KB ingredients take the spotlight-A A +A
Sunday, October 7, 2012
WITH the spotlight on Kyusoku Bihaku (KB) focusing on its free-form formulation, some of the thunder is being taken away from two other highly effective and important ingredients in the KB blend that makes it the most effective oral glutathione supplement in the country today which are n-acetylcysteine (NAC) and rosehips.
Most experts, including Dr. Robert Atkins of the Atkins Diet fame, hold a very high esteem for NAC’s effectiveness in raising the body’s glutathione levels. In his book, “Vita-Nutrient Solution” Dr. Atkins said that “NAC raises glutathione levels in the body, something that oral supplements of glutathione itself cannot do.”
It must be understood that NAC is the best glutathione precursor (or booster) out there. NAC is far more stable than glutathione enabling it to withstand the attack of stomach enzymes far more effectively than glutathione which immediately gets destroyed when enzymes tries to digest it leaving only an inconsequential amount to be absorbed by the body.
Rosehips on the other hand, does more than just provide the body with vitamin C. True, vitamin C aids in the synthesis of amino acids which complements the free-form formulation of KB, but Rosehips have been discovered to have other health benefits in recent studies.
For more information, comments, suggestions and inquiries, please visit the KB website at http://www.ilovekb.com.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on October 08, 2012.