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¿O que é caroteno?
Por:. J. A. Garcia e Manuel Garcia Urbina UrbinaData de revisão, 17 março de 2013


O caroteno (C40H56; C40H56O2) é um pigmento que é amarelo, laranja, vermelho e vermelho escuro quase negro, dependendo da sua concentração. Caroteno é hidratos de carbono lipo-solubles (na natureza) ou solúvel em água (Em BIOtiquín) administradodose como um nutriente anticorrosivo que beneficia o corpo, protegendo os componentes celulares (lipídios, proteínas e ADN) contra dano oxidativo endógeno gerado pelo metabolismo normal de atividade, estilo de vida e dieta.

1 Fig. 100% caroteno hydro-soluble rapidamente dispersível em água, e a absorção no tecido: antioxidante reforçada

Em várias plantas caroteno é solúvel em gordura, nutrientes e escassa, a absorção lenta de tecido glandular, o que é essencial para habilitá-lo. Caroteno não é solúvel em lípidos barragens, é rapidamente absorvida para dentro dos tecidos do corpo, receber característica essencial para o corpo para ser eficaz na sua utilização.

Dissolver a dose em um copo de água, leite ou suco de frutas (sem corantes ou conservantes químicos) no café da manhã, almoço e jantar. Contribuição do benefício nutricional dos alimentos.

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¿Que bom BIOtiquín?

Manutenção de uma melhor qualidade de vida.


¿Como isso funciona?

Seja BIOtiquín fonte caroteno vermelho de nutrientes solúveis em água, a função (solúvel em água), permite a absorção intestinal rápida e facilita a distribuição de todos os órgãos do corpo em que é essencial.


¿Cancer Cure?

Caroteno é estudado pelas principais instituições de pesquisa do mundo. Você pode ler a literatura variada para neutro, no sentido da sua pergunta, mas é atributo comum antioxidante, que devem ser levados em conta ao avaliar os seus efeitos, e os efeitos que cada tela que dizer algo sobre a sua pergunta em outras palavras, são os testemunhos falam.


¿Eu tomo comprimidos (para diabetes) também pode ter BIOtiquín?

Qualquer pessoa pode tomá-lo, se você é saudável ou doente, e se o tratamento farmacológico, o médico será relatado corretamente. Lembre-se: não BIOtiquín uma droga.


¿Qual é o tratamento?

Isto não é um tratamento para uma doença ou de um método. É um alimento que estar na dieta, dieta equilibrada, a dieta pode ser tanto que cada pessoa determina, com base nos benefícios valiosos.


¿O que posso fazer se eu sou saudável?

Um organismo adulto saudável pode precisar de 5 a 8 mg de caroteno por dia. É possível que apenas uma dose por dia é suficiente para manter o alimento mais equilibrado.


¿Como eu sei que serve BIOtiquín?

BIOtiquín tomando mudanças adaptadas para os resultados de BIOtiquín especial.

Vidéo (lipo-soluble)

Lipo-soluble


Caroteno acumula todas as variantes em vários tecidos de plantas, tais como pigmentos, distribuídos na natureza sob a forma trans-solúvel, a absorção lenta hidrófoba nos tecidos do corpo, todo-trans é de cerca de 90% das fontes dietéticas caroteno quantidade de gordura absorvida solúvel (mg) não diferiu entre as doses, sugerindo um possível mecanismo de absorção saturado, a selectividade da absorção intestinal e destino metabólico de diferentes carotenóides, ou apenas sob a forma de lipo solúvel. A torção muda o sequenciador all-trans> 5-cis> 7-cis ter estabilidade diferente. 5-cis é mais estável do que o natural da planta trans encontrado.