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SENSICOL 30CPR BENEFICA

SENSICOL 30CPR BENEFICA

CONCESSIONARIA ITALIA Snc

Codice: 975025356

prezzo: € 18,50


Descrizione del prodotto

Sensicol

Descrizione
Integratore completamente naturale a base di: estratti secchi titolati di finocchio dolce, anice verde, boswellia e curcuminoidi; oli essenziali di finocchio dolce, carvi, cannella e zenzero; polvere di carruba; vitamine D, A, B2 (riboflavina), biotina, niacina; F.O.S. (frutto oligosaccaridi).
-Finocchio dolce, anice verde, carvi e cannella sostengono la normale funzione digestiva e contribuiscono alla regolare motilità gastrointestinale e all'eliminazione dei gas.
-La carruba contribuisce alla regolarità del transito intestinale con azione emolliente e lenitiva sul sistema digerente.
-Lo zenzero sostiene la funzione digestiva e contribuisce alla regolarità della motilità intestinale e all'eliminazione dei gas e analogamente alla boswellia, che contribuisce anch'essa alla fisiologica funzionalità del sistema digerente, contribuisce al contrasto degli stati di tensione localizzati.
-I curcuminoidi (Curcuma longa L.) esercitano un utile effetto antiossidante.
-La vitamina B2 (riboflavina), la vitamina A e la niacina contribuiscono al mantenimento di membrane mucose normali così come la biotina che contribuisce anche al normale metabolismo dei macronutrienti. La vitamina D contribuisce alla normale funzione del sistema immunitario.
-I F.O.S. (frutto oligosaccaridi) contribuiscono al mantenimento del normale equilibrio della flora batterica intestinale.

Caratteristiche nutrizionali
Valori medi Per 2 compresse
Boswellia serrata Roxb., e.s.
-da cui apporto in acidi boswellici 65%
180 mg
117 mg
Foeniculum vulgare Mill. (Finocchio dolce) e.s.
-da cui apporto in olio essenziale 2%
180 mg
3,6 mg
Curcuminoidi 95% (Curcuma longa L.) 95 mg
Pimpinella anisum L. (Anice verde) e.s.
-da cui apporto in olio essenziale 0,5%
100 mg
5 mg
Ceratonia siliqua L. (Carruba) plv 200 mg
Frutto-oligosaccaridi 100 mg
Niacina 16 mg
Olio essenziale di Foeniculum vulgare Mill. 20 mg
Olio essenziale di Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume 10 mg
Olio essenziale di Carum carvi L. 10 mg
Olio essenziale di Zingiber officinale Roscoe 10 mg
Vitamina A 800 mcg (100% VNR*)
Vitamina D 5 mcg (100% VNR*)
Riboflavina (Vitamina B2) 1,4 mg (100% VNR*)
Biotina 50 mcg (100% VNR*)
*VNR: Valore Nutritivo di Riferimento giornaliero (adulti) ai sensi del Reg. (UE) n. 1169/2011.

Modalità d'uso
Assumere 1 compressa 2 volte al giorno da deglutire con un po' di acqua, preferibilmente 1 compressa dopo pranzo e 1 compressa dopo cena.

Avvertenze
Non superare la dose consigliata. Tenere fuori dalla portata dei bambini al di sotto dei tre anni di età. Gli integratori alimentari non vanno intesi come sostituti di una dieta variata ed equilibrata di un sano stile di vita. Non assumere in gravidanza, durante l'allattamento ed in caso di allergia nota o presunta verso uno o più dei componenti. Non somministrare ai bambini. In presenza di patologie ed in caso di concomitante assunzione di farmaci si consiglia di sentire il parere del medico prima di assumere il prodotto. In caso di alterazioni della funzione epatica, biliare o di calcolosi delle vie biliari, l'uso del prodotto è sconsigliato. Se si stanno assumendo farmaci, è opportuno sentire il parere del medico.

Conservazione
Conservare in luogo fresco e asciutto, al riparo dalla luce.
Validità a confezionamento integro: 36 mesi.

Formato
Astuccio da 30 compresse filmate da 1.200 mg.
Peso netto: 36 g.

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