The Guardian of Human Health – Proanthocyanidins (OPC)

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(Summary description)The human body is made up of countless molecules that are aggregated together by electromagnetic bonds, and these electron bonds are made up of pairs of electrons. Free radicals (also known as free radicals or free ions) are molecules that lose an electron due to the fact that the pair of electrons is broken.

The Guardian of Human Health – Proanthocyanidins (OPC)

(Summary description)The human body is made up of countless molecules that are aggregated together by electromagnetic bonds, and these electron bonds are made up of pairs of electrons. Free radicals (also known as free radicals or free ions) are molecules that lose an electron due to the fact that the pair of electrons is broken.

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The human body is made up of countless molecules that are aggregated together by electromagnetic bonds, and these electron bonds are made up of pairs of electrons. Free radicals (also known as free radicals or free ions) are molecules that lose an electron due to the fact that the pair of electrons is broken. Therefore, it is extremely unstable and highly reactive. Free radicals randomly attack nearby molecules to absorb the ideal electrons to replace lost electrons. In a chain reaction, a single free radical can damage a million or more molecules. This results in an oxidative tension. Runaway oxidation is very destructive. Oxidation is actually corrosion, rotten meat, yellowing of apples or brittleness of old rubber. The oxidation caused by free radicals in our bodies causes premature aging, skin wrinkles, arteriosclerosis, joint stiffness, cataracts, cancerous lesions and many other diseases. Some activities in our body often lead to the production of free radicals, such as white blood cell sterilization, the absorption of chemical additives in food, and the normal production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) by our intracellular mitochondria, which reduces our body's ability to effectively resist free radical damage due to our defective nutritional choices, or insufficient antioxidants contained in food.
If we cannot reduce the production of free radicals, but want to be unaffected by it, it is necessary to take antioxidant supplements. OPCs should be taken with foods and supplements rich in vitamins C, E, B, carotene, and selenium, which are antioxidants. Professor Jacques Maskellier, the discoverer of OPC, has experimentally proved that OPC is an important cofactor of vitamin C, which can maximize the benefits of vitamin C. He also pointed out that smart people also take vitamin C every time they take OPC, because OPC is a synergist for vitamin C.
In Europe, OPC has been used under the supervision of the medical community for thirty years, and no side effects have been reported. Some world-renowned scientific institutions, including the Institut Pasteur, have repeatedly conducted routine and scientific trials on the safety of OPCs. The results have been proved that OPC is non-toxic, antigen-free, teratogenic, non-mutagenic and free of carcinogens. A large number of trials and studies have found that OPC can make the skin shiny and elastic, strengthen capillaries, arteries and venous vessels, improve the body's circulatory system and increase the vitality of cells, enhance vision, strengthen memory, reduce the effects caused by stress, and keep joints flexible and elastic.
Let's take a look at the protective role that OPC plays in all aspects of our human health:
1. The guardian of the heart
OPC is the best known guardian of the circulatory system, inhibiting the production of histamine, which inflames cellular tissues. OPC also helps the vascular circulatory system resist the invasion of harmful substances, making the system work properly.
In the United States, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer, but in France its incidence is 50 percent lower, but the French have a much higher intake of food fat than americans, which may be related to the French drinking red wine before eating. People who drink red wine can reduce the incidence of heart disease by 30 to 40 percent, which is why OPC is included in red wine.
2. Enhance the circulatory system
For decades, OPCs have been used in Europe to treat cataracts, varicose veins, and edema caused by diabetes. OPC strengthens the circulatory system (e.g., arteries, veins, and capillaries) and reduces congestion caused by capillary rupture. One of the main functions of capillaries is to absorb nutrients and excrete waste. OPC improves its ability to absorb nutrients and excrete waste.
The heart transports blood through arteries and veins to various parts of the body, and only capillaries can transport the body's essential nutrients to every cell. OPCs neutralize various (water-soluble and fat-soluble) free radicals inside and outside the cell wall, thereby preventing damage to cells by free radicals. OPCs, which provide an effective dose, can see results in a very short time. The results of a study conducted by Professor Henri Choussat of the Bordeaux University in France showed that after taking OPC to forty-seven people aged 37 to 85 years, the strength of capillaries increased by 140 percent after twelve hours.
3. Protect brain function
OPC enhances memory, slows aging and reduces the risk of stroke. Clinical trials have shown that OPC can help restore brain function after stroke. OPC is one of only a few antioxidants that can cross the blood-brain barrier, allowing the barrier to act as a filter to prevent harmful substances from being carried into the brain by the blood. So some reports point out that OPC can improve memory and clear thinking.
Elderly people often have poor blood circulation and are prone to hypoxia, which can cause mental and physical problems such as Alzheimer's disease. OPC scavenged free radicals, inhibiting capillary rupture and destruction of surrounding tissues. OPC also improves capillary status and enhances blood circulation to the brain, so the brain gets more oxygen.
Patients with hyperactivity (ADD) often need to take Ritalin. The side effects of the drug are to affect the normal growth of the body, physiologically dependent on the drug, after discontinuation of the drug can cause obesity, depression and death. According to preliminary reports, OPC can safely and effectively replace Ritalin.
4. Anti-allergic and inflammatory
OPC can help slow and treat many diseases, such as allergies, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, rheumatoid arteritis, sports injuries, and pressure ulcers. When the human body is inflamed, it releases a compound called histamine, which can induce various diseases of the above diseases. OPC inhibits enzymes needed to produce histamine. Now, our bodies are too exposed to chemicals and pollutants from food, drinking water, air, and plants and animals such as pollen. As a result, allergies become a very common disease. Much of the literature has documented OPC's ability to fight allergies and inflammation. ATHLETES APPRECIATE OPC because it makes joints flexible, repairs collagen in connective tissue, and reduces edema. There have also been reports that OPC has improved joint inflammation in many people.
5. Skin beautification and skin care
Europeans call OPC a youth nutraceutical because it rejuvenates collagen and leaves skin smooth and elastic. Collagen is an essential component of the skin and is a gelatinous substance that makes our body a whole. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for biochemical synthesis of collagen. OPC is more of a vitamin C potent. This means that vitamin C can more easily perform all of its functions (including collagen production). OPCs are attached to collagen and can block the harm caused by enzymes that destroy collagen. OPCs not only help collagen fibers form crosslinked structures, but can also help restore damage from over-crosslinking caused by injuries and free radicals. Excessive crosslinking can suffocate and harden connective tissue, causing the skin to wrinkle and age prematurely. Proanthocyanidins also protect the body from sunlight and promote the healing of psoriasis and shou spots. OPC is also an excellent additive for topical skin creams.
6. Protect vision
Micro-megapathy of diabetic retinopathy, which is caused by microbleeds in the capillaries of the eye and is a common cause of blind adults. France has allowed OPC to be treated for many years. This method significantly reduces micro-bleeding from the capillaries of the eye and improves vision. OPCs have also been used to prevent complications after cataract surgery in diabetic patients.
In 1998, experts experimented with many people without eye disease and eye injuries to see if OPC could alleviate night blindness. The participants were divided into two groups, one group was a driver who drove at night, and the other group was accompanied by a computer screen all day, and after four weeks, their blindness tolerance was checked, and 98% of the experimenters improved.
7. Alleviate PMS
Many clinical results suggest that OPC can alleviate PMS that plague women. Because the hormones are out of balance, there are many kinds of conditions that occur psychologically and physically. Fluid retention affects the normal flow of blood, as a result the brain, ovaries and uterus do not get enough oxygen, hypoglycemia may also be a factor that induces PMS, which may manifest itself as any one or all of the following conditions, breast swelling and tenderness, back pain, abdominal billing, muscle spasms, personality changes (such as tantrums, irritability, and even suicidal thoughts), depression, fatigue, syncope, insomnia, arthralgia, headache, urinary closure, etc.

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