一群相關的複合物,稱為生育醇與三烯生育醇。維生素E能以天然或合成的形式獲得。絕大多數時,天然形式和合成形式一模一樣,但天然形式的維生素E較能在體內吸收及留存。自然形式的α生育醇又被稱為「d-α生育醇」。合成形式dl-最常見於膳食補充品。在執行體重管理的人通常會注重飲食中脂肪的攝取量,由於他們減少攝取脂肪含量較高的食物,因此有可能也減少維生素E的攝取。* 

補充維生素E有益健康,可增強免疫健康及提供抗氧作用。維生素E亦可促進外傷正常痊癒,並且維護心血管健康。維生素E是體內最有效的脂溶性抗氧化物之一。維生素E進而保護細胞黏膜免於自由基的傷害。*

泛酸(D-泛酸鈣):12.5毫克
泛酸又稱為維生素B5,是水溶性的維生素,參與能量製造,並且促進神經傳導物質乙醯膽鹼的生成,進而維護大腦的健全。泛酸跟維生素B1、維生素B2及維生素B3一同作用,促進身體正常生成腺苷三磷酸(ATP),亦即身體用來運作的能量。泛酸有助脂肪正常產生、運輸及釋放能量。

泛酸促進正常的激素分泌。*

鐵(焦磷酸鐵、SunActive® Fe†):10毫克
鐵質主要存在於柑橘類、蕃茄、豆類、營養強化麵包、如早餐穀物等穀類(非血紅素鐵質來源)。牛肉、肝臟、內臟和家禽類則是血紅素鐵質的來源。血紅素鐵質比非血紅素鐵質更容易被人體吸收。鐵是很重要的微量礦物質。鐵也是製造肌紅蛋白的元素之一,此種蛋白質則是協助將血液中的氧氣運送到全身的肌肉組織。可促進紅血球生成。*

鐵在眾多重要的生化路徑和酵素系統中,扮演重要的角色。其中包括能量的代謝,神經傳導物質的製造(羥色胺和多巴胺),膠原蛋白質的形成,以及免疫系統的運作。兒童、成年男子以及年長的婦女比較不需要在飲食中添加含鐵的營養補充品,在服用任何含鐵的營養補充品前,也應該徵詢醫生的意見(以免服用過多的鐵)。鐵的功能包括協助傳遞氧氣到身體各部位,因此可增加運動量,提升免疫系統功能,增加能量水準,並協助製造神經傳遞質及膠原蛋白。*

SunActive® Fe為Taiyo International, Inc.的註冊商標。

核黃素(維生素B2):9.8毫克
維生素B2是水溶性維生素,幫助身體正常處理胺基酸和脂肪,活化維生素B6和葉酸,促進碳水化合物轉換成三磷酸腺苷(ATP),亦即身體用來運作的能量。維生素B2亦可促進紅血球健全生成,並且維護神經系統、呼吸系統、抗體製造及人體發育等正常功能。

鋅(乳酸鋅):7.5毫克
鋅大量存在於營養強化的穀類食品、紅肉、蛋、家禽及某些海鮮類,包括牡蠣。鋅是多種酵素和蛋白質的組成物。鋅也幫助身體調節基因表現。鋅是一種必要的微量礦物質,參與三百多種不同的酵素反應。因此,鋅幾乎參與所有的生化途徑和生理過程。超過90%的鋅儲存於體內骨骼和肌肉內,但是幾乎在所有的身體組織內都能發現鋅。鋅被宣稱能促進身體正常的自癒功能,維護免疫系統,並且有助維持前列腺的健康。鋅參與核酸和蛋白質組成,以及能量代謝。因為大部分的酶化過程中都可發現鋅的存在,因此它參與了大部分的身體功能,如消化、製造能量、發育、細胞修護、合成膠原蛋白、強健骨骼、認知功能以及碳水化合物的代謝。*

硫胺(維生素B1):6.5毫克
維生素B1是水溶性維生素,能促進身體對碳水化合物、脂肪及蛋白質的處理。身體的每個細胞都需要維生素B1以產生身體運作所使用的能量,亦即腺苷三磷酸(ATP)。維生素B1維護神經細胞的正常功能,並且促進碳水化合物的代謝。維生素B1促進神經傳導物質乙醯膽鹼和γ-胺基丁酸(GABA)正常生成,維護健全的神經系統。*

脂肪酵素:5毫克
脂肪酵素是脂肪消化酵素,支援身體將膳食脂肪分解成可吸收形式的正常功能。脂肪酵素,例如人體的胰脂肪酵素,支援將食物油脂中的三酸甘油脂受質正常轉換為單酸甘油脂和游離脂肪酸。一些脂肪酵素也於活細胞的內部發生作用,支援正常的脂質降解。*

硼(檸檬酸硼):2毫克
礦物質硼主要來源為植物性食物如水果乾、堅果、深綠色葉菜、蘋果泥、葡萄汁及烹煮過的乾豆類。硼存在於大部分的身體組織中,但主要分布在骨骼、脾臟與甲狀腺。硼支援正常的骨骼與荷爾蒙代謝。硼支援身體的建構能力,維持健康的骨骼。也可幫身體留住鈣與鎂,促進適當的骨骼礦化。硼是將維生素D轉化成活性成分的必要輔因子。可維持健康的細胞膜、適當的心智功能與警覺性、以及血清中正常的雌激素與游離鈣濃度。*

錳(葡萄糖酸錳):5毫克
錳是一種在植物和動物裡都可大量發現的礦物質。錳最重要的飲食來源包含全穀類、堅果、葉菜和茶。錳大量存在於穀糠,但穀糠常在加工過程中去除。錳有多種不同的營養補給品形式,包括葡萄糖酸錳、硫酸錳、抗壞血酸錳、胺基酸螯合錳等等。

人體組織內僅含有微量的錳。錳主要儲存於骨骼、肝臟、腎臟和胰腺。錳有助維護結締組織、骨骼、凝血因子以及性荷爾蒙的正常功能。錳促進脂肪和碳水化合物正常代謝,幫助鈣質吸收,並維持血糖正常。錳亦有助維護健全的大腦及神經功能。*

錳有可能促進營養素的正常使用,包括生物素、硫胺、抗壞血酸及膽鹼。

維生素A120% β-胡蘿蔔素):675微克視黃醇活性當量
維生素A是脂溶性維生素。維生素A的來源包括動物內臟(如肝臟和腎臟)、蛋黃、奶油、紅蘿蔔汁、南瓜、番薯、菠菜、桃子、強化乳製品和鱈魚肝油。維生素A屬於視黃醇、視黃醛和β-胡蘿蔔素等複合物家族。β-胡蘿蔔素是維生素A原,當身體有額外需求時,便會轉化成維生素A。全身的組織皆需要維生素A才能正常發育及修護。維生素A維護良好的視力,促進骨骼正常成長,並且提供抗氧防禦,增強身體的免疫系統。*

每日口服β-胡蘿蔔素、維生素C、維生素E及鋅,可維護眼睛健康。

葉酸((6S)-5-甲基四氫葉酸、葡萄糖胺鹽、Quatrefolic®†):486微克膳食葉酸當量
葉酸主要存在於水果和蔬菜。深綠色葉菜、柑橘、柑橘汁、豆類、豌豆和啤酒酵母是提供葉酸的最佳來源。葉酸可以提升維生素B12補充品的功效。這二種維生素B協力合作,維護正常的紅血球細胞。葉酸有助胺基酸及蛋白質的正常使用,並促進製造脫氧核糖核酸DNA與核糖核酸RNA物質的合成,進而維護身體所有的功能。科學研究發現當維生素B12與葉酸一起運作時,能使同半胱胺酸的含量保持正常。這可以幫助支持健康的心血管與神經系統。* 

Quatrefolic®是L-5-甲基四氫葉酸的鹽基葡萄糖胺,亦即活性最強的葉酸鹽,這是因為它在結構上類似還原的活性葉酸。因為這種形式自然存在於體內,所以更具有生物可利用性,直接起生物作用,不需要在體內經過代謝。*

Quatrefolic®為Gnosis S.p.A.的註冊商標,受到美國專利法保護,專利號碼7,947,662。

鉻(精胺酸铬、菸鹼酸铬、毗啶甲酸铬):228微克
鉻天然存在於某些穀類、肉類、家禽類、啤酒酵母、綠花椰菜、加州蜜棗、菇類、魚類及啤酒。鉻是必要的微量礦物質,維護正常的葡萄糖代謝、以及使血液中的膽固醇和其他脂肪維持在健康數值。鉻結合在體內形成葡萄糖耐量因子(GTF),有助身體維持正常的血糖值。在減重產業,許多人把鉻視為體重控制不可或缺的礦物質。*

生物素:225微克
生物素是水溶性維生素B,做為輔酵素促進蛋白質、脂肪及碳水化合物正常進行新陳代謝。生物素的飲食來源包括蛋黃、花生、牛肝、牛奶、穀類、杏仁及啤酒酵母。生物素有助細胞的健康成長及正常的脂肪酸製造,並且促進脂肪和胺基酸的代謝。生物素促進檸檬酸循環,亦即運動期間產生能量的過程。生物素亦可維持血糖穩定,經常建議補充以強化頭髮與指甲。*

生物素亦可促進各種代謝化學轉換。熟齡人士透過從飲食的新陳代謝作用獲取所需的能量,亦即體內細胞的化學反應,將來自飲食的燃料轉化成所需的能量,維持從肢體行動到頭腦思考等功能。

維生素 D3(膽鈣化醇):140微克(5,600國際單位)
大多數人類獲得維生素D的主要途徑是規律的日曬。維生素D的飲食來源包括維生素D強化牛奶(每杯含100國際單位)、鱈魚肝油及富含脂肪的魚類,例如鮭魚。蛋黃和肝臟含有少量的維生素D。維生素D可以幫助吸收鈣質和磷,它還協助製造數種有助於鈣質吸收和儲存的蛋白質。維生素D與鈣兩者共同促進骨骼強壯。它協助將成骨細胞中的鈣質,運送至細胞外液和腎臟,幫助腎小管順利吸收磷和鈣。維生素D有助於腸上皮細胞吸收飲食中的鈣和磷。它促進組織健康生長及修護,並且維護皮膚的整體健康。* 

維生素D維護腦部健康,促進穀胱甘肽的含量保持正常,進而幫助身體正常排毒。維生素D除了維護骨骼強健,也同時強化肌肉的力量及神經肌肉的功能。*

銅(葡萄糖酸銅):100微克
銅的最佳飲食來源是內臟、海鮮、堅果、種籽、小麥麩皮穀類、全麥製品、以及可可類產品。銅有部分抗氧化特性,並且是鐵的代謝中所需酵素的成份。銅是一種是很重要的微量礦物質。銅支援正常的嬰兒發育、鐵質輸送、骨骼強壯、膽固醇代謝、心肌收縮、葡萄糖代謝、大腦健康及提升免疫功能。 *

 (碘化鉀):100微克
碘存在於大部分的海鮮及加碘食鹽。這種微量元素可支援超過一百種酵素系統,包括能量製造、神經功能、以及頭髮和皮膚的生長。碘的主要功能之一為促進甲狀腺製造甲狀腺激素,甲狀腺素和三碘甲狀腺原胺酸,幫助調節並維持正常的新陳代謝功能。*

維生素K2(甲萘醌-745毫克):45微克
維生素K是一種脂溶性維生素,存在於肉類、蛋類、奶製品和納豆中。雖然維生素K2是一種脂溶性維生素,但人體只能儲存非常少量;如果不透過規律的飲食攝取,體內儲存的維生素K2會迅速耗盡。天然的維生素K2,又稱為甲萘醌-7 (MK-7),是最具生物利用度的維生素K形式,其在血液中的半衰期比其他形式的維生素K都長。日本的大豆食品,納豆,含有特別豐富的甲萘醌-7 (MK-7)。有關日本人食用納豆的研究發現,甲萘醌-7與維持骨骼和心血管健康相關聯。此相關聯之重點在於維持適當的鈣利用,進而能夠有足夠的鈣代謝以支援動脈與骨骼健康。此現象通常稱為钙反常。*

钙反常可以簡單解釋為,把鈣放在正確的地方(例如,把鈣放進骨骼結構中,而非動脈血管壁)。這些活動需要仰賴維生素K依賴性蛋白骨鈣化素與鈣化抑制基質Gla蛋白質在所謂的「羧化作用」下的合成。這些蛋白質的羧化作用是一個轉譯步驟;意即,骨鈣化素與鈣化抑制基質Gla蛋白質會由各自的信使核糖核酸轉錄生成,再透過酵素使其轉化為活性形式。而這些羧化形式可支援健康的鈣連結與釋放。這個反應對最佳及健康的鈣利用是必要的。維生素K2促進參與鈣利用的蛋白質合成,因此可支援鈣滯留與動脈健康。雖然維生素D支援骨鈣化素健康的調節與合成,但這種蛋白質的礦物結合能力還是還是需要維生素K依賴性羧化作用,並且被認為可支援正常的骨骼礦化。特殊抑長基因6蛋白質(Gas6)是一種維生素K依賴性蛋白質,存在於整個神經系統,以及心臟、肺、胃、腎臟與軟骨。儘管此作用的確切機制尚未確定,特殊抑長基因6蛋白質(Gas6)似乎可以支援細胞組織健康。*

鉬(鉬酸鈉):25微克
鉬是一種微量礦物質,其作用可協助體內正常的蛋白質與其他物質的分解,促進適當的酵素功能。鉬可儲存於體內,特別是肝臟、腎臟、腺體與骨骼。這種礦物質的食物來源包括乳酪、穀物、豆類、堅果、葉菜類與內臟類;也存在於水中。

硒(甲硫胺酸硒):20微克
硒最佳的飲食來源包含堅果、未加工穀類、糙米、小麥胚芽和海鮮。硒在人體內作為抗氧化物 ─ 穀胱甘肽過氧化物酶 ─ 的部份元素發揮功能,促進正常生長,並支援甲狀腺在運作時適當地利用碘。硒有助維生素E的抗氧化功效,也常被加入維生素E營養補充品內。硒是抗氧化物—穀胱甘肽過氧化物酶—的部分元素,直接讓身體保護細胞免受自由基的損害。*

維生素B12(甲基氰鈷胺):11微克
維生素B12(鈷胺素)天然存在於動物製品,特別是內臟,例如肝臟;另外有少量來自花生及發酵豆類製品,例如味噌和豆豉。素食者必須服用維生素B12補充品以維持最佳的健康狀態。維生素B12在攝取後儲存於肝臟和其他組織內,以供日後使用。維生素B12支援正常的細胞維護,特別是神經系統、骨髓及消化道的細胞。維生素B12支援同半胱胺酸的正常代謝(是在體內形成的一種胺基酸)。正常的同半胱胺酸含量對維護心血管健康很重要。葉酸和維生素B12在以活性輔酵素的形式出現時,有助血液中的同半胱胺酸保持正常濃度。* 

甲基氰鈷胺是人體內自然生成的一種維生素B12。肝臟必須將氰鈷胺(營養補充品最常用的B12)轉換成甲基氰鈷胺,之後身體才能適當利用;甲基氰鈷胺的效果勝過非活性的維生素B12。甲基氰鈷胺亦可促進S-腺苷甲硫胺酸(SAMe)形成,SAMe是對情緒具有正面影響的營養素。*

維生素B12也促進含硫複合物轉化成穀胱甘肽,這是體內的一種強大抗氧化物。*

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