Resveratrol Complete is meant for healthy aging and contains the active ingredient reveratrol to maintain cardiovascular health
NutraCups Resveratrol Complete
LIPOSOMA proudly announces our newest product range, called NutraCups®. Our NutraCup product “Resveratrol Complete” is meant for healthy aging and contains the active ingredient resveratrol, which is widely reported to play a role in maintaining cardiovascular health*.
NutraCups Resveratrol Complete also features vitamin C and E, to protect the cells and tissues in the body against oxidative damage. For LIPOSOMA’s NutraCups we select our finest liposomal ingredients and place these in cup cartridges to be processed by warm water extraction using standard coffee cup extraction machines, which are present in almost every household. This technology is especially well suited for active ingredients that require higher daily doses. With this technology, the liposome ingredients together with the actives are stored in the cartridges without water, protecting these delicate vitamin ingredients against potential degradation during storage and taking away the need for chemical preservatives.
Health benefit of Resveratrol Complete
Resveratrol is a compound naturally occurring in a variety of sources, including grapes, berries and peanuts . It belongs to the family of phytoalexins, which are antimicrobial compounds produced by plants in reaction to environmental stress . The role of resveratrol in cardiovascular health is currently intensely studied. This all started with the initial finding that resveratrol may be the key ingredient in wine that explains its purported beneficial effect on cardiovascular health* . Indeed, other studies also found that resveratrol might support cardiovascular health* [4-6]. After resveratrol appears in the blood circulation it is quickly taken up by the endothelial cells lining the luminal surface of the blood vessels, from where it acts as a first line guardian of the health of the vascular wall . Vitamin C and E further complete the antioxidant profile of this NutraCups beverage [7-9].
Why take liposomal Resveratrol?
Featuring natural health ingredients encapsulated in liposomes, the NutraCup technology both preserves and maximizes the health benefits of the actives [10,11]. Encapsulated in liposomes a better stability and a more controlled release can be achieved [12,13]. Moreover, the phospholipids of which the liposomal matrix is composed provide some health effects themselves. Their main constituent is phosphatidylcholine, which incorporates the important health ingredient choline. Choline contributes to normal liver functioning and lipid metabolism .
What are the key features of LIPOSOMA’s NutraCups?
LIPOSOMA has invented NutraCups: a new technology enabling liposomal encapsulation of its most delicate active ingredients. NutraCups are cartridges filled with health ingredients that are designed for warm water extraction using common espresso machines present in almost every household. The liposomal beverage that is produced allows for the protection, enhanced delivery and improved performance of many health ingredients, but in particular those which require higher daily doses.
*These claims are currently on hold for revision by EFSA and not yet approved.
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