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|Packaging Type||Blister, Box|
|Packaging Size||10 x 1 x 10|
|Composition||Vitamin A Palmitate,Grape Seed Extract,Green Tea Extract,Vitamin B1+B2+B6+B12,Lycopene,Lutein|
Approx. 95 / Pack Get Latest Price
|Composition||Mecobalamin 750 mcg,Alpha Lipoic Acid 50 mcg,Vitamin B1 5mg,Vitamin B6 1.5 mg,Folic Acid 0.5 mg|
|Packaging Size||3 x 10|
Ifcobal-Vit capsules contain vitamins and vitamin like-antioxidants. The B group vitamins play pivotal roles and have a great impact on neurological health. These B group vitamins have specific effects on brain cell functions and their deficiency leads to different neurological and psychological problems. Mecobalamin is an essential vitamin for the proper functioning and development of the brain and the nerve cells.
Vitamin B12 or mecobalamin is an essential vitamin for the proper functioning and development of the brain and the nerve cells. It plays an important role in the maintenance of the sheaths that cover and protect the nerves of the central and the peripheral nervous system, ensuring proper and faster nerve-impulse transmission. It is involved in having a healthy nervous system, and plays a vital role in the metabolism of healthy fats essential for maintenance of the important covering that surrounds nerves known as myelin sheath.
Absorbed after oral, sublingual, injection
Excretion: Excretion via urine
Alpha-lipoic acid and its reduced metabolite, Dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), form a redox couple and may scavenge a wide range of reactive oxygen species. Alpha-lipoic acid has been found to decrease urinary isoprostanes, O-LDL and plasma protein carbonyls, markers of oxidative stress. Further, alpha-lipoic acid and its redox couple DHLA have been found to have antioxidant activity in aqueous, as well as in lipophilic regions, and in extra cellular and intracellular environments. Alpha-lipoic acid participates in the recycling of other important biologic antioxidants, such as vitamins E and C, Ubiquinone and glutathione. Both alpha-lipoic acid and DHLA can scavenge hydroxyl radicals, the nitric oxide radical, peroxynitrite, hydrogen peroxide and hypochlorite
Absorption:Alpha-lipoic acid is absorbed from the small intestine. The natural R-entantiomer is more readily absorbed than the L-entantiomer and is the more active form.
It is distributed to the liver via the portal circulation and to various tissues in the body via the systemic circulation. . Alpha-lipoic acid readily crosses the blood-brain barrier. It is found, after its distribution to the various body tissues, intracellularly, intramitochondrialy and extracellularly.
Alpha-lipoic acid is metabolized to its reduced form, dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), by mitochondrial lipoamide dehydrogenase enzyme.