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For over 6 years, we have been supplying the biologically active substance contained in the Taxivital C supplement, taxifolin to the Polish market. Taxivital C is a brand that includes taxifolin and vitamin C. The formula is prepared from Dahurian larch extract with a purity of 98%, which makes it stand out from other products. Taxivital C is dedicated to people who want to comprehensively want to reduce the negative effects of oxidative stress and protect cells against the harmful effects of free radicals.

It is commonly called vitamin B Baikal, taxifolin, taxifolin, and also dihydroquercetin. According to the chemical nomenclature, it is 2R, 3R) -2- (3,4-Dihydroxyphenyl) -3,5,7-trihydroxy-2,3-dihydrochromen-4-one while its chemical formula is C15H12O7.

It is a component of the Taxivital C dietary supplement. It is obtained from the roots and lower part of Dahurian larch very resistant to hard weather conditions. It is very popular as a substance with a broad spectrum of biological activity. As a result of screening, antioxidant (antioxidant) properties were found to protect against free radicals and the aging process. Taxifolin (dihydroquercetin, dihydroquercetin, vitamin B Baikal, taxifolin) is classified as bioflavonoid, a group of flavonoids that are helpful in maintaining fitness and good health, they also are an important role in preventing many diseases.

Antioxidant potential of taxifolin and vitamin c

1 / Vitamin C classified as antioxidant vitamins and taxifolin included in bioflavonoids, they can affect cellular processes by scavenging free oxygen radicals, modulating the redox state of the cell and regulating intracellular signaling pathways,

2 / Taxifolin and vitamin C are non-enzymatic antioxidants, therefore they must be supplied from outside,

3 / Taxifolin and vitamin C supplement the daily diet with antioxidants that play an important role in cells in maintaining the appropriate oxidoreductive potential by participating in neutralizing reactive oxygen and nitrogen forms formed in cell metabolism.

4 / This property of ascorbic acid prompted researchers to consider the possibility of using two antioxidants: taxifolin and vitamin C as a protective factor in preventing free radical tissue damage.


Purity and quality of taxifolin

The purity of taxifolin in Taxivital C is always at the level of 96-99% which corresponds to over 32,744 ORAChydro value (µmole TE / g) according to Brunswick Laboratories, (which is a globally recognized, independent, clinical and preclinical research laboratory. Specializes in phytochemical tests, biological tests for the presence of human cells, and clinical studies on functional foods, dietary supplements, and pharmaceutical products. Since 1997, they have been helping such companies like Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, Kraft Foods and Campbell's).

The high potential antioxidant taxifolin is determined by:

1 / purity measured in%, the highest potential has taxifolin containing 96-99%,

2 / amount of taxifolin in mg per capsule,

The taxifolin contained in Taxivital C is an original taxifolin from Siberia of Russia.

About the use of taxifolin

Vitamin C and taxifolin (dihydroquercetin, also called taxifolin) belong to non-enzymatic consumable antioxidants, which means that they cannot be produced by the human body. They should be taken with a meal, 1 capsule a day. The composition of the preparation is prepared so that the value of vitamin C and taxifolin is safe and complies with the recommended dietary norm.

In the first phase, it is recommended to supplement Taxivital C continuously once a day for 60 days. This is due to the fact that the neutralization of free radicals is a long-term process and also lasts after taking the preparation because the cells begin the renewal stage. The biological mechanism of cell renewal only functions properly in a young body. In this case, the entire renewal cycle lasts about 28 days. However, with age, the regeneration process is getting slower, and as a result, cells need more time to regenerate. The cell exchange cycle can be extended to 35 or even 50 days.

After 2 months, you can take a month break and return to supplementation in a 30-day cycle every other month.

Larch wood taxifolin is absorbed, metabolized, and excreted in the urine within a few hours after ingestion.

It has no side effects, maybe a contraindication if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of the product, during pregnancy and lactation. People with kidney stones should not take the product because of the vitamin C content.

In the first period, you should work out taking Taxivital C at the same time (preferably in the morning during a meal or in the evening).

Indications for use of Taxivital C:
Persons over 14 years of age max. 1 capsule a day
Adults 1 capsule a day. It is assumed that for 1kg of body, 1 mg of taxifolin should be optimally taken.

Free radical processes occur all the time in your body - day and night, their deviation indicates a large interference of oxidative stress in the body and impairment of the body, which is no longer able to eliminate excess free radicals through internal processes, then pathogenic processes begin. The same is true for taxifolin. The effect of taxifolin is always, but you can not always feel its effects. Of course, the first positive results are associated with feeling better, better performance, improved sugar, cholesterol, triglyceride, and blood pressure levels. Many Users using Taxivital C describe the positive effect of the preparation on daily life - reducing headaches, swelling of the legs, or palpitations. It is associated with the improvement of microcirculation in the system and the reduction of oxidative stress.

More and more scientific and clinical publications indicate a positive effect of taking plant preparations based on antioxidants. They are increasingly attributed to disease prevention and complementing basic treatment.

Unfortunately, with age, the activity of repair mechanisms weakens, which contributes to an increase in cellular damage, and consequently diseases characteristic of old age. The elderly have high levels of oxidative damage indicators in the tissues. It is possible that the disturbance of these processes is the main reason for the aging process, so strengthening them and preventing changes would extend the period of physical, mental, and healthy life.

Safety of taxifolin use
Taxivital C has been approved by the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate in Warsaw as a safe product, intended for daily supplementation of antioxidants in the diet. The safety of taxifolin is also confirmed by the EFSA (European Food Authority of the EU Commission). For many years, the Foundation for the Development of Cardiac Surgery an outstanding cardiologist Zbigniew Religa, who carried out the first successful heart transplantation, recommends Taxivital C everyday prevention. It is a great honor for us that our users confirm the anti-radical potential of Taxivtal C.

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