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Product: Grape Seed Extract

Company: Natural Factors

Size: 60 Capsules

Ingredients: Grape Seed Extract ( Guaranteed minimum 95% Leucoanthocyanins ) 50mg.

Dosage: Take two to four capsules per day or as directed by a physician.

Contains no artificial preservatives, color, corn, dairy, gluten, soya, sweeteners or yeast.

Description: Grape Seed extract is an excellent source of proanthocyanidins. A quality grape seed extract will contain high amounts of leucoanthocyanins (proanthocyanidins). These very bioavailable, water-soluble compounds (so named because they are precursors to the red and blue pigments found in many plants) are natural antioxidants. Some experts say that they are the most powerful free radical scavengers ever discovered. As such, proanthocyanidins have a beneficial effect on the ravages of aging and many degenerative diseases caused by oxidation.

Grape seed extract also contains the gallic esters of proanthocyanidins - in particular Proanthocyanidin B2-3-0-gallate - described as very active substances in the battle against free radicals.

High quality grape seed extract, a by-product of the wine industry, is regularly tested for pesticide residues. It is recommended for arthritis, bursitis, gum disease, and heart disease. It is often recommended as a source of proanthocyanidins for those who are allergic to pine bark and unable to take Pycnogenol.


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