ExPress Essentials regulates hormonal balance
ExPress Essentials lowers the risk of cancer. Is an exclusive dietary supplement, standardized cruciferous vegetable blend with the best antioxidant protection
Made in USA. GMP certified. Non-GMO. The Highest USP 2021 Purity Standard. Product #00883.
Distributed exclusively by: Santegra, Inc., 8 Henderson Dr, West Coldwell, NJ 07006, USA.
Manufactured by: Garden State Nutritionals, Inc., 8 Henderson Dr, West Coldwell, NJ 07006, USA.
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Indication: hormone related disease prophylaxis; body’s protection and recovery after intoxication, alcohol abuse; polluted working environment; allergies; unbalanced diet; constipation.
Actions: potent antioxidant, lowers the risk of developing certain types of cancer, helps to regulate metabolism and hormonal balance, detoxifies the body, contains standardized cruciferous vegetable blend with guaranteed active ingredients (2% glucosinolates).
Ingredients (per 1 packet):
Cruciferous Blend (kale, brussels sprouts, cabbages, broccoli, mustard and horseradish) (providing 2% glucosinolates) - 400 mg, Indole-3-Carbinol - 35mg.
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Unique features of ExPress Essentials:
ExPress Essentials is a rich sourse of dietary indoles, contains standardized cruciferous vegetable blend providing 2% glucosinolates and 35mg of Indole-3-Carbinol.
The product has been manufactured using high quality pure raw materials and the technology that ensures all their beneficial properties intact, in strict compliance with GMP and TÜV regulations.
ExPress Essentials Product Info:
ExPress Essentials is an exclusive vegetable dietary supplement for adults and children. Cruciferous vegetables (kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbages, broccoli, mustard and horseradish) have the unique properties and should be part of a healthy diet.
Dietary indoles from cruciferous vegetables are potent antioxidants and can lower the risk of certain types of cancer. They promote the hormone balance, and normal function of endocrine system, strengthen the immune system.
It is known that in the countries with traditionally high consumption of cruciferous vegetables the risk of developing cancer is much lower than in the other places.
The consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables in the modern society is not adequate. The science comes to help us: the unique method of cruciferous vegetable active ingredient isolation has been developed.
ExPress Essentials contains standardized cruciferous vegetable blend (broccoli, kale, radish) providing 2% glucosinolates and 35mg of Indole-3-Carbinol.
There is a considerable body of evidence that shows that diets rich in fruits and vegetables, wholegrain cereals and complex carbohydrates are generally associated with lower disease risk, especially for some cancers and cardiovascular diseases. Besides antioxidant and vitamins, fruits and vegetables are rich sources of various plant or ‘phyto’ chemicals.
Recently scientists become interested specifically in one of the groups of compounds found in vegetables, glucosinolates. Glucosinolates are a large and diverse group of sulphur-containing compounds, which occur in Brassica vegetables (such as Brussels sprouts, cabbages, broccoli, mustard and horseradish). The breakdown products of glucosinolates (isothiocyanates) are responsible for the distinctive hot / bitter flavours of these foods.
Glucosinolates are powerful activators of liver detoxification enzymes. They also regulate white blood cells and cytokines. White blood cells are the scavengers of the immune system and cytokines act as "messengers," coordinating the activities of all immune cells.
Indole-3-carbinol is one of the major anticancer substances found in cruciferous vegetables. It is a member of the class of sulfur-containing chemicals called glucosinolates. (1) Indole-3-carbinol and other are potent antioxidants and potent stimulators of natural detoxifying enzymes in the body. (2, 3)
Indole-3-carbinol can be a potent antithrombotic agent with antiplatelet activity. (17) Indole-3-carbinol has considerable antimicrobial activity, deserving further investigation for clinical applications. (16) In addition to glucosinolates, cruciferous vegetables contain health-promoting fiber, lutein, folic acid, vitamins C and E, and a variety of other phytochemicals.
The latest scientific research showed that the consumption of broccoli triggers cardioprotection. (14)