Retain Healthy Aging and Boost your Immune System

Retain Healthy Aging and Boost your Immune System

Dec 1, 2016


We are exposed daily to free radical which arise through many mechanisms such as environmental factors include pollution, cigarette smoking and sun ray. An overloading of free radicals in the body causes cell mutations, damage immune function and resulting in disease and aging. Thus our body needs antioxidants that can prevent oxidation process of free radical that is damaging to our body.


Antioxidants work better in combination compared to individual antioxidants and BiO-LiFE Anti-FR + Selenium contains a wide range of antioxidants. Anti-FR + Selenium supplement comprises of Vitamin C, vitamin E, B vitamins, zinc, selenium, garlic and beta carotene.  Several benefits are Vitamin C, E, B vitamins, zinc and selenium contains antioxidant properties that helps to reduce the risk of oxidative cell damage caused by free radicals1. This helps in aging process. Garlic help to increase the overall antioxidant levels of the body to promotes the well-being of the immune systems and helps maintain healthy blood circulation2.


Besides that, Anti-FR + Selenium has high bioavailability of organic selenium whereby the selenium is in the form of selenomethionine is better absorbed than other forms of non-organic selenium. Selenium is an essential mineral found in the body. It helps to promote normal growth, improve certain energy-producing cells and boost the immune system3. Other than that, beta carotene helps in maintenance of growth, vision and tissue differentiation. Vitamin C can also support healthy bones, gums and general well-being while zinc helps to metabolise carbohydrates, fats and protein. BiO-LiFE Anti-FR + Selenium is a good antioxidant formula to promote good health and safeguard against free radical damage and is suitable for both adult and children that often exposed to sunlight and pollution.

  1. Wintergerst, E.S., Maggini, S. and Hornig, D.H. 2006. Immune-enhancing role of vitamin C and zinc and effect on clinical conditions. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 50: 85-94.
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