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BioSNP™ Natural Anti Inflammatory & Anti Aging Supplement (90 Vegetarian Capsules)
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Product Description » BioSNP™ natural anti inflammatory & healthy joint tissue (90 Vegetarian Capsules)

New and Improved

An all natural botanical supplement formula for healthy inflammation response and healthy joint tissue.

SPECIAL FORMULA

Scientific studies have shown that the curcuminoids from turmeric can help to support the proper activity of critical enzymes naturally present during typical biological stress. Studies on Bromelain, an enzyme derived from pineapple, indicate that it may reinforce normal immune system response. We combine Turmeric and Bromelain to help maintain healthy joint tissues faced with occasional overstress or day-to-day use.

Feel the difference in your overall well-being!

BioSynergy BioSNP supplement is made from the highest quality raw materials with guaranteed potency.

Supplement Facts
Serving size: 2 Vegetarian Capsules
Servings Per Container: 45
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Turmeric Root Extract (Curcuma longa)
(Standardized to min. 95% Curcuminoids)
600 mg
Bromelain (2400 GDU/g)† (from Pineapple) 300 mg
†USRDA not established.
%DV (%Daily Value)is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Other ingredients: Cellulose (capsule), Stearic Acid (vegetable source), Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source) and Silica.

Contains no: wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, fish, shellfish or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.

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.

BioSNP™ Benefits:

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.

Inflammation, Joint and Muscle Discomfort

BioSNP is taken for healthy inflammatory response. Inflammation is intimately involved in aging and the manifestations of age-related diseases. BioSNP’s  properties may provide a healthy response to joint stiffness, muscle soreness, and age-related immune dysfunction.

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.

 

The active ingredients in BioSNP are unmatched in quality and when combined, work synergistically.

Ingredients note: BioSNP contains only the highest purity all natural botanicals.

Turmeric Extract  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. 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. 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.

Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes found in pineapples that digest protein, proteolytic. Pineapple has been used to treat indigestion and reduce inflammation for centuries in some countries. The German Commission E approved bromelain to treat swelling and inflammation after sinus surgery. Bromelain can be used as a treatment for a number of conditions. Bromelain is particularly effective in reducing inflammation from infection and injuries.

BioSNP™ Ingredient Info & Benefits:

 

Turmeric Extract / Curcumin
curcuminoid complex

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:

  • Abnormal Cell Growth Many studies indicate that turmeric extract / curcumin consumption helps support and maintain healthy cell function. 24-36
  • Blood Fat Studies suggest that curcumin helps control blood fat levels. 42
  • Blood Glucose Turmeric Extract / curcumin may promote healthy glucose response. 40,41
  • Cognitive Function / Brain Curcumin has been shown in studies to have antioxidant and healthy inflammation response properties that support healthy cognition in older adults. Vitamin D3 and Curcumin have a synergistic effect in promoting healthy brain function. 37,38,39
  • Exercise Performance Curcumin reduces exercise related joint discomfort and improves running performance in animal study. 47
  • Healthy Inflammation response Many studies indicate that turmeric extract / curcumin is a powerful aid for promoting a healthy inflammation response. 11,23,40,43,44,45
  • Joint Health Studies indicate that turmeric extract / curcumin helps support and maintain normal joint health. 2
  • Virus Curcumin has been shown to inhibit the growth of some types of virus in cell culture. 46

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

 

Four Bromelain Benefits, and How to Add More to Your Diet

Nothing screams “tropical beach vacation” like a golden slice of pineapple on the rim of your glass. Otherwise seen in a fruit salad mix or a party tray, it always seems to take on more of the accessory role than being the main attraction itself. However, entirely more credit is due to the pineapple, given its little known but incredibly powerful enzyme that is, if at all, insignificantly present in any other food out there: bromelain. From an anti-inflammatory to cancer-prevention tool to treating digestive disorders, bromelain is truly a standout enzyme hitting too many health bases to not be a regular staple in one’s diet.

Let’s take a look.

  1. Speeds Injury and Surgery Recovery, Naturally

Due to its highly effective anti-inflammatory properties, bromelain will help you recover faster from surgery and injury. With properties that also help to prevent blood clots and edema, it may be a full-spectrum solution on this front, getting you back on your feet in no time. (1) Should you also be on any antibiotics for recovery, bromelain will work synchronously with them to significantly improve absorption rates.

  1. Cancer Prevention

Many studies have shown a link between bromelain intake and reduced risk of cancer, especially with breast and lung cancers. Bromelain works to prevent tumor growth and promote apoptotic cell death, in addition to inducing the production of cytokines, which increases the die-off of cancer cells. (2)

  1. Digestive Disorder Help

Just as it helps to absorb antibiotics (and other medications) more effectively, bromelain works to better everyday digestion, too, and even helps to moderate digestive disorders. Bromelain digests proteins efficiently and also heals the gastrointestinal tract lining, making it an incredible tool for those suffering from IBS, dyspepsia, heartburn, and Crohn’s Disease. (3)

  1. Relieving Joint Pain and Osteoarthritis Care

Going hand in hand with its anti-inflammatory benefits, Bromelain has been shown to significantly reduce both acute and chronic joint pain, with added analgesic (pain-killing) characteristics. (4) As a natural supplement, bromelain has not shown any signs of side effects or toxicity levels, making it a safer alternative to other osteoarthritis care.

Of course, the more fresh foods in the diet the better. But, in most of the world, truly fresh pineapples can be hard to come by, and the highest, most effective concentrations of bromelain are actually found in the core and stem of the pineapple, and not the flesh we typically consume. And, you might be thinking about that prickly sensation on your tongue, seemingly unavoidable after a few slices or a glass of fresh pineapple juice. This sensation is actually caused by bromelain itself, as the protein-digesting enzyme it is. That said, it’s best to take it in supplement form, so you can bypass the tingle and get the concentrated goodness working immediately.

For one of the purest formulations on the market, try the customized BioSNP formula, which is a simple but supercharged combination of bromelain and turmeric. (The latter is known for both glucose and inflammation response, to work in sync with bromelain’s plethora of benefits). It’s the proactive approach for anti-inflammation, joint care, and, as you now know – so much more.

BioSNP™ Side Effects:

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.

Drug Interactions

BioSNP™ Dosage:

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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Product Reviews » BioSNP™ natural anti inflammatory & healthy joint tissue (90 Vegetarian Capsules)

8 responses to “BioSNP™ natural anti inflammatory & healthy joint tissue (90 Vegetarian Capsules)”

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    “I have occasional headaches and migraines. I was taking Advil but it got to a point that it didn’t work any more. I originally purchased this product for my inflammation and have been taking it everyday. I take two capsules when I have a bad headache. It works really well for me. Thank you.”

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    “I’m 49 years old and started taking BioSNP hoping that it might help me feel more alert and energetic and it did but with an unexpected side effect. My typically sore knees haven’t been nearly as sore lately. Nothing else has been changed with my lifestyle so I’m assuming the benefit is from your product. Thank you.”

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