The supplement is a liquid form of chitosan developed by Polish scientists, it has all the properties of standard chitosan.
is a biologically active natural from the polysaccharides group, isolated from the shells of sea crustaceans. Under the influence of digestive enzymes, part of the chitosan is split and absorbed into the blood, while the other part of chitosan, not cleaved by enzymes, acts as an absorbent in the digestive tract.
Biological action of the preparation:
- regulates the ph of the body’s tissues in the low-base direction at which lymphocytes destroying abnormal cells are more active,
- regulates carbohydrate levels,
- regulates blood pressure,
- may contribute to the improvement of triglycerides, lipoproteins and chorestellor
- affects the immune system
- chitosan lactate,
- purified water
HOW TO USE
1 teaspoon of the preparation and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, add 1/2 cup of lukewarm water, drink before or during a meal 3 times a day
Since effective fat binding limits the absorption of lipophilic vitamins – A, D and E, the diet should be enriched with supplements of these three vitamins during the application period. Vitamin preparations as well as medications should be taken for about 1.5 hours. before or after consuming chitosan.
Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. The product cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Store at room temperature, out of reach of small children. After opening, keep in the refrigerator and use within 2 months.
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Researchers have shown that the discovered substance is polymeric inhibitors. They were created on the basis of chitosan – a compound obtained from marine crustaceans. The action of the polymer is based on the fact that it binds to the protein that forms the “crown” of the virus and blocks its interaction with the cellular receptor, and consequently the entry of the virus into the cell.
Chitosan, from which polymer compounds are obtained, is chemically an organic compound from the group of polysaccharides; chitin derivative, resulting from its partial deacetylation.
Chitin deacetylation consists in removing acetyl groups from it, which harden and cement chitin. The highest biochemical activity of chitosan is obtained after its processing in the patented OCHG ™ process. As a result, chitosan lactate, i.e. chitosan, is obtained in the form of oligomers, i.e. polymers, with short chains and a strictly defined molecular weight. Structurally, chitosan is cellulose (fiber) of animal origin, similar to human fibrin. It is completely natural and well tolerated by our body.
Chitosan has a very beneficial effect on the entire body. Experts call it the sixth – after proteins, fats, sugars, minerals and vitamins – a vital ingredient. It effectively cleanses and deacidifies the body, stimulates human defense mechanisms, prevents cancer cells from multiplying, lowers cholesterol, and allows you to reduce body weight. With the help of chitosan, it is possible to overcome many diseases that modern medicine cannot cope with.
CHITOZIN FIT C contains liquid chitosan lactate in the form of oligomers. It is characterized by a very high bioavailability and biochemical activity, which is the most effective among other known products containing chitosan.
Experimental studies confirm the antimicrobial mechanism of action of chitosan. It is associated with the breakdown of the cell wall structure due to free amino groups present in chitosan. The positively charged chitosan interacts with negatively charged chemical bonds in the cell wall of bacteria or viruses, causing them to break down. This occurs through electrostatic forces acting between protonated amino groups and negative residues, competing for electronegative sites on the surface of the microbial cell membrane. This impact changes
permeability of the cell membrane, contribute to its breakdown and leakage of intracellular substance.
Other studies suggest that a polymeric shell is formed around the cell membrane of the microorganism, that is, chitosan forms a kind of coating over the cell of the microorganism that prevents
nutrients getting into this cell. Another discovered mechanism of action of chitosan is the binding of chitosan molecules to microbial or viral DNA, which leads to
inhibition of mRNA and protein synthesis.
It has been proven that chitosan particles are able to penetrate the cell wall of bacteria and reach their genetic material.
It works on all organs, improves the general condition of the body, increasing the pH to 7.35 – 7.4. deacidifies the body. Acidification of the body disrupts all biochemical processes of the body,
blood thickening, circulation disorder, puts a heavy strain on the kidneys, causes joint and muscle pain and promotes the development of cancer cells. Cancer cells cannot reproduce in an alkaline environment.
Therefore, when used in higher doses, chitosan causes the death of cancer cells and reduces the size of the tumors
Chitosan cleanses the digestive tract, liver and the entire body of heavy metals and toxins, binding them and expelling them from the body. The results of the research indicate that it is very effective in improving the condition and functioning
liver and pancreas. Chitosan also binds and expels chlorine ions from table salt, which prevents the production of angiotensin, a substance that causes vasoconstriction. Thanks to this, it has a hypotensive effect,
lowering blood pressure. The preparation binds and expels cholesterol from the gastrointestinal tract because it has positively charged amino groups at the same pH as the gastrointestinal tract. Amine groups bind
contacts negatively charged molecules such as lipids and bile, preventing them from being absorbed and stored by the body. The effect of chitosan in lowering LDL cholesterol can be
explain the theory that chitosan salts react with fatty acids and bind lipids through a hydrophobic interaction mechanism. These bound lipids are excreted from the gastrointestinal tract along with others
waste products, and not reabsorbed as if it had happened naturally.
After its dissolution, a coating forms that protects, eliminates acidity, stimulates healing processes, heals erosions, ulcers and mucosal defects. Mucosal defects are the cause of a leaky gut
(“Leaky Gut Syndrome”). Leaky gut syndrome is one of the leading causes of allergies and autoimmune diseases because undigested nutrients (e.g. casein, gluten) and toxins
penetrate through openings in the intestinal mucosa, penetrate the bloodstream and consequently trigger an immune response from the immune system
Leaky gut syndrome is often caused by Candida. Candida albicans is a parasitic fungus that lives in the human digestive tract. If dysbiosis occurs, i.e. the proper composition of the intestinal microbiota is disturbed, yeasts begin to multiply and dominate. As a result, they release a number of toxins and metabolites that enter the bloodstream and poison the entire body. This has a negative impact on a number of processes in the body, disrupts its functioning, leading to diseases, including cancer. Chitosan oligomers are effective in inhibiting Candide.
Hyaluronic acid is also the main component of the synovial fluid. It is responsible for the viscosity of the synovial fluid, lubricating the articular surfaces and nourishing the cartilage. Therefore, chitosan used for longer improves joint mobility.
- They strengthen the body’s immunity by increasing the activity of T lymphocytes,
- They inhibit infections with pathogenic microorganisms,
- They eliminate acidification of the organism, increase the pH by alkaline action,
- They have anti-cancer properties, inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells and the formation of metastases,
- They cleanse the body of heavy metals and other harmful substances (mercury, cadmium, pesticides, artificial colors,
- Has antihypertensive effect – lowers blood pressure, reduces capillary contractility,
- They lower cholesterol levels, reduce the absorption of fats and cholesterol in the intestines, cleanse blood vessels from cholesterol plaques
- They improve the functioning of the liver and pancreas
- They help control blood sugar levels,
- They protect the gastrointestinal mucosa, effectively accelerate the healing of erosions and ulcers,
- They fight leaky gut syndrome – one of the leading causes of allergies and autoimmune diseases,
- Eliminates heartburn, acidity and gas,
- They improve the condition of the intestinal microbiota – they cleanse intestinal villi, improve intestinal peristalsis,
- Increases skin elasticity and joint mobility, strengthens connective and cartilage tissue
- with reduced immunity and immune disorders,
- in cancer prevention, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, intoxication,
- in the prevention of cardiovascular disease; atherosclerosis, infarcts, strokes,
- in hypertension,
- in abnormal liver and pancreatic function and diabetes,
- acidity and heartburn
- in inflammation, erosions and ulcerations of the gastrointestinal tract,
- gastrointestinal yeast,
- food poisoning,
Use 5 ml (a teaspoon) 3 times a day for ½ glass of water, preferably in the morning and evening and before eating.
For prophylactic purposes, 1-2 months, 2-3 times a year.
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