An all natural botanical supplement formula for healthy inflammation response.
SPECIAL FORMULA: Green tea extract, curcumin, resveratrol, grape seed extract, pomegranate extract, astaxanthin and more…
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BioSynergy BioSNP supplement is made from the highest quality raw materials with guaranteed potency.
Serving size: 3 Vegetarian Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Decaffeinated Green Tea Extract (Sunphenon®)(Camilia sinensis)(Leaf)[std. to min. 80% Polyphenols, 80% Catechins, 45% EGCG (270 mg)](||600 mg||†|
|Turmeric Extract / Curcumin (BMC-95®)(Curcuma longa)(Root)[std. to min. 95% Curcuminoids Complex] 300 mg||300 mg||†|
|Grape Seed Extract (Vitis vinefera)[std. to min. 90% Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins (OPCs)]||300 mg||†|
|Pomegranate Extract (PomActiv™)(Punica granatum L.)(Fruit)[std. to min. 70% Ellagic Acid]||300 mg||†|
|Trans-Resveratrol (from 300 mg Polygonum cuspidatum extract 50%)(Root)||150 mg||†|
|Ginger Root Extract (Zingiber officinale)(6:1 PE)||180 mg||†|
|†USRDA not established.|
|%DV (%Daily Value)is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Other ingredients: Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source).
Contains no: sugar, salt, starch, yeast, milk, egg, gluten, corn, wheat, peanuts, fish or soybeans.
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule 2 or 3 times daily, preferably with food. Consider taking this product in combination with BioSynergy Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM and Hyaluronic Acid MSM.
BCM-95® is a registered trade mark of DolCas Biotech.
Sunphenon® is a registered trademark of Taiyo International, Inc.
PomActiv™ is a trademark of Cyvex Nutrition.
Studies in the field of nutrigenomics are finding that inherited and age related disadvantaged SNPs (subtypes of different genes) that lead to disease and premature aging can be counteracted by a healthy lifestyle that includes daily consumption of potent antioxidant plant extracts. BioSNP is rich in EGCGs, catechin rich polyphenols, curcuminoids, phenolic compounds, ellagic acid, proanthocyanidins, flavanols, and plant sterols in a highly concentrated full spectrum formulation.
What Are Polyphenols?
Polyphenols, found almost exclusively in plant products, are large, complex molecules. Polyphenol molecules have unique chemical characteristics that include the ability to scavenge reactive oxygen and nitrogen species which blocks oxidative damage that leads to inflammation and the biological aging of tissue.
Curr Aging Sci. 2010 Feb;3(1):34-42
According to Dr. Deepak Bhatt, of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic; anti-inflammatory agents and antioxidants represent a revolutionary “third great wave” in cardiovascular disease prevention. As Bhatt observed in a recent review in American Journal of Cardiology, “the importance of inflammation, a potentially critical element in initiation, progression, and rupture of plaque, has become increasingly evident…The role of inflammation and its principal cause, oxidative stress, are being analyzed as potential targets” for prevention and therapy.
One of the byproducts of inflammation is C-reactive protein (CRP). Recent studies with statin drugs confirm that elevated levels of CRP are linked with cardiovascular disease, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, metabolic disease (pre-diabetes) and cancer. In a recent study, men with elevated CRP levels (>3mg/L of blood) were nearly twice as likely to die from any cause, compared to subjects with normal and low CRP levels.
Together, the antioxidants in BioSNP create an interlinked defense system that protects against disease associated with oxidative stress. Classic antioxidants like Vitamin C and E are important for a healthy diet but their free radical quenching efficiency pales in comparison to polyphenol extracts from green tea, pomegranate, and grape seed. These powerful plant extract antioxidants in BoiSNP are formulated to help prevent the damaging effects of oxidation caused by free radicals. Oxidation contributes to the aging process by damaging your body’s cells including the mitochondria. This oxidation process is thought to play a major role in causing age related diseases.
Mitochondria are intracellular power plants that turn nutrients into energy. The more energy, the better every cell functions. Strong healthy mitochondria are crucial to just about every aspect of human health and fitness. Unfortunately time increases oxidation which is caused by the accumulation of free radicals that harm both the mitochondria and other parts of the cell, resulting in damage that looks and feels like aging. This damage includes a wide array of health problems like unhealthy skin, hair, aches and discomfort, obesity and unhealthy brain function. As your mitochondria go, so does the rest of you.
While an unhealthy diet, lifestyle, or just time leads to oxidation from a build-up of free radicals, the powerful all natural antioxidants in BioSNP are formulated to help halt, and over time, reduce levels of free radicals in your cells, revitalizing and rejuvenating your mitochondria. When your mitochondria are healthy and working as they should, you can feel it. With all of your organs functioning properly, you feel strong, alert, and relaxed with a general feeling of well-being.
BioSNP’s nutrient rich formula is designed to strengthen mitochondria that have become weak and disadvantaged by free radical oxidation. BioSNP can be taken alone or with complimentary supplements like our BioEndurance and Complete Daily Multi.
A recent study published in the European Urology review stated that PSA screenings are relatively uncommon in Japan but a significantly smaller percentage of Japanese men than American men die of prostate cancer each year. This is believed to be due to high consumption of green tea by Japanese men. A study in American Journal of Epidemiology found that men who drank 5 or more cups of green tea a day were half as likely to be diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer as those who drank less than a cup.
Green tea’s benefits come from its catechins, compounds that may target and destroy cancer cells in prostate tissue, according to Dr. Shahnjayla Connors, a cancer researcher at Washington University in St. Louis. She advises drinking brewed green tea every day. For an easy way to boost prostate protection, take a green tea extract supplement with a high catechins content.
The active ingredients in BioSNP are unmatched in quality and when combined, work synergistically.
Some of these specialized ingredients (which are typically sold separately and are expensive) cannot be found for comparison at this time, but using the closest commercially available products we could find, here is the breakdown:
|Green Tea Extract 600mg||x||30 capsules||=||$20.85|
|Turmeric Extract BCM-95 (curcumin) 300mg||x||30 capsules||=||$14.27|
|Grape Seed Extract 300 mg||x||30 capsules||=||$ 5.99|
|Pomegranate Extract 300mg||x||30 capsules||=||$14.99|
|Trans-Resveratrol 150mg||x||30 capsules||=||$14.24|
|Ginger Root Extract 180mg||x||30 capsules||=||$ 2.43|
|Astaxanthin 90mcg||x||30 capsules||=||$ 5.68|
BioSNP sale price $28.99
Green Tea Extract Sunphenon® decaffeinated green tea extract is a series of highly purified polyphenols rich in natural green tea catechins. These polyphenols have been shown to have numerous biochemical and physiological benefits, including healthy inflammation response, antioxidant, anti-microbial, deodorant and thermogenic (fat burning) activities. Sunphenon® was honored with the Industrial Achievement Award, IFT Food Expo 2000, USA.
Turmeric Extract (BCM-95®) BCM-95® curcumin has been shown to have up to 10 times the absorption of standard curcumin and the curcuminoids are absorbed in the ratio in which they occur in nature. The bioavailability of typical turmeric 95% extracts sold in the market is very poor because there are other essential components present in turmeric rhizome which are neglected during the manufacturing process. BCM-95® is a curcuminoids complex which consists of curcumin, desmethoxy curcumin, bis-desmethoxy curcumin, and various volatile essential oils of turmeric. These natural compounds are in the right ratio which gives the synergistic effect in enhancing absorption and bioavailability. It also retains longer in the blood – up to 8 to 10 hours, as opposed to other commercially available turmeric 95% extracts which retain only up to 4 hours in the blood. With BCM-95®, you get the maximum amount of curcumin in the blood and at the same time, the level of curcumin in the blood is maintained for a longer period. Note: It would take approximately 1,750 mg of regular 95% turmeric extract and 37,500 mg of turmeric rhizome powder to equal the effect of only 250 mg of BCM-95® turmeric extract.
Grape Seed Extract The grape seed extract used in BioSNP is a concentrated blend of all natural proanthocyanidins standardized to a minimum of 95% and a minimum 90% oligomeric proanthocyanidins or OPCs. The natural compounds including proanthocyanins and flavanols, are combined and balanced for maximum absorption and bioavailability.
Pomegranate Extract PomActiv™ pomegranate extract is a rich source of phenolic compounds. As a powerful antioxidant, PomActiv™ is standardized to contain a minimum of 70% natural ellagic acid, a known marker compound which is thought to be the key to pomegranates documented health benefits.
Trans-Resveratrol This all natural standardized polygonum cuspidatum extract contains a minimum of 50% trans-resveratrol with a typical HPLC chromatogram assay analysis of 52.7% trans-resveratrol. The extraction process preserves the naturally occurring full range of other biologically beneficial elements including cis-resveratrol, insuring the remarkable health benefits of resveratrol.
Ginger Root Extract 1 part extract is blended with 6 parts ground root to maximize the effectiveness of this natural non-GMO ground ginger root.
Astaxanthin The astaxanthin used in this formula is an extract of Haematococcus plurialis, a green microalgae and one of the richest sources of natural astaxanthin.
Green Tea Extract
EGCG, polyphenols, catechins
Common uses for supplemental Green Tea Extract:
Green Tea Reduces Risk of Disability in Older Individuals
In a 3 year study involving 1,316 men and women aged 65 and older in Japan, for subjects who consumed one to two cups of green tea per day, the risk of becoming disabled was 10% lower than those who reported drinking less than a cup a day. The probability of disability declined with greater tea consumption to a 33% lower risk for those whose intake was five cups per day or more.
Am J Clin Nutr 2012Jan25
Turmeric Extract / Curcumin
The rhizome (root) of turmeric (curcumin longa) has been used traditionally in Asian medicine to treat gastrointestinal upset, joint discomfort, and low energy. Laboratory and animal research has demonstrated healthy inflammation response, antioxidant, and anti-abnormal cell growth properties.
Common uses for supplemental Turmeric Extract / Curcumin:
Curcumin Helps Combat Bacteria, Virus, and Fungi
In a recent study, researchers at Oregon State University found that curcumin, a compound found in the spice turmeric, nearly tripled the expression of a gene that can help improve immune function by combating bacteria, viruses, and fungi that have not yet been encountered by the immune system.
J Nutr Biochem 2012 May 25
Curcumin for Normal, Healthy Mood
A new study published in Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica indicates that curcumin ingredient called BCM-95 was as effective as fluoxetine (such as Prozac) and imipramine (like Tofranil) in an animal model for normal healthy mood.
BMC-95 curcumin is not only significantly better absorbed than standard curcumin; the curcuminoids are absorbed in the ratio in which they occur in nature.
Grape Seed Extract
OPCs, oligomeric proanthocyanidins, catechins, gallic acid
The antioxidant property of OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins) in grape seeds make this extract a candidate in therapies for a wide range of human health issues. Grape seed extract is used in Europe for arterial health, to promote wound healing, to promote a healthy inflammation response.
Common uses for supplemental Grape Seed Extract:
ellagic acid, ellagitannins, punicosides, phenolic compounds
Studies of pomegranate extract and its powerful antioxidant and phytochemical properties, especially that of ellagic acid, have only recently begun but with promising results so far.
Common uses for supplemental Pomegranate Extract:
Pomegranate Extract Supresses Appetite
Animal studies suggest that pomegranate extract may have an important role in preventing diet-induced obesity.1 Pomegranate extract suppressed appetite in animals fed a high-fat diet and inhibited lipase, the pancreatic enzyme that helps break down fats for absorption.2 This reduces after meal glucose spikes for both diabetic and non-diabetic people.3
While some people enjoy pomegranate juice, we caution that it naturally contains more fructose than desirable for most individuals. Standardized pomegranate extract supplies the beneficial polyphenols without the sugar.
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2.Lei F, Zhang XM, Wang W, et al. Evidence of anti-obesity effects of the pomegranate leaf extract in high-fat diet induced obese mice. IntJObes (Lond). 2007Jun;31(6):1023-9
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resveratrol, polygonum cuspidatum
Researchers are focused on enzymes called sirtuins that are activated by resveratrol. When activated, sirtuins have been shown to invigorate mitochondria. A sirtuin known as SIR2 strengthens the cell’s mitochondria keeping them young and vital. Activated SIR2 has been shown in laboratory studies to increase the health, vitality, and lifespan in every organism it has been tested on so far, from aging yeast to rats and mice. Activated SIR2 induced mitochondria have been shown to not only increase lifespan by 30% but include all the other good things you see when mitochondria is working properly like: abundant energy, improved memory, reduced chance of heart abnormalities, abnormal cell growth, joint discomfort and the list goes on.
Common uses for supplemental Trans-Resveratrol:
Ginger Root Extract
The rhizomes (root/stem) of ginger have assumed significant roles in Chinese, Japanese, and Indian medicine since the 1500s. Ginger is often contained in digestive, antitussive (relieving or suppressing coughing), antiflatulent, laxative, and antacid compounds.
Common uses for supplemental Ginger Extract:
Astaxanthin is classified as a xanthophyll, which is a carotenoid pigment. This astaxanthin is derived from Haematococcus pluvialis, a green microalga. Astaxanthin is most commonly used as an antioxidant. Astaxanthin may also be effective in muscle strength and endurance, musculoskeletal injuries, and male infertility. Astaxanthin aids in the absorption of the other nutrients in BioSNP, increasing their bioavailability and effectiveness.
Common uses for supplemental Astaxanthin:
No side effects associated with supplementing with BioSNP™ have been observed when used as directed . If you are taking any prescribed drugs from your physician, please check the drug interactions before taking this nutritional supplement.
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule 2 or 3 times daily, preferably with food. Consider taking this product in combination with BioSynergy Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM and Hyaluronic Acid MSM.
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