An ulceration of the mucous membrane of the esophagus, stomach, or duodenum, due to action of the acid gastric juice.
Eliminate sugar, refined carbohydrates, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, and milk. Eat a high fiber diet.
L-Glutamine, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin A, Vitamin C Aloe Vera, Mastic Gum, Olive Leaf, Tumeric
Supporting joint problems
Studies have already shown how the key active constituent, the curcumins, in turmeric can inhibit the compounds involved in the inflammatory response. Consequently, practitioners often combine turmeric with glucosamine sulphate to combat joint problems such as stiffness.
The ancient Olive tree is renowned for its tasty fruit and oil. Less well-known are the many culinary uses of it’s leaves. Ground Olive leaves can be added to smoothies, fruit and vegetable juices, savoury dishes, sauces, pestos, salad dressings, breakfast cereals, and bread and pasta doughs. Olive leaves infused in hot water are drunk as a tea. Unlike ordinary Olive leaf products, this superior Olive Leaf,which contains oleuropein, is prepared using a gentle process, which preserves its natural components. Rich in Oleuropein, providing around 100mg per capsule.
Regular supplementation is important
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is an essential nutrient. Because it is water-soluble and dietary intake varies, regular supplementation is important. As an antioxidant, vitamin C works at the cellular level to reduce the effects of oxidation and premature aging. Since it is involved with the production of collagen and connective tissue, vitamin C helps maintain functional and strong connective tissue, blood vessels and capillaries, as well as healthy skin and gums. It also promotes healing and can reduce bruising. Vitamin C has also been shown to support immune and adrenal function, as well as balance the histamine response.*
Supports neurological, cognitive, immune & cardiac health
Coenzyme Q 10 supports neurological, cognitive, immune and cardiac health, including healthy blood pressure levels. It is also a powerful antioxidant. Coenzyme Q10 is one of the best researched dietary supplements in the world. Humans make Coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ10) in the body, but levels decrease with age and with lifestyle choices that compromise nutrition status. The best food sources of CoQ 10 are organ meats, foods not commonly consumed today. People with chronic health and immune conditions tend to be low in CoQ 10. Research has shown that supplementation improves levels of CoQ 10 in the body, and levels decline when supplementation stops.
This form of zinc is well-tolerated and well-absorbed. Zinc is a trace mineral that is involved in more than 30 enzyme reactions in the body, and is an essential metal cofactor for one kind of superoxide dismutase (SOD), a major class of antioxidant enzymes.*