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Apple Polyphenols Supplement
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Apple polyphenols show a particular promise as anti-aging nutrients.

  • Polyphenols activate genes which stimulate endogenous antioxidant defenses.
  • May help to reduce glucose resistance and counter glycation.
  • Has antioxidant power that helps fight free radicals.
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Apple Polyphenol Supplement

Apple polyphenol supplements support the proverb that, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." Our apple polyphenol dietary supplement has no known side effects and offers several health benefits. Made with a natural apple polyphenol extract, it’s suitable for all health-conscious individuals.

What are apple polyphenols?

The term polyphenols are used to describe a variety of compounds occurring naturally in foods. These polyphenols act as antioxidants, helping to neutralize free radicals that could lead to damage to the cells.

It's believed that polyphenols can reduce the risk of various health conditions caused by free radical damage.

To date, there are over 8,000 varieties of polyphenols identified. These are often classified into four main categories, flavonoids, polyphenolic amides, phenolic acids and other polyphenols.

Apple polyphenol falls into the flavonoids category. This is the same group that accounts for about 60% of all polyphenols, including kaempferol, quercetin, anthocyanins and catechins.

Polyphenols Benefits

What is an apple polyphenol supplement used for in regards to benefiting health and wellbeing? The apple extract benefits may extend to multiple body systems, providing overall support for health.

Whether you want to look at using polyphenols for weight loss or you are interested in the apple extract benefits for skin, it's important to look at the latest scientific studies.

Plant polyphenols are showing particular potential as anti-aging nutrients. In recent studies, polyphenols from apples were linked to a lifespan increase of up to 12% in laboratory models.

Studies suggest that polyphenols activate genes that stimulate both endogenous antioxidant defenses and impact other genes involved in premature cell death. Epidemiological research shows a positive correlation between consumption of flavonoids —particularly apples — in general and longevity.

What do studies show about polyphenol supplements?

To fully understand the many apple peel extract benefits, you have to look at the science.

Many studies demonstrate the wide-ranging applications and polyvalence of apple polyphenols:

  • Studies indicate apple polyphenols act as free radical-quenching antioxidants, which increases the activity of the endogenous antioxidant paraoxonase, specifically, by over 20%.
  • Research shows it acts as anti-anaphylactic in certain cases of managing skin health.
  • Clinical trials indicate it may be an effective anti-infective and anti-microbial agent.
  • Studies show apple polyphenols may support gum health.
  • Research shows they may even be effective tooth-whiteners and fighters of bad breath.
  • Studies show it is an anti-allergenic and anti-histamine and may help combat seasonal allergies.
  • According to some research, apple polyphenols may also support blood flow and blood health.
  • Clinical trials show apple polyphenols may support heart health.
  • Animal studies show apple polyphenols may reduce the formation of high oxidant compounds.
  • In research conducted on 45 overweight adults, daily supplementation with 600 mg of apple polyphenols correlated with reduced visceral fat over a 12-week period. In another study, participants who took supplements saw an 8.9% reduction of visceral fat in 16 weeks.

More research is needed to find how polyphenols benefit skin, as well as to understand the relationship between polyphenols and weight loss in the long term.

Potential Apple Polyphenols Side Effects

After reading all of the apple polyphenol benefits, you may have determined this supplement is right for you. However, it's necessary to do your own research before you buy polyphenol supplements.

Whether you want to use apple extract for skin health or any other polyphenol supplement benefits, you should understand all of the data that's available first. While apple polyphenols are completely safe for most people, you could be the exception, which could lead to side effects.

Discuss the use of apple peel extract with your physician to see if it is right for you. Your healthcare provider will consider your current health condition, as well as your existing prescriptions and supplements, to ensure there won't be any unusual interactions.

If you notice any strange or negative effects once you start taking apple extract polyphenols, stop the apple polyphenol dietary supplement regimen immediately. You should only begin your regimen and again once your doctor has confirmed clearance to do so.

Apple extract supplements come from a food source, making it safer than some other supplements. However, pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should avoid it. We advise you to follow all directions from your primary care provider and midwife before taking this supplement during these times.

Daily dose : 1 tablet
Number of doses per box: 30
Amount per dose
Extract of apple standardized to 80 % polyphenols and 5 % phloridzin 600 mg
Other ingredients : Magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose.
Directions for use

How To Take an Apple Peel Supplement

You don't have an excessive commitment when you take apple polyphenol capsules. We recommend most adults take one tablet a day to support optimal health. Each 600 mg tablet contains extract of apples standardized to 80% polyphenols and 5% phloridzin. The only other ingredients included with the tablets include magnesium stearate and microcrystalline cellulose.

If you take one tablet a day, the box will last you for thirty days. If a supplement has reached its "best by" date, you should dispose of it properly and open a new box.

You can take your supplement with or without food. If you have any stomach irritation after taking it, you may prefer pairing it with some food instead.

Our apple polyphenol supplement is intended to be used by healthy adults only. Keep it out of the reach of children and pets. You should also store your supplements out of direct sunlight. It's best to keep them in a dry, cool location, such as your bathroom medicine cabinet.

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