Lifestream Fucoi Capsules

Lifestream

$37.75 $44.90

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Lifestream FucoCai is a unique blend of two botanicals that are rich in antioxidant activity to protect against free radical damage from factors such as stress, alcohol, cigarettes and pollution. Additionally, together with healthy diet and lifestyle, Lifestream FucoCai can support weight management.

Laminaria japonica (Kombu) is a seaweed that is native to Japan and is considered to be a rich source of minerals. An active component of this seaweed is Fucoxanthin, which has been shown to support weight management, metabolism and may also help support balanced blood sugar levels. In water Kombu forms a thick gel allowing it to function as a bulking agent for bowel regularity. Kombu has also been used traditionally in Chinese medicine to support bronchial health and to boost dietary iodine.

Lifestream's FucoCai utilises the South American super berry Acai, organically grown in Brazil. Acai is naturally rich in flavonoids and polyphenols; it has a high concentration of anthocyanins which provide the ripe fruit with the bright purple colour and its potent antioxidant activity. Its antioxidant capacity supersedes other berries such as cranberry, raspberry and blueberry. It is an excellent natural food for people experiencing stressful situations or with extra physical requirements.

The benefits of taking Lifestream FucoCai:

  • Weight management support
  • Free radical scavenging
  • Helps protect cells from oxidative damage
  • Naturally rich in iodine
  • Provides a rich source of phytonutrients
  • Supports healthy metabolism
  • 100% Vegetarian
  • 100% Vegan
  • 100% free from all artificial additives

Directions:

Adults: Take 1 capsule three times daily with food. Not recommended for children.

Precautions:

Not to be used in hypertension, during pregnancy or breastfeeding or with thyroid medication unless under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Kombu is best avoided if you have an over active thyroid

Ingredients:

Each Capsule Contains:
  • Laminaria japonica (Kombu)standardised extract equivalent tofresh seaweed 3gm
  • Providing Fucoxanthin (Contains naturally occurring Iodine 85mcg) 10mg
  • Acai (Euterpe oleracea) Fruit Powder 125mg (Standardised extract equivalent to fresh fruit 500mg)
  • Also contains: Vegetarian hypromellose capsule, rice starch, maltodextrin.

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