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Vision B Seventeen Apricot Lifestyle Drink 200g (20g x 10 sachets)

Performance is key in today's fast-moving and high pressure lifestyle. It is not uncommon when both the body and mind are called upon to perform at optimal levels for long periods at a time. The Vision B Seventeen Apricot Lifestyle Drink (ALD) was specially formulated with this in mind. When mentally and physically tired, and energy levels are low, nothing fixes you better than a sachet of ALD which quickly improves blood circulation through dilation of blood vessels. When necessary, just one sachet of ALD dissolved in about 200 ml of drinking water is enough to give you an immediate energy and alertness boost.

One sachet a day is recommended for the first three days followed by a sachet every three days. ALD comes in monthly supply boxes of 10 sachets each.

Regular consumption of ALD and improved circulatory system brings long term benefits as follows:
- Body detoxification
- Healthier heart and blood vessels
- Alleviates high blood pressure and high cholesterol
- Healthier cells and rejuvenated organs
- Improved metabolism
- Improved bowel movement
- Slowed aging and generally rejuvenated body
- Improved memory and general mental well being
- Mitigates against gout and diabetes
- Improved libido

Vision B Seventeen ALD is a herbal blend of:

a. Hawthorn
A shrub found native in Europe, Africa and Asia. Hawthorn (Crataegus species) has been used to treat heart disease as far back as the 1st century. By the early 1800s, American doctors were using it to treat circulatory disorders and respiratory illnesses. Traditionally, the berries were used to treat heart problems ranging from irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, chest pain, hardening of the arteries, and heart failure. Today, the leaves and flowers are used medicinally, and there is good evidence that hawthorn can treat mild-to-moderate heart failure.

Animal and laboratory studies report hawthorn contains antioxidants, including oligomeric procyandins (OPCs, also found in grapes) and quercetin. Antioxidants are substances that destroy free radicals -- compounds in the body that damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Free radicals occur naturally in the body and grow in number as we age. Environmental toxins (including ultraviolet light, radiation, smoking, some medicines, and air pollution) can also increase the number of these damaging particles. Free radicals are believed to contribute to the aging process (such as wrinkling) as well as the development of a number of health problems including cancer and heart disease. Antioxidants found in hawthorn can stop some of the damage from free radicals, especially when it comes to heart disease.Hawthorn contains many substances that may benefit the heart. The antioxidant flavonoids -- including OPCs -- helps dilate blood vessels, improve blood flow, and protect the blood vessels from damage.

The berries, leaves, and flowers of the hawthorn plant have been used for medicinal purposes. Most modern preparations use the leaves and flowers, which are believed to contain more of the flavonoids than the berries.Hawthorn is considered a safe herb. Side effects are rare, but may include headache, nausea, and palpitations (a feeling of a racing heart). A recent review of 29 clinical studies with more than 5,500 patients found that hawthorn was safe when used in recommended dosages. Doses found to be safe were from 160 - 1,800 mg daily and from 3 - 24 weeks in length.

b. Guar Gum
Guar gum is a water-soluble fiber that acts as a bulk forming laxative, and as such, it is claimed to be effective in promoting regular bowel movements and relieve constipation and chronic related functional bowel ailments, such as diverticulosis, Crohn's disease,colitis and irritable bowel syndrome, among others. The increased mass in the intestines stimulates the movement of waste and toxins from the system, which is particularly helpful for good colon health, because it speeds the removal of waste and bacteria from the bowel and colon.

Several studies have found significant decreases in human serum cholesterol levels following guar gum ingestion. These decreases are thought to be a function of its high soluble fiber content.

Guar gum has been considered of interest in regard to both weight loss and diabetic diets. It is a thermogenic substance. Moreover, its low digestibility lends its use in recipes as a filler, which can help to provide satiety, or slow the digestion of a meal, thus lowering the glycemic index of that meal. In the late 1980s, guar gum was used and heavily promoted in several weight-loss products.

Guar gum supports increased absorption of calcium occurring in the colon instead of in the small intestine. This means lesser amounts of calcium may be consumed to obtain its recommended minimum daily intake (RDI). This has obvious implications for reduced calorie diets, since some calcium-rich dairy products tend to be high in calories.

Some studies have found guar gum to improve dietary glucose tolerance. Research has revealed the water-soluble fiber in it may help people with diabetes by slowing the absorption of sugars by the small intestine. Although the rate of absorption is reduced, the amount of sugar absorbed is the same overall. This helps diabetic patients by lowering the amount of insulin needed to keep the blood glucose at a normal level.

It also functions as an adjuvant for diabetic drugs that are sometimes employed for the treatment of non-insulin dependent diabetes. The effect is to help lower blood glucose levels. Thus, diabetic patients who are taking drugs should consult their doctors before supplementing with guar gum.

c. Taxillus Twigs (Taxillus Chinensis herb)
The branches and leaves of Taxillus chinensis (DC.) Danser have long been used as traditional Chinese medicine for liver and kidney reinforcement and replenishment, tendons and bones strengthening, relief for rheumatic conditions and abortion prevention. It has also been used as an anti-obesity herbal medicine because it exhibits potent inhibition on fatty acid synthase. Fatty acid synthase (FAS), the sole mammalian enzyme capable of de novo fatty acid synthesis, is highly expressed in most human carcinomas. FAS is associated with poor prognosis in breast and prostate cancer, is elaborated into the blood of cancer patients, and its inhibition is selectively cytotoxic to human cancer cells. Thus, FAS and fatty acid metabolism in cancer has become a focus for the potential diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

d. Citric Acid
Citric Acid is used in the Apricot Lifestyle drink as a flavouring as well as a natural preservative.

e. Glucose, Maltodextrin and Apricot Powder is used in this product for flavouring.