Vibracell Named 150ml
- Brand: NAMED Srl
- Product Code: 900366511
- EAN: 5425007232011
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Vibracell Named Multivitamin Food Supplement
Vibracell Named Food Supplement what it is for
Vibracell is a supplement with Vitamins, Royal Jelly, L-Carnitine, Selenium, Folate and Coenzyme Q10. Vitamins A, B6, B12 and C, Biotin, Folate and Selenium contribute to the normal function of the immune system. Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 and C contribute to energy metabolism. Vitamins B2, B12, C and folate contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
How to use Vibracell
It is recommended to take 2 teaspoons of Vibracell (10 ml) diluted in a glass of water (120 ml), preferably before breakfast.
Warnings with the use of Vibracell
Supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of the reach of children under 3 years old. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. After opening, keep the bottle in the refrigerator placed in the sales box.
Consume within two months of opening. Do not disperse in the environment after use. During pregnancy, take on medical advice, as there are no studies on it.
Information on the individual components
Orange : known for its refreshing and digestive properties. Contains vitamin C, indicated to counteract oxidative stress and promote the functions of the immune system.
Maracuja : known for promoting relaxation and digestive functions. It is a concentrate of energy and vitamins. Contains vitamin A (useful for eyesight), C, E, B2, B6, B12, carotenoids, flavonoids, phosphorus and iron.
Lemon : known for its refreshing and digestive properties. Contains vitamin P.
Tomato pulp : known for its refreshing and thirst-quenching properties. Contains vitamins and minerals.
Carrot : carotene, present in carrots, is transformed, in the liver, into vitamin A, which is important for keeping the skin healthy.
Beetroot : Known as an antioxidant. It is rich in salts, vitamins, sugars, betaine and glutamic acid.
Jerusalem artichoke : known as a prebiotic to promote the balance of intestinal bacterial flora thanks to the presence of fibers.
Elderberry : Known for regulating the sweating process and promoting the drainage of body fluids.
Black currant : known to promote the functionality of the microcirculation and the well-being of the nose and throat.
Blueberry : known as an antioxidant for the functionality of the microcirculation and intestinal regularity.
Royal jelly : substance produced by the queen bee as food for the hive. It is suitable for sportspeople, for students, for people who work a lot, for children during development, for the elderly, and for pregnant and lactating women.
Brewer's yeast : contains B vitamins, useful for sportsmen and convalescents.
Chamomile : known to promote regular gastrointestinal motility, to exert an emollient and soothing action and to promote nighttime relaxation and mental well-being.
Lemon balm : known for promoting digestive functions, for relaxation and mental well-being and for promoting mood.
Rosehip : known for promoting a supportive action and as a tonic. It also has an antioxidant effect.
Nettle : nettle plants and roots have various beneficial actions for the body: the tops are indicated to promote purifying functions and the drainage of body fluids, while the roots are useful for prostatic well-being.
Artichoke : known for its hepatoprotective, purifying and digestive properties. Contains cynarin which helps kidney function and facilitates the digestion of fats.
Hops : traditionally used to promote relaxation in case of stress and physiological sleep.
Rosemary : known for its digestive and hepatic properties. Promotes regular gastrointestinal motility and the elimination of gases. Contains rosmarinic acid with antioxidant properties. It is also useful for cardiovascular well-being.
Dandelion : dandelion roots contain significant quantities of inulin, iron, phytosterols and B vitamins. Dandelion promotes liver functions and the body's purifying ones.
Maté : known for its antioxidant, tonic and draining properties. Furthermore, it is indicated to promote metabolism, especially lipid metabolism.
Celery : promotes drainage and urinary functions. It is also useful for promoting digestive functions, acts as a tonic and is indicated for metabolic support.
Cucumber : promotes digestive and draining functions; it acts with an emollient and soothing action on the digestive system.
Sauerkraut : obtained from the acid fermentation of cabbage, and is an important source of lactic and butyric acid. Butyric acid is very useful because it represents the main energy source of intestinal epithelial cells.
Onion : known for its digestive and draining properties. Furthermore, it is indicated to promote arterial circulation and the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids.
Pepper pulp : mainly made up of water, it contains vitamins and mineral salts. It has an antioxidant action and promotes arterial circulation.
Vitamin C : known for its antioxidant properties; it is able to favor the immune defenses. Facilitates the absorption of iron.
Niacin (vitamin PP or B3 ): promotes energy metabolism, helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Promotes the functioning of the nervous system.
Vitamin E : acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from oxidative stress.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) : promotes normal energy metabolism and helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Therefore, it is also useful for mental performance.
Vitamin B6 : useful for promoting the correct functioning of the nervous system, promotes the metabolism of proteins and glycogen. It is also indicated to promote the normal functioning of the immune system.
Vitamin B1 : promotes energy metabolism and normal heart function.
Vitamin B2 : promotes the functionality of red blood cells, the metabolism of iron; protects cells from oxidative stress and reduces tiredness and fatigue.
Folate : promotes the normal hematopoiesis process and the synthesis of amino acids, contributes to the correct functioning of the immune system and participates in the processes of cell division.
Vitamin H (Biotin) : promotes the metabolism of macronutrients, the well-being of hair and skin and the maintenance of normal mucous membranes.
Vitamin B12: participates in the normal processes of cell division, promotes the immune system, normal energy metabolism and the correct functioning of the nervous system.
Vitamin D : known to assist in the normal absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus. It also contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function and the normal function of the immune system.
Selenium : acts as an antioxidant, promotes the body's natural defenses and the well-being of hair and nails.
Betacarotene : precursor of vitamin A. All carotenes are absorbed in the intestinal tract, in the presence of bile and fats: in the mucosa of the small intestine the conversion into retinol takes place.
L-carnitine : favors the entry of fatty acids into the mitochondrion where they undergo beta-oxidation, a biochemical process of energy catabolism.
Soy lecithin: lecithin is part of the structure of cell membranes, of which it is the main constituent. It is also used in the liver for the synthesis of an enzyme called Lecithin Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT), capable, as the name implies, of esterifying cholesterol. It is also found in the composition of bile and bile salts.
Coenzyme Q10 : naturally present in our body, it tends to decrease over time. It actively participates in biochemical processes especially in oxidative phosphorylation aimed at the production of ATP.
Acerola : acts as an antioxidant and promotes the body's natural defenses.
Broccoli : acts as an antioxidant, promotes cardiovascular well-being and digestive functions.
Various studies have confirmed that fruits and vegetables have beneficial effects on the whole organism. Based on their composition, they have different beneficial properties being rich in vitamins and mineral salts. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends consuming at least 5 servings a day of fruit and vegetables. However, the average consumption of fruit and vegetables in Europe does not reach half of the recommended levels and many people fail to follow this precious advice of healthy eating habits. Furthermore, these foods often undergo treatments that lead to the loss of precious nutrients.
The intake of Vibracell®, in the recommended doses, can help to integrate the needs of certain nutrients in a simple and practical way.
Vibracell®, thanks to its composition, has numerous properties that derive from the combination of the carefully selected ingredients listed above. It does not contain preservatives, dyes and sweeteners. It is obtained from the cold pressing (25 ° C) and vacuum of the elements that compose it, so as to guarantee the perfect conservation of the specific active ingredients. Vibracell®, source of vitality and energy, is a useful supplement for psychophysical recovery after situations of severe stress and fatigue. Vibracell® is also useful in convalescence and during the stressful period of school exams.
An analysis *, carried out on blood, saliva and urine samples, before and after a period of integration with Vibracell®, found that, after taking Vibracell ®, the oxidative stress parameters improved and a greater production of ATP (therefore vital energy). Furthermore, after taking Vibracell®, the condition of energy balance was close to the ideal values of well-being reported in the study.
The same instrumental analysis *, carried out using Bioelectronics ATC 330®, showed that Vibracell® has 47% more vital energy than a fresh fruit and vegetable centrifuged.
|Average contents||For 10 ml = daily dose (2 teaspoons)||% VNR *|
|Power||118 kJ / 28 Kcal||-|
|Fat, of which||0.4 g||-|
|Saturated fatty acids||0 g||-|
|Unsaturated fatty acids||0.1 g||-|
|Polyunsaturated fatty acids||0.2 g||-|
|Carbohydrates, of which||5.9 g||-|
|Protein (N x 6.25)||0.3 g||-|
|Vitamin A||800? G||100|
|Vitamin B6||1.4 mg \ 100|
|Vitamin B12||2.5? G \ 100|
|C vitamin||80.0 mg||100|
|Vitamin D||5.0? G||100|
|Vitamin E||12.0 mg||100|
|Pantothenic acid \ 6.0 mg||100|
|Folic acid||200? G||100|
|Selenium \ 30? G \ 55|
|Coenzyme Q10||5.0 mg||-|
|Royal jelly||60.0 mg||-|
* VNR = Daily Reference Nutritional Value (adults) pursuant to EU Reg. 1169/2011.
Allergens contained : celery, soy.
Ingredients contained in Vibracell
Concentrated juices (55%) of: orange, passion fruit and lemon; fructose, concentrated lactofermented juices (6%) of beetroot, carrot, celery, cucumber, sauerkraut, onion and pepper; tomato pulp, concentrated juices (4%) of: elderberry, black currant, blueberry; dry extracts of: chamomile (Chamomilla recutita L. Rausch.) (4,5-7: 1) flowers, lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) (3,6- 5: 1) leaves, wild rose (Rosa canina L.) (2,1-2,4: 1) fruits, nettle (Urtica dioica L.) (5-6,7: 1) leaves, artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) (3,3-4,8: 1) leaves , hops (Humulus lupulus L.) (4.3- 6: 1) flowers, rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) (4.8- 5.9: 1) leaves, dandelion [Taraxacum officinale (L.) Weber ex FHWigg .] (4,1-5,5: 1) leaves, matè (Ilex paraguariensis A. St.-Hill) (3,7-4,5: 1) leaves; rosehip seed oil, Jerusalem artichoke liquid concentrate, natural flavoring, vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), fresh royal jelly, inactivated brewer's yeast, L-carnitine, emulsifier: soy lecithin; acerola powder concentrate (Malpighia punicifolia L., fruits), broccoli powder, niacin (nicotinamide), selenium on yeast, vitamin E (DL-a-tocopheryl acetate), pantothenic acid (calcium D-pantothenate), coenzyme Q10 , vitamin A (beta-carotene), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), vitamin B1 (thiamine hydrochloride), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin A (retinyl acetate), folic acid (pteroyl-monoglutamic acid), biotin (D-biotin ), vitamin D (cholecalciferol), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin).
Vibracell is sold in a 150 ml bottle.