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¿Che cosa è carotene?
By:. J. A. Garcia e Manuel Garcia Urbina Urbina,Data di revisione, 17 marzo 2013


Gli carotene (C40H56; C40H56O2) è un pigmento che è di colore giallo, arancio, rosso e rosso scuro quasi nero, a seconda della loro concentrazione. Carotene è carboidrati lipo-solubles (in natura) o solubile in acqua (In BIOtiquín) somministratidose come nutriente inossidabile che per l'organismo, proteggendo i componenti cellulari (lipidi, proteine ​​e ADN) contro il danno ossidativo endogeno generato dalla normale attività metabolica, stile di vita e dieta.

1 Fig. 100% carotene solubile in acqua rapidamente disperdibile in acqua, e l'assorbimento nel tessuto: rafforzata antiossidante

In alcuni impianti carotene è liposolubile nutrienti e radi, lento assorbimento del tessuto ghiandolare, che è essenziale per attivarlo. Carotene non è solubile nei lipidi dighe, è rapidamente assorbito nei tessuti del corpo, ricevere caratteristica essenziale per il corpo per essere efficaci nel loro uso.

Sciogliere la dose in un bicchiere d'acqua, latte o succo di frutta (senza coloranti o conservanti chimici) per la prima colazione, il pranzo e la cena. Contributo del beneficio nutrizionale degli alimenti.

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¿Che buona BIOtiquín?

Il mantenimento di una migliore qualità della vita.


¿Come funziona?

Essere BIOtiquín fonte carotene rosso di nutrienti solubili in acqua, la funzione (solubile in acqua) permette l'assorbimento intestinale rapido e facilita la distribuzione a tutti gli organi del corpo in cui è essenziale.


¿Cura per il cancro?

Carotene è studiato da importanti istituti di ricerca del mondo. È possibile leggere la letteratura vario per neutro, nel senso della tua domanda, ma è attributo comune antiossidante, che deve essere preso in considerazione al momento di valutare i loro effetti, e gli effetti che ogni schermo che dire qualcosa circa la tua domanda, in altre parole, sono le testimonianze parlano.


¿Prendo pillole (per il diabete) può anche prendere BIOtiquín?

Chiunque può prendere, se sei sano o malato, e se il trattamento farmacologico, il medico sarà segnalato correttamente. Ricordate: non BIOtiquín una droga.


¿Quanto dura un trattamento?

Questo non è un trattamento per una malattia o un metodo. È un alimento che essendo sulla dieta, dieta equilibrata, dieta può essere sia che ogni persona determina, sulla base dei vantaggi importanti.


¿Che cosa posso fare se sono sani?

Un organismo adulto sano può avere bisogno di 5-8 mg di carotene al giorno. È possibile che soltanto una dose al giorno è sufficiente a mantenere il cibo più equilibrato.


¿Come faccio a sapere che serve BIOtiquín?

BIOtiquín prendendo variazioni nelle risultati di BIOtiquín speciale.

Vidéo (lipo-soluble)

Lipo-soluble


Carotene accumula tutte le varianti in diversi tessuti vegetali quali pigmenti distribuiti in natura in forma tutto-trans solubile, idrofobo lento assorbimento nei tessuti del corpo, tutto trans è circa il 90% delle fonti alimentari carotene quantità di grasso assorbita solubile (mg) non differisce tra le dosi, suggerendo un possibile meccanismo di assorbimento saturato, la selettività dell'assorbimento intestinale e destino metabolico dei carotenoidi diversi, oppure solo in forma di lipo-solubile. La torsione cambia il sequencer tutto-trans> 5-cis> 7-cis hanno diversa stabilità. 5-cis è più stabile di pianta naturale trans trovato.