Fermented papaya contributes to protection against oxidation and contributes to protection against free radicals

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Fermented papaya contributes to protection against oxidation and contributes to protection against free radicals

Composition :             6 capsules
Fermented  papaya 1800 mg

Ingredients :
Fermented papaya fruit

(carica papaya), Vegetable capsule,
Anti-caking agent: rice bran

Box of 100 capsules

Net Weight 34g

The recommended daily dose is 3 capsules per day in 3 doses.

Food supplements should be used as part of a healthy lifestyle and not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of the reach of children.

Keep cool, dry, away from light

Papaya is one of the richest fruits in fiber and vitamins in the world (vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B9, vitamin E), it is also a source of potassium.

Vitamin C is mainly present in the lens of the eye, white blood cells, pituitary gland, adrenal glands and brain. It participates in a large number of processes in the body, the main one being to help the body make collagen, a protein essential for the formation of connective tissue of the skin, ligaments and bones. It also takes an active part in immune function, activates wound healing, participates in the formation of red blood cells and increases the absorption of iron contained in plants. Another important role of vitamin C is its antioxidant effect that protects cells from free radical damage.

Vitamin A  plays an important role in vision, especially in the adaptation of the eye to darkness. It is involved in bone growth,  reproduction and regulation of the immune system. It contributes to the health of the skin and mucous membranes (eyes, respiratory tract, urine and intestines), which are our main defense against bacteria and viruses.

It is essential for cell differentiation and growth by participating in the transcription of certain genes and the synthesis of certain proteins. Finally, it  promotes the absorption of iron.

Vitamin B5 is essential for energy production in cells, the transport of oxygen in the blood, as well as the synthesis of fatty acids, cholesterol and sex hormones. It is both provided by food and made by the intestinal flora.

Vitamin B9 or folic acid is an additional support for the synthesis of our DNA, the growth of our cells but also the formation of red blood cells and amino acids.

Vitamin E participates in the protection of cell membranes, and  red blood cells against oxidizing substances. It helps eliminate abnormal blood clot formations and acts on the level of bad cholesterol.

Potassium plays a major role in our body, it acts in collaboration with sodium to maintain the acid-base balance of the body and fluids. Potassium, alone, allows the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and the proper functioning of kidney function.

Thanks to long-lasting fermentation, papaya acquires new and important antioxidant properties. This antioxidant power ensures the protection of cells within the body.

In particular, by protecting their genome from the attack of free radicals, which prevents the occurrence of potentially cancerous mutations.

Like all antioxidants, it helps fight against the excessive formation of free radicals (toxic substances responsible for accelerating the aging of cells) and also has a "booster" effect of immune defenses.

It is therefore indicated in all situations where there is oxidative stress as is the case during sun exposure, smoking, alcoholism, stress, pollution ... but also in Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Parkinson's disease.

In the same spirit, fermented papaya is part of the prevention of aging and the risk of chronic diseases, consequences of oxidative stress.

It was Professor Luc Montagnier, winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize, who revealed the notorious effects of fermented papaya on health:

Professor Luc Montagnier stated that fermented papaya had remarkable properties to fight oxidative stress and to stimulate the immune system.

Extract Enjeux / Les Echos – Professor Luc Montagnier – February 13, 2011

« (...) You are a great scientist with what this implies of rationality. And you no longer seem to swear by plants, such as fermented green papaya extract that you prescribe against colds, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease or for the recovery of athletes. It's kind of Dr. Knock's elixir, isn't it? »

«(...) In any case, oxidative stress is a symptom whose causes must be investigated, but which by itself promotes certain diseases. It is therefore better to correct it, and this is relatively easy, especially from plant extracts. Many medicines are derived from it and plants are the best chemists on Earth. We must not reject everything from the experience of our elders, but associate it with modern medicine that has allowed us to gain thirty years of existence. In China, the two medicines, traditional and Western, coexist. Perhaps that is what we can look forward to in the future. »

Rice bran: anti-caking agent to lubricate the ingredients contained in a capsule and increase the consistency of the composition.

A bit of history...
Papaya is a fruit cultivated for millennia in the Caribbean, it spreads to all tropical regions of the world from the end of the 17th century.

Indigenous medicine then uses it as poultices to fight against gastrointestinal disorders, it was applied to burns, abscesses or used as an infusion against colic, liver diseases, dyspepsias and stomach ulcers.


Data sheet

Number of capsules
100 capsules
Active principles
fermented papaya
Anti-caking agents
rice bran

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