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Micotherapy Maitake

Micotherapy Maitake

Integratore alimentare a base di Maitake (Grifola frondosa) da agricoltura biologica (IT BIO 006) - Made in Europe.



Proprietà:

Chiamato anche "Re dei funghi" il Maitake è considerato un tonico adattogeno, utile per riequilibrare le funzioni dell’organismo, aumentare la vitalità e per potenziare la risposta immunitaria. Una serie di studi hanno evidenziato l’importanza del Maitake nel trattamento delle problematiche metaboliche.


Finalità Salutistiche:

I numerosi studi effettuati a partire dagli anni ’80 hanno evidenziato che i polisaccaridi contenuti nel Maitake presentano una struttura particolare ed unica che lo rendono particolarmente potente anche quando somministrato per via orale. Tra le varie frazioni polisaccaridiche isolate si è valutata l’efficacia della frazione D e della frazione X: la prima è risultata particolarmente efficace sul sistema immunitario, la seconda a livello metabolico. Studi e osservazioni più recenti hanno dimostrato che il fungo intero (micelio e corpo fruttifero) è più efficace dell’estratto a livello metabolico e può risultare utile nel controllare l'aumento ponderale e nel riequilibrare il profilo lipidico, sostenendo nello stesso tempo la funzionalità epatica.


Ingredienti:

  • Maitake (Grifola frondosa) da agricoltura biologica, corpo fruttifero e micelio

 

Modalità d’uso:

una capsula 3 volte al giorno preferibilmente lontano dai pasti.


Confezione:

90 capsule


Note:

conservare in luogo fresco e asciutto.


Codice EAN: A927117263


tenore medio degli ingredienti caratterizzanti per dose giornaliera (3 cps)
Maitake corpo fruttifero e micelio 1500 mg

 

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