CELL AVANTAGE II

4 Powers from Nature to Keep Your Joints Healthy

  • Undenatured Proteoglycan - For moisture retention and joint cushion; Supports cartilage matrix components such as collagen and hyaluronic acid.

  • Undenatured Type II Collagen - The only type of collagen which can be truly absorbed (not digested) by the body.

  • N-Acetylglucosamine - Replenishes loss of N-Acetylglucosamine which is an important cartilage components.

  • Bonito Elastin - Supports muscular strength and smooth movement such as bending and stretching. 

PROTEO SERUM

Special Components to Care for Your Outer and Inner Skin

  • Proteoglycan - Restore and rejuvenate visible skin surface by working deeply up to the inner skin layer.

  • Nano-Ceramide - Improves skin moisturizing function and protection against roughness.

  • Passion Fruit - Prevents skin aging symptoms caused by the deterioration of lymphatic function

KS-MELT 

Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) metabolites is a generic term for the active ingredients produced by the lactic acid bacteria, as a product of their metabolism. As a functional foods, it is classified as "Biogenics".

Functions of LAB Metabolites ①regulating intestinal microbial balance ②enhances immune function ③normalizes blood pressure/ blood glucose level ④ creates healthy cells ⑤promotes digestion and absorption of nutrients ⑥eliminates carcinogenic substances ⑦regulates hormonal balance ⑧regulates autonomic nerves

KS-Melt contains LAB metabolites in liquid concentrate which can be used in beverage, food seasoning, and as oral spray. 

KOTHALAHIM TEA

Kothala Him is an herb called Kothala Himbutu in Sri Lanka, used as treatment fordiabetes. It is an invaluable vine tree that grows spontaneously in Southwest Sri Lanka since over 3000 years ago. In World Health Organization (WHO) in 2002, Kotarahimbutsu from Sri Lanka was treated as health tea, drinking  the tea was proven to regulate blood sugar level, and is certified to have various health benefits. 

Kothala Himbutu is called the “dream herb”, but because they are valuable medicinal trees exporting  was prohibited by the Sri Lanka government. In 2002 WHO recognized its efficacy and exporting in limited amount was permitted to Japan under certain conditions.