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NRF2 Aktivator

Quercetin, Sulforaphane, Trans-Resveratrol
farbstofffrei glutenfrei laut Gesetz konservierungsmittelfrei laktosefrei trenn- und bindemittelfrei vegetarisch vegan contains EGCG from green tea extract
90 capsules (1 month pack)
Nutritional Supplement
  • Polyphenol blend of high-quality plant extracts
  • With 100 mg sulforaphane from 1000 mg broccoli extract per daily dose
  • Combined with 30 mg organic piperine per daily dose
  • Highest raw material quality from German production
from 42,95 €
Quantity Price
ab 1 49,95 €
from3 44,95€
from5 42,95€
Article Nr.:2018110
PPN/PZN: 11 18213340 78 (PZN = middle digits)
EAN: 4260633571100
base price: 707,01 € per Kilogramm
incl. 7% VAT, plus shipping costs
Orderable
Delivery time 1–3 workdays
Reactive oxygen species are free radicals that continuously stress the organism. If the concentration of free radicals is too high, oxidative stress can occur, which can damage cell structures. Free radicals extract electrons from their environment on a molecular level and thus destabilize the affected cell areas. Antioxidants can neutralize this process by giving the free radicals one of their electrons, thus protecting the cells from oxidative stress.
 
A distinction is made between endogenous and exogenous antioxidants. Endogenous antioxidants such as catalase, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione are produced by the organism itself. Exogenous antioxidants are taken in with food in the form of vitamin C, vitamin E and secondary plant substances (sulforaphane, quercetin, resveratrol, catechins, etc.).
 
Broccoli contains sulforaphane, and in broccoli sprouts the amount is even considerably higher. Quercetin is a component in onion, in NatuGena formula Japanese cordwood extract provides valuable quercetin, Japanese knotweed extract provides resveratrol, green tea provides the body with polyphenols, teein, catechin, theanine and bitter substances. Silymarin from milk thistle and curcuminoids from curcuma extract round out the formula.
 
In principle, however, free radicals are not harmful to the organism per se. In the right concentration, the body depends on oxidative stress for an intact immune system. The organism has a protective system that recognizes whether certain cell areas are burdened by too high a concentration of free radicals. This endogenous system is called the KEAP1-NRF2 signaling pathway.
 
Through this signaling pathway, the body is able to protect itself against oxidative stress by synthesizing antioxidants on its own (endogenously).
 
NRF2 is a protein in the cytoplasm of each cell, which is bound to the protein KEAP1 and thus kept inactive. If there are too many free radicals in the environment, NRF2 detaches from KEAP1 and moves out of the cytoplasm to the nucleus. There, NRF2 can activate genes responsible for the synthesis of endogenous antioxidants.
 
This signaling pathway can also be stimulated by certain dietary phytochemicals. First and foremost, the plant compound sulforaphane from broccoli should be mentioned. However, this is not an exogenous antioxidant effect of sulforaphane, but an endogenous activation. This broccoli component is a defense substance of the plant, which puts the cells under sensitive oxidative stress and thereby supports the body's own antioxidant defense system.
 

Consumption recommendation

1 times a day 3 capsules. Optimal consumption is at least 15 minutes before a meal with 250 ml of still, lukewarm water.

According to REGULATION (EU) 2022/2340 recommended intake (differs from the label): 1 time daily 3 capsules. Optimal consumption is with a high-fat meal with 250 ml of still, lukewarm water or optionally with a teaspoon of omega-3 oil to increase bioavailability.

Notes

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of small children. Store closed, in a cool, dry place away from light. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake stated. Should not be consumed on an empty stomach and on the same day with other green tea products1. Not suitable for pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 18 years1.
1 according to REGULATION (EU) 2022/2340

Ingredients

Ingredients per Daily dose
Broccoli- Extract 1 000 mg
- of which sulforaphane 100 mg
Pomegranate- Extract 250 mg
- of which ellagic acid 100 mg
Green Tea- Extract 223 mg
- of which polyphenols 219 mg
- of which catechins 145 mg
- of which EGCG 100 mg
Quercetin 150 mg
Marythistle extract 125 mg
- of which silymarin 100 mg
Curcuma- Extract 105 mg
- of which curcuminoids 100 mg
Trans- Resveratrol 100 mg
Piperine (organic) 30 mg

 

Composition

broccoli extract, pomegranate extract, green tea extract, Japanese cordwood extract, milk thistle extract, curcuma extract, Japanese knotweed extract, black pepper extract (organic), Capsule: Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose

Not a medicinal product

Food supplement: Do not exceed the recommended daily intake stated. Not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Pure substance principle

Only active ingredients (no excipients, no colorants, according to the law no preservatives, no technological additives such as binding and separating agents, no hidden additives, free of gluten, flavor enhancers, lactose, flavors, soy).

Legal notice

This product is for nutritional purposes and therefore does not affect the Heilmittelwerbegesetz (HWG). A good nutritional status can help the organism to prevent or overcome diseases. All statements made about the product describe properties and physiological effects that may naturally vary among consumers and do not represent any healing or health promises.

Reactive oxygen species are free radicals that continuously stress the organism. If the concentration of free radicals is too high, oxidative stress can occur, which can damage cell structures. Free radicals extract electrons from their environment on a molecular level and thus destabilize the affected cell areas. Antioxidants can neutralize this process by giving the free radicals one of their electrons, thus protecting the cells from oxidative stress.
 
A distinction is made between endogenous and exogenous antioxidants. Endogenous antioxidants such as catalase, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione are produced by the organism itself. Exogenous antioxidants are taken in with food in the form of vitamin C, vitamin E and secondary plant substances (sulforaphane, quercetin, resveratrol, catechins, etc.).
 
Broccoli contains sulforaphane, and in broccoli sprouts the amount is even considerably higher. Quercetin is a component in onion, in NatuGena formula Japanese cordwood extract provides valuable quercetin, Japanese knotweed extract provides resveratrol, green tea provides the body with polyphenols, teein, catechin, theanine and bitter substances. Silymarin from milk thistle and curcuminoids from curcuma extract round out the formula.
 
In principle, however, free radicals are not harmful to the organism per se. In the right concentration, the body depends on oxidative stress for an intact immune system. The organism has a protective system that recognizes whether certain cell areas are burdened by too high a concentration of free radicals. This endogenous system is called the KEAP1-NRF2 signaling pathway.
 
Through this signaling pathway, the body is able to protect itself against oxidative stress by synthesizing antioxidants on its own (endogenously).
 
NRF2 is a protein in the cytoplasm of each cell, which is bound to the protein KEAP1 and thus kept inactive. If there are too many free radicals in the environment, NRF2 detaches from KEAP1 and moves out of the cytoplasm to the nucleus. There, NRF2 can activate genes responsible for the synthesis of endogenous antioxidants.
 
This signaling pathway can also be stimulated by certain dietary phytochemicals. First and foremost, the plant compound sulforaphane from broccoli should be mentioned. However, this is not an exogenous antioxidant effect of sulforaphane, but an endogenous activation. This broccoli component is a defense substance of the plant, which puts the cells under sensitive oxidative stress and thereby supports the body's own antioxidant defense system.
 

Consumption recommendation

1 times a day 3 capsules. Optimal consumption is at least 15 minutes before a meal with 250 ml of still, lukewarm water.

According to REGULATION (EU) 2022/2340 recommended intake (differs from the label): 1 time daily 3 capsules. Optimal consumption is with a high-fat meal with 250 ml of still, lukewarm water or optionally with a teaspoon of omega-3 oil to increase bioavailability.

Notes

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of small children. Store closed, in a cool, dry place away from light. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake stated. Should not be consumed on an empty stomach and on the same day with other green tea products1. Not suitable for pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 18 years1.
1 according to REGULATION (EU) 2022/2340

Ingredients

Ingredients per Daily dose
Broccoli- Extract 1 000 mg
- of which sulforaphane 100 mg
Pomegranate- Extract 250 mg
- of which ellagic acid 100 mg
Green Tea- Extract 223 mg
- of which polyphenols 219 mg
- of which catechins 145 mg
- of which EGCG 100 mg
Quercetin 150 mg
Marythistle extract 125 mg
- of which silymarin 100 mg
Curcuma- Extract 105 mg
- of which curcuminoids 100 mg
Trans- Resveratrol 100 mg
Piperine (organic) 30 mg

 

Composition

broccoli extract, pomegranate extract, green tea extract, Japanese cordwood extract, milk thistle extract, curcuma extract, Japanese knotweed extract, black pepper extract (organic), Capsule: Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose

Not a medicinal product

Food supplement: Do not exceed the recommended daily intake stated. Not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Pure substance principle

Only active ingredients (no excipients, no colorants, according to the law no preservatives, no technological additives such as binding and separating agents, no hidden additives, free of gluten, flavor enhancers, lactose, flavors, soy).

Legal notice

This product is for nutritional purposes and therefore does not affect the Heilmittelwerbegesetz (HWG). A good nutritional status can help the organism to prevent or overcome diseases. All statements made about the product describe properties and physiological effects that may naturally vary among consumers and do not represent any healing or health promises.

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