We all know that we should eat more greens but does anyone really know why? As it turns out they are our first line of defense against attacks on our immune systems at a cellular level. Swanson Ultra Indole-3-Carbinol with Resveratrol harvests and releases the i3C phytochemical to ensure that those defenses never become depleted, leaving our bodies open to threats of attack.
It is that time-honoured tradition at just about every family dining table around the world; a mother barters with her children - if they finish all the broccoli on their plate, they might yet get ice cream for dessert. Naturally, as most of us get older and our palates develop we learn to love eating fresh greens like Broccoli or Kale or even Brussel sprouts. Well... maybe not the sprouts!
What we don't necessarily realise though is that those greens contain a crucial phytochemical harnessed here by Swanson called Indole-3-Carbinol (i3C). Produced by the breakdown of glucosinolate glucobrassicin, i3C plays a very important role in the protection and balance of our hormones.
Now, Swanson Ultra Indole-3-Carbinol have added Resveratrol - a polyphenol often found in the skin of red grapes - thought to help fight against heart disease to aid in your battle to maintain a healthy state of being.
What Swanson Ultra Indole-3-Carbinol with Resveratrol has done is realised a powerful new combination of the phytochemical i3C and the polyphenol Resveratrol to create the most comprehensive shield and maintenance for your immune system and hormonal balance yet.
By altering the metabolism of our Oestrogen production this potent natural cocktail can offer you support for your reproductive system as well as aid in the growth and regeneration of cells. Ensuring a healthy and balanced hormonal platform from which your body and mind can flourish.
The addition of Resveratrol (most commonly found in the Japanese and Chinese knotweed plant Polygonum Cuspidatum) has been known to help in the battle against heart disease by preventing the oxidation of LDL ‘Bad Cholesterol'.