7Nutrition ALA 600 mg - improvement of insulin sensitivity
7 Nutrition ALA 600 mg natural alpha-lipoic acid also known as thiooctanoic acid. It is an organic compound with high antioxidant potential. ALA is used in the prevention of neurological diseases, regulates the work of the circulatory system, prevents obesity, supports the work of the liver, and also increases cognitive functions. In addition, it is an effective means of preventing cancer.
7Nutrition ALA 600mg is:
- A high dose of ALA per serving,
- Improvement of inulin sensitivity,
- Better food absorption,
- Better use of energy,
- It improves glycemia
What is ALA?
Alpha-lipoic acid is synthesized naturally in the body, but only in limited amounts, sufficient to satisfy only basic metabolic processes. Supplementation with the compound allows you to enjoy an exceptionally high antioxidant potential and additional benefits resulting from its operation. The supplement is recommended for use by athletes, because it increases training endurance, allowing you to perform intense workouts.
Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is an organic chemical compound that belongs to the group of saturated fatty acids. It is present in every cell of our body and has two basic functions: it participates in the production of energy from food and acts as an antioxidant, i.e. it neutralizes free radicals - harmful molecules that arise as a result of stress, pollution, smoking or UV radiation.
ALA is unique in that it is able to work in both aqueous and fatty environments, which means that it can protect both the inside of cells and their membranes. In addition, it can regenerate other antioxidants, such as vitamin C, vitamin E or coenzyme Q10, increasing their effectiveness. ALA is also called a "universal" antioxidant because it can penetrate the blood-brain barrier and reach the brain and nervous system, where it protects neurons from damage. This is very important for mental health and memory.
What are the properties and uses of ALA acid?
- Improves the metabolism of sugars and fats - ALA acid increases the sensitivity of cells to insulin, the hormone responsible for transporting glucose to cells. Thanks to this, it lowers blood sugar levels and prevents insulin resistance - a condition conducive to the development of type 2 diabetes. In addition, ALA acid stimulates fat burning and inhibits its deposition in tissues.
- Supports slimming - ALA acid not only helps burn fat, but also reduces appetite and cravings for sweets. Studies have shown that people using ALA acid supplementation in combination with a reduction diet lost more body weight and body fat than people on the diet alone. ALA may also limit the production of chemerin - a protein that increases the risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome.
- Treats diabetes and its complications - ALA acid is effective in the treatment of diabetic neuropathy, i.e. nerve damage caused by high blood sugar levels. ALA acid relieves symptoms of neuropathy, such as pain, numbness, tingling or sensory disturbances. In addition, ALA may prevent or delay the development of other complications of diabetes, such as retinopathy (damage to the retina), nephropathy (damage to the kidneys) and atherosclerosis (narrowing of the blood vessels).
- Protects the liver - ALA acid has a hepatoprotective effect, i.e. protective for the liver. It helps to regenerate damaged liver cells and restore its proper functioning. ALA acid can be helpful in the treatment of liver diseases such as cirrhosis, steatosis and inflammation. It can also help detoxify the body from toxins and medications.
- Slows down the aging process - ALA acid is one of the strongest antioxidants that fight free radicals - the main perpetrators of cell and tissue aging. ALA protects DNA and proteins against damage and mutations, which prevents the formation of cancer and degenerative diseases. ALA acid also improves the condition of the skin, hair and nails, giving them a youthful appearance and glow.
- Improves cognitive functions and memory - ALA acid has the ability to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and reach the brain and nervous system, where it acts as an antioxidant and neuroprotector. ALA protects neurons from damage and death, improves blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain, stimulates the formation of new nerve connections and supports learning and memory processes. ALA may be helpful in preventing or treating neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or stroke.
1 capsule 2 times a day