A superbly effective antioxidant supplement to support your health
Environmental pollutants attack our bodies every day. We are constantly
bombarded by "free radicals" that can damage our cells. Free radicals are
produced by tobacco smoke, air pollution, ultraviolet rays, herbicides, toxic
chemicals, saturated fats and stress. In fact, a stressful lifestyle further robs our
bodies of our natural supply of antioxidants.
We do our best to fight back. Doctors and scientists tell us to exercise and eat
foods containing antioxidants, such as fruits, vegetables and grains; however,
in today's hectic world, we don't always have the time or opportunity. That's
why millions of people take vitamin and mineral supplements in an effort to
boost their immune systems.
With Schizandra Plus, Herbalife has taken the fight a giant step further. The colorful
berries of the Schizandra plant have been a staple of Chinese herbalists for
centuries and are known throughout Asia for their positive effect on the body.
Schizandra is considered a great source for adaptogens, known to help our
bodies adjust to environmental conditions.
- Helps your body help itself: The adaptogens contained in Schizandra Plus
help counteract energy loss from stress or environmental pollution. These
nutrients affect the energy supply to the cells, energizing them even when the
body is subjected to adverse conditions.
- From folklore to modern use: According to the folklore of the Far East,
Schizandra fruit has long been used for speedy re-energizing and to relieve
- Selenium works synergistically with vitamin E: Eating fruits, herbs and
vegetables grown in selenium-rich soil is beneficial. However, there are many
places where the soil's selenium level is low. Schizandra Plus combines
vitamins E and C with selenium for maximum antioxidant support.
- Combine with other Herbalife products: Schizandra Plus can be used in conjunction with the
ShapeWorks Weight Management Programs
and Herbalife's entire line of nutritional products.
Did You Know?
Adaptogens, the key nutrients found in Schizandra, are not found in everyday
foods and were largely unknown to most of the world for centuries. In the
1970s, Russian scientists named them the "missing nutrients" when they were
discovered in Schizandra berries and other plants growing in the mountainous
regions of Tibet, North Korea and Siberia.
Traditionally a part of Eastern medicine, the tiny red schizandra berries grow on vines
and are native to northern China, Japan and Korea. The fruit itself has been described
as having a sweet, sour, salty, hot and bitter taste. For this description, the Chinese
name for schizandra is "we-wei-zi", meaning "five-taste fruit".
- Rich in schizandra berries which are great adaptogens that help the body to
adjust to environmental conditions.
- Includes vitamin E, an important fat-soluble vitamin with antioxidant qualities
that prevents deterioration of lipids and essential oils, including Omega-3 fatty acids.
- Contains selenium, a trace element associated with fat metabolism.
- Has ascorbyl palmitate, a fat-soluble form of vitamin C that activates its
antioxidant activity in the fatty tissues of the body.
- Easy-to-swallow tablets.
Take one tablet two times per day, preferably one in the morning and one in the evening.
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