Nature's Choice Supplements

Body Renew with B17 12 in 1 Formula 90 Caps

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More effective than B17 alone!
Great for immune support!

  • 90 capsules 
    A complete 30 day supply of B17 Essentials
  • Amygdalin
    B17 extracted from bitter apricot kernels
  • Pangamic Acid
    Complete B15 formula including TMG & DMG
  • Pancreatic & Metabolic Enzymes
    7 different types of enzymes'

 

What is Body Renew?

 
We take the guess work out of your Vitamin B17 diet! All of the ingredients you need are in one easy to take capsule. We start with pure Vitamin B17(Amygdalin), then we add seven different enzymes including Pancreatic and Metabolic Enzymes, after that we add Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid), finally we put the highest quality Zinc available to complete this unique formula. 

Suggested Use:

 As a dietary supplement take up to three(3) capsules per day with a meal, unless otherwise instructed.

 

 

----Supplement Facts----

 

Serving Size:

 1 Capsule - Serving Per Container: 90 

Vitamin B17 from Bitter Apricot Kernels

 
Amygdalin.....................................250 mg 

Pancreatic & Metabolic Enzymes

 
Papain............................................25mg 
Bromelain.......................................25mg 
Amylase.........................................20,000 DU 
Lipase............................................3,400U
Trypsin..........................................50mg 
a-Chymotripsin.............................17mg

B15/Pangamic Acid Formula

 
Dimethylglycine...........................30mg 
Trimethylglycine..........................30mg 
Calcium Pangamate......................30mg 
Calcium Gluconate.......................30mg

Zinc in Bio-Available Form

 
Zinc Orotate.................................10mg
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Active Ingredients:

 12 powerful ingredients in one capsule.

 

Body Renew:  A Dozen Powerful Elements Taken As One!

Great for boosting immunity, this 12 in 1 supplement brings 12 powerful ingredients.  Here are some scientific facts and a brief description of each element comprising Body Renew.

  1. 250 mg of Amygdalin

Popularly called as vitamin B17, amygdalin is a naturally transpiring chemical compound found in the stones of cherries and apricots, raw nuts, apples, beans, peaches, plums, and bitter almonds, which is hydrolyzed by emulsin, an enzyme, to yield hydrocyanic acid, glucose, and benzaldehyde.  It was originally set apart by French chemists in 1830.  In the ancient Greek language, amygdalin means “almond.” 

  1. 25 mg of Papain

Papain is a digestive enzyme commonly found in pineapple, papaya, mango, honey, bananas, avocados, kefir, and sauerkraut, to name a few.  It catalyzes proteins’ breakdown by hydrolysis, the process of a water molecule’s addition.  Papain exists as the English version of “papaïne,” the term assigned by Bouchut and Wurtz to the proteolytically active component in the papaya’s latex.

  1. 25 mg of Bromelain

Bromelain stays as an assortment of enzymes created in the pineapple’s fruit and stem.  Currently, it’s used by way of a dietary complement for nasal inflammation and swelling, osteoarthritis, muscle soreness, and poor digestion.  NCCIH-funded research remains to examine bromelain in support of asthma and inflammatory conditions.

Known also as bromelin, researchers began separating and carefully looking at it in the late 18th century.  They found that bromelain stands quite useful at splitting proteins, like the steak’s collagen and proteins in the human tongue.

  1. 20,000 DU of Amylase

It’s an enzyme that helps in the digestion by acting on starch to break it into smaller molecules of carbohydrate, such as maltose.  The salivary glands inside the mouth make amylase in the saliva, which starts the digestive process when food is chewed.  In the small intestine, it’s also found in the pancreatic juice but may stop functioning at 60°C and when there’s a change in the pH.

This digestive enzyme is important as it’s needed for the body to digest carbohydrates in the human diet, which in turn, is an essential and immediate energy source of the body.  In reality, it’s a clan of analogous enzymes that work within a wide variety of plants, animals, and fungi.

  1. 3,400 U of Lipase

Lipase is an enzyme that brings about the catalysis of the fats’ hydrolysis.  They perform essential functions in digestion, moving, and administering dietary lipids, such as oils, triglycerides, and fats, in the majority, if not every living organism.  A small quantity of lipase, termed gastric lipase, exists made by stomach cells, which specifically processes butter fat within the food.

Its major source in the digestive tract stays the pancreas, which creates pancreatic lipase needed in the small intestine during digestion.  Lipase helps digest lipids to let loose the nutrients that are fat-soluble, like vitamins D, A, K, and E that fats usually contain.  French research has disclosed, however, that the human body produces lower quantities of enzymes helping digestion, like lipase, as it grows old.

  1. 50 mg of Trypsin

For the reason that food proteins should be broken to create amino acids for the body to use in the tissue’s growth, maintenance, besides repair, trypsin is essential aimed at the efficient digestion of protein.  It’s present in the pancreatic juice and any disorder in its production can hinder the process of digestion and even harm the pancreas.

  1. 17 mg of a-Chymotrypsin

Several proteases remain synthesized within the pancreas, besides secreted in the small intestine’s lumen.  The two main pancreatic proteases stand as chymotrypsin and trypsin, which are produced and put together into the secretory vesicles by way of inactive proenzymes’ chymotrypsinogen and trypsinogen.

The main dissimilarity between trypsin and chymotrypsin exists in their amino acids selected.  Chymotrypsin stays as the enzyme selecting fragrant amino acids, specifically phenylalanine, tryptophan, as well as tyrosine.  On the other hand, trypsin remains the enzyme selecting plain amino acids, such as arginine and lysine.

  1. 30 mg of Dimethylglycine

Also called DMG or Vitamin B15, it’s an amino acid, a protein building block, found in humans in very tiny amounts and covering only seconds for each instance.  When taken by way of a supplement, it helps in the manufacture of intermediates of metabolism, thus, considered as building blocks utilized to create nucleic acids, key vitamins, and hormones for RNA and DNA repair.  In the course of this action, DMG parts with its parts metabolically. 

  1. 30 mg of Trimethylglycine

Referred to as TMG or Betaine, it’s a naturally arising amino acid mixture that serves as a digestive aid.  It’s integral to the metabolism of humans and clinically established to assist the brain and other body organs.  Its best sources in food are wheat bran, quinoa, beets, spinach, amaranth grain, and many more.

  1. 30 mg of Calcium Pangamate

As the main ingredient of vitamin B15, it plays a part in the process of oxidizing glucose in cell respiration and, similar to vitamin E, acts by way of an antioxidant assisting to make the cell stronger.  In addition, it helps the body’s liver in its function of detoxification.  It’s naturally found in whole brown rice, brewer’s yeast, buckwheat, pumpkin and sesame seeds, besides apricot kernels.

  1. 30 mg of Calcium Gluconate

This exists as calcium’s gluconate salt, an element necessary for standard nerve, cardiac, and muscle function.  It helps to uphold calcium balance, as well as avoid bone loss once taken orally.  Foods naturally high in calcium content include cheese, milk, yogurt, ice cream, bok choy, broccoli, spinach, and calcium-fortified foodstuff, such as orange juice.  With the help of Vitamin D, calcium from these foods are absorbed by the human body.

  1. 10 mg of Zinc Orotate

Zinc plays essential roles in the immune response, growth, besides the development of humans.  Zinc Orotate stays as zinc’s chelated form that’s more readily taken in by the human body as compared to other available zinc supplements.  It’s naturally found in meat, shellfish, chickpeas, lentils, seeds, nuts, dairy, eggs, whole grains, pomegranate, avocados, and berries.