Frequently Asked Questions about ProancynolWho should use AIM Proancynol 2000?
Anyone who is concerned with overall health and a healthy immune system. AIM Proancynol 2000 is especially suited to those who have a lifestyle that may generate more free radicals than normal. This would include living in polluted environments, smoking, or participating in extensive exercise (exercise creates free radicals).
Is there anyone who should not take AIM Proancynol 2000?
There are no known safety considerations concerning the ingredients in AIM Proancynol 2000. However, due to the alpha-lipoic acid present, diabetics should monitor their blood sugar levels. Pregnant women and people who are using other medications or who have serious health problems should always consult their health practitioners when adding new substances to their diet.
Does the green tea extract contain caffeine?
The green tea used in AIM Proancynol 2000 is decaffeinated using a water filtration-decaffeination process. Like all decaffeinated products, some amounts of caffeine remain.
What can you tell me about the ingredients found in AIM Proancynol 2000?
The extracts (green tea, grape seed, and rosemary) are obtained by using an alcohol and water extraction process. Although the original plants are not organically grown, any impurities that were present in the raw materials are not present in the finished product. The grape seeds are derived from both red and white grapes. The rosemary is standardized to 6 percent carnosic acid. The alpha-lipoic acid is derived from potatoes.
Can you tell us more about free radicals?
Think of a fire. It is continuously burning, creating energy. In this process, sparks are thrown off. If the sparks are minimal, or land in a safe place, there is no damage. However, if the sparks multiply, or land on something flammable, a greater fire and destruction may result. However, if we put a grill around the fireplace, the sparks hit this and fall to the ground extinguished. They can do no harm, no matter how many are produced.
This is what happens to us. Our bodies continuously produce free radicals, which are our sparks. These sparks are multiplied because of the foods we eat and the environment in which we live. When too many free radicals are created, they can result in damageómany of todayís most frequent diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, cataracts, and immune disorders are due to free radicals.
Antioxidants serve as our grill, extinguishing free radicals before they can damage us.