MIND BODY TONIC AND RESPIRE COLLECTION
MIND BODY TONIC
Plant-based Liquid Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants
Nourish. Refresh. Renew.
30 fl oz (900 ml) 30 to 60 servings
Made with Non-GMO Ingredients I Dairy-free I Soy-Free I Nut-Free I Gluten & Wheat-Free I Nightshade-Free I Vegan-Friendly I Celiac-Friendly I Bariatric-Friendly I Made in the USA in a GMP-certified Facility
Mind Body Tonic, a plant-based liquid vitamin is made from pure ingredients. It features 6 botanicals, 12 vitamins, 13 macrominerals, and 77 naturally occurring fulvic trace minerals, including D3, Co-Q10, methylcobalamin B12, bioactive B6 and Folate.
Plus we’ve included biotin and a fusion of superfoods resveratrol, parsley leaf, cranberries, raspberries, grape seed extract.
Mind Body Tonic provides essential nutrient support for radiant energy, vibrant hair, skin, nails and healthy aging.
Additionally, our Tonic offers essential nutrients that support bone, muscle tone, and brain and heart fitness.*
All these important nutrients can play a key role in keeping busy women and their loved ones fit, strong and resilient.
RESPIRE, RESPIRATORY SELF-CARE
Nourish. Refresh. Renew.
300 caplets (2 to 3 month supply)
Made with Non-GMO Ingredients | Soy-Free | Nut-Free | Dairy-Free | Gluten & Wheat Free | Keto-Friendly | Vegan-Friendly | NO Preservatives
Enzymes are responsible for different energetic functions, such as respiration, vision growth, reproduction, and energy storage. Enzymes are like spark plugs.
They are catalysts that our bodies require at a cell level to maintain regular activity throughout the body. They enhance the eleven systems of the body.
What are systemic proteolytic enzymes?
Proteolytic enzymes are essential for many vital processes in your body. They're also called peptidases, proteases, or proteinases. In the human body, they are secreted by the pancreas and stomach.
Enzymes perform many other critical jobs. For example, they are essential for cell division, blood clotting, immune function, and protein recycling, among other vital processes (1)
Respire is a plant-based enzyme supplement that offers immune support to the structure-function of the respiratory system.* This includes:
- Sinus support*
- Normal Lung Function*
- Cardiovascular Support*
- Fundamental Cell Energy*
- Normal Healthy Circulation*
- Normal Functional Oxygen Levels*
Respire offers nattokinase and serrapeptase in an advanced-enzyme combination that provides a variety of plant-based proteolytic enzymes.
Nattokinase is an enzyme extracted from fermented soybean. It is studied for its effect on reducing scar tissue and fibrin-reducing enzymes.
Serrapeptase recognized for over fifty years in places like Japan and Europe. Researchers in Europe proposed that serrapeptase was the most useful proteolytic enzyme for balancing normal inflammatory conditions.
For more than 50 years, enzymes are safe and supportive of balancing the first line of defense support against specific viruses, bacteria, and pathogens. 8
Introducing a Plant-Based Enzyme Strategy
Plant-based Enzyme Strategy is a means to enhance and promote the quality of life. All life, whether plant or animal, requires the presence of enzymes to keep it going.
Systemic enzyme study reveals the complex physiological functions at the organ and cellular levels. Enzymes are essential for different bodily functions, such as respiration, vision, growth, reproduction, and energy storage.
RECOMMENDED PRODUCT USAGE: Take on an empty stomach, either 30 to 60 minutes before or 2 hours after meals. Take with 8 oz. glass of water.
Maintenance suggestion: 2 capsules up to 3 times a day
High maintenance suggestion: 3 capsules, 4 times a day
Tips: Systemic Enzyme Strategy is best achieved by following a consistent daily intake schedule.
*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this site is not intended to replace the advice of your health practitioner. If you believe you are experiencing a medical or health problem, please seek the assistance of a qualified health professional.
1 Vandana Gupte and Umesh Luthra, 2017 Aug; 7(4): 203–207. Analytical techniques for serratiopeptidase: A review,. J Pharm Anal. Published online 2017 Mar 22.
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Yshuhiro Suzuki, Kazanao Kondo, Yuji Matsumoto, Bing Qing Zhao, Kenichi Otusguro, (2003) Dietary supplementation of fermented soybean, natto, suppresses intimal thickening and modulates the lysis of mural thrombi after endothelial injury in rat femoral artery, Life Sciences, Volume 73 Issue 10, July 2003, Pages 1289-1298
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Transport of nattokinase across the rat intestinal tract.
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