Beta Glucan Premium
Vitamin C, zinc, folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 contribute to normal function of the immune system
Beta Glucan Premium liquid food supplement contains high-purity (80%) active beta-(1,3 / 1,6) -D-glucan and extracts of curcuma, rose hip and ginger.
The product is additionally enriched with 8 vitamins from group B, vitamin C, vitamin E and mineral zinc.
Price: 89,00 kn
Beta glucans are a long-chain polysaccharide that are most commonly obtained from Saccharomyce scerevisiae yeast cells, and in nature they can be found in some edible mushrooms (reishi, maggot, shiitake, maitake), grains (oats and barley) and certain algae types.
Generally it can be said that beta glukans boost the first “defense line” of the organism. Namely, their main biological immunomodulatory action is based on stimulation of the activity of inherited immune factors.
Beta Glucan Premium is a high quality product that contains:
- The most active Beta Glucan where glucose is linked by 1.3 and 1.6 links, 80% high-purity Beta 1,3 / 1,6 D-glucan component from the yeast cell walls
- Standardized and patented 95% curcuma root extract
- Water extract of the rose hip and ginger root
- Synergistic effect of 8 vitamins from group B, vitamin C, vitamin E and zinc
- Beta Glucan Premium has delicious orange flavor
|Ingredients in Recommended Daily Dose:||5 mL
|% RDA*||10 mL
|% PU*||15 mL
(children above 12
|Beta-(1,3/1,6)-D-glukan||30 mg||-||60 mg||-||90 mg||-|
|Dry extract of turmeric rhizomes (Curcuma longa),
standardized to at least 95% of curcuminoids
|10 mg||-||20 mg||-||30 mg||-|
|Water extract of the rose hip (Rosa canina)||66,50 mg||-||133 mg||-||199,50 mg||-|
|Ginger root water extract (Zingiber officinale)||33,50 mg||-||67 mg||-||100,50 mg||-|
|Vitamin E (DL-alfa tocopherol acetat)||4.80 mg TE||40||9.60 mg TE||80||14.40 mg TE||120|
|Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid)||32.00 mg||40||64.00 mg||80||96.00 mg||120|
|Vitamin B1 Thiamine mononitrate)||0.44 mg||40||0.88 mg||80||1.32 mg||120|
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)||0.56 mg||40||1.12 mg||80||1.68 mg||120|
|Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine-hydrochloride)||0.56 mg||40||1.12 mg||80||1.68 mg||120|
|Niacin (Niacinamide)||6.40 mg||40||12.80 mg||80||19.20 mg||120|
|Pantothenic acid (Calcium D-pantothenate)||2.40 mg||40||4.80 mg||80||7.20 mg||120|
|Folic acid (Pteroylmonoglutamine acid)||80.00 µg||40||160.00 µg||80||240.00 µg||120|
|VitaminB12 (Cyanocobalamin)||1.00 µg||40||2.00 µg||80||3.00 µg||120|
|Biotin (D-biotin)||20.00 µg||40||40.00 µg||80||60.00 µg||120|
|Zinc (Zinc acetate dihydrate)||2.50 mg||25||5.00 mg||50||7.50 mg||75|
*RDA – Recommended Daily Allowance
Zinc, folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12, vitamin C – contribute to the normal function of the immune system
Riboflavin, Thiamine, Niacin, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Vitamins B6 and B12, Vitamin C – contribute to normal energy metabolism
Zinc, riboflavin, vitamins C and E – contributes to protecting cells from oxidative stress
Biotin, folic acid, niacin, thiamine, vitamins B6 and B12, vitamin C – contribute to normal psychological function
Pantothenic Acid – contributes to normal mental performance
Biotin, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamins B6 and B12, vitamin C – contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system
Zinc – contributes to the normal cognitive function
Before each use, shake it well. It is recommended to take:
- Children from 3 to 6 years old take one spoon (= 5 mL) daily.
- Children from 7 to 12 years old take two tablespoons (= 10 mL) daily.
- Children over 12 and adults take three tablespoons (= 15 ml) daily.
The spoon is supplied in the package.
Recommended daily doses should not be exceeded. A dietary supplement is not a substitute or replacement for a balanced diet. Keep out of the reach of small children. It is important to adhere to a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Before use and in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients, consult a physician or pharmacist.
Store in a dry place, at temperature up to 25ºC.
It is important to maintain the normal function of the immune system as it helps the body in natural defense!
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Generally it can be said that beta-1,3/1,6-glucans enhance the first “defense line” of the organism. Namely, their main biological immunomodulatory action is based on stimulation of the activity of inherited immune factors. Macrophage activation is definitely a crucial moment when activating factors of innate non-specific immunity. This activation is achieved by binding of beta-glucan to several specific macrophage receptors.
Activated macrophages have increased ability to detect, recognize, and destroy pathogens.
With stimulation of phagocytosis, beta-glucans have the ability to stimulate hematopoiesis. Enhanced hematopoiesis involves stimulation of leukocyte and platelet production.
- to strengthen immunity,
- In infectious conditions such as infections of the respiratory tract, infections caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses
Children aged 3 to 6 take one spoon (= 5 mL) daily.
Children 7 to 12 years of age take 2 tablespoons (= 10 mL) daily.
Children over 12 years of age and adults take three tablespoons (= 15 mL) daily.