Terpene Lactones are associted with increased circulation to the brain and other parts of the body and may exert a protection action of the nerve cells. Other activities of terpene lactones include neuroprotection, improvement of choline (a neurotransmitter) uptake in brain synapses and inhibition of platelet activating factor (which reduces the tendency of the blood to clot).
Flavonoid glycosides are a group of chemical compounds that occur in small but significant amounts in fruits and vegetables. More than 4,000 different flavonoids have been identified, some of which have been researched in detail and are believed to have beneficial effects on human health. Some of the health related benefits associated with this group of compounds include strengthening of the immune system, protection against cancer, and a reduction in capillary fragility.
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What are Probiotics?
They are microorganisms that may provide health benefits when consumed. The term probiotic is currently used to name these ingested microorginisms associated with beneficial effects to humans and animals.
Probiotics are generally considered safe — they’re already present in a normal digestive system — although there’s a theoretical risk for people with impaired immune function. Be sure the ingredients are clearly marked on the label and familiar to you or your health provider: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/83/6/1256.full
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Bacillus coagulans is a lactic acid-forming bacterial species within the genus
Bacillus coagulans has been added by the EFSA to their Qualified Presumption of Safety list
B. coagulans is often marketed as Lactobacillus sporogenes or a 'sporeforming lactic acid bacterium' probiotic, but this is an outdated name due to taxonomic changes in 1939. Although B. coagulans does produce L+lactic acid, the bacterium used in these products is not a lactic-acid bacterium, as Bacillus species do not belong to the lactic acid bacteria. By definition, lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium) do not form spores. Therefore, using the name Lactobacillus sporogenes is scientifically incorrect.
Fructooligosaccharide (scFOS) are considered prebiotics. After they are consumed, fructooligosaccharides move to the large intestine to stimulate the production of microbiota in the colon and gastrointestinal track.
Microbiotas are "friendly, beneficial" bacteria. Microbiotas produce essential nutrients such as short-chain fatty acids; control epithelial cell growth (the cells that line body cavities); prevent overgrowth of infectious organisms; boost intestinal immunity; and prevent inflammation, diarrhea and other intestinal conditions. This "essential ecosystem" provides an important "balance between health and disease" in the body.
Fructooligosaccharides also increase calcium absorption in the body, an important consideration for pre- and post-menopausal women, ages 45 and older, who are losing critical bone mass that increases their risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures.
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The term supplements can be defined as products designed synthetically in laboratories, that make claims that are generally classified into categories such as “Increase Muscle Mass”, Decrease Body Fat” or the ever so popular Vitamin and Mineral pills for overall health. These products are sold in health food stores or companies directly, and are usually advertised in bodybuilding or health and fitness magazines by the manufactures that produce them.
Supplements are typically purchased by people who are determined to improve themselves, but are usually unsure if the products actually work. There is not a definitive answer to this, because of a few influential factors. First, the placebo effect, second is the body’s need, and lastly is wording of advertising.
The results of supplement usage are often times not measurable, due to the placebo effect. If a suggestion is put into your mind that something works, this suggestion can actually influence you and contribute to that claim. If you believe you have that extra edge you will most likely strive more to obtain your goal. This is the theory of mind over matter.
Another point to this is will your body utilize the supplement as intended? For example does it make it to the place in your body where it is used, or does it get digested before it reaches that point. Also, if you have a plentiful supply already, do you just excrete the rest?
The wording of advertising can also play a part in the effectiveness of supplements. Yes it’s true. Here is how. Companies pay advertisers to develop ideas and concepts that will attract you, the consumer. Often if you really look at and read an advertisement carefully, it may not be making a claim at all. For example: If a product reads “Anti Catabolic Formula”, you might think, “Hey, this will help me prevent muscle breakdown”. Will this supplement now keep you in an anti catabolic state? No! Not if you don’t consume a sufficient amount of protein, carbohydrates and calories.
Prior to 1994 there was not much worry about supplements, because more often then not they were food derivates, and were relatively harmless. Then in 1994 The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act enabled the sale of other substances that were much more powerful to be classified as supplements. This concept changed the industry dramatically. Companies began using prohormones and herbs that were closer to pharmaceutical based drugs in weight loss products and bodybuilding supplements, with limited monitoring by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA regulates dietary supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering “conventional” foods and drug products. Manufacturers do not need to get FDA approval before producing or selling dietary supplements and the responsibility is on the manufacturer to ensure a supplement is safe. Manufacturers must also make sure that product label information is truthful and not misleading.
The FDA’s responsibilities include monitoring safety and any adverse event reporting, product information, such as labeling, claims, package inserts, and accompanying literature.
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