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  • 8 Conditional amino acids

    2nd October 2018PureNakedVegan

    Conditional amino acids are usually not essential, except in times of illness and stress meaning their synthesis can be limited Of the 11 nonessential amino acids, eight are called conditional amino acids. There may also be certain states during life when…

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  • 11 non essential amino acids

    2nd October 2018PureNakedVegan

    Nonessential amino acids mean that our bodies produce it ourselves but they still needed as they play an essential role, Unlike essential amino acids, a healthy body can create these if given enough protein sources from our diet. alanine  (Ala) asparagine  (Asn) aspartate…

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  • 9 essential amino acids

    2nd October 2018PureNakedVegan

    The essential amino acids, which are also referred to as indispensable are building block of protein that your body cannot produce and need to get from a food source. Your body doesn’t store amino acids, so it needs a regular…

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  • niacin- B3

    2nd October 2018PureNakedVegan
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  • antioxidant enzymes

    8th September 2018PureNakedVegan

    antioxidant enzymes   Research: Antioxidant enzymes and human diseases. Antioxidant enzymes and their implications in pathophysiologic processes.

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  • Fisetin – Phytochemical

    8th September 2018PureNakedVegan

      Research Neuroprotective Effects of Fisetin in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases: From Chemistry to Medicine. The neuroprotective effect of fisetin in the MPTP model of Parkinson’s disease.

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  • Luteolin – Phytochemical

    8th September 2018PureNakedVegan

    Luteolin, a plant-derived flavonoid Foods: broccoli, pepper, thyme, and celery Research: Luteolin as an anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective agent: A brief review. Luteolin triggers global changes in the microglial transcriptome leading to a unique anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective phenotype.  

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  • Difference between antioxidant capacity (ORAC) and antioxidant bioavailability?

    30th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Antioxidant capacity (ORAC ranking) and antioxidant bioavailability sound similar but they are two very different things! In simple terms, one is measured outside the human body, and the second one is measured inside the human body. ORAC can tell you…

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  • Dithiolethiones – Phytochemical

    27th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Dithiolethiones promotes the production of glutathione the body’s main antioxidant produced in the liver. glutathione absorbs free radicals and detoxes the liver and cells of carcinogens and xenobiotics like drugs, antibiotics, and mycotoxins. Found in cabbage and cruciferous vegetables like Brussel sprouts, broccoli. cauliflower,…

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  • Coumarins – Phytochemical

    27th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Coumarin is a fragrant organic chemical compound found in many plants coumarins and chlorogenic acid compounds prevent the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines.   Activities include blood thinning, antifungal, and anti tumour so should be avoided by people taking anticoagulants. It has a vanilla flavour and…

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