• A Properly Supported ECS

    Naturally Improves The Following:

    How Can You Properly Support Your ECS?

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  • Phytonutrients (Flavonoids) Are the Key

    The Amazing Power and Healing Qualities of Plants

    As science continues to push the boundaries in a search for new ways to extend and improve the life spans of humans, it should come as no surprise that many of the cures are found in substances and organic materials that have been a part of our environment for thousands of years.

     

    The unique nutrient richness of every whole, natural food can be showcased in a variety of ways. But there is no better way to highlight the unique nutrient richness of foods than to focus on their flavonoid content!

     

    There are many plant compounds that we are discovering may work with the ECS to regulate pain, anxiety, sleep, and immunity. And that is where ENDOPLEX comes in. Our potent, proprietary blends include powerful plant flavonoids (the most important part of a plant) that offer natural, pharmaceutical results by engaging the ECS.

  • What are the benefits found in Flavonoids?

    Fruits and vegetables are full of beneficial vitamins and minerals, as well as important phytochemicals called flavonoids. These phytonutrients are natural biological response modifiers. Research indicates that many common herbs and plants contain flavonoids which perform actions within the ECS. Flavonoids are the things that give plants their properties. So their smell, their color and their taste are determined by the flavonoids they contain. Recent research indicates that these flavonoids are one of the primary resources that drive our Endocannabinoid System.

     

    The flavonoid nutrient family is one of the largest nutrient families known to scientists. Over 6,000 unique flavonoids have been identified in research studies. Some of the most widely studied flavonoids are nutrients you may already have heard about, but not in particular connection with any specific food—for example, the flavonoid 'quercetin'. Other flavonoids you may have heard about due to their association with a particular food—for example, the 'catechins' in green tea. Sometimes a flavonoid is actually easy to link up with its most nutrient-rich food sources— for example, the 'tangeretin' found in tangerines (as well as other citrus fruits).

     

    There are many documented benefits associated with partaking in a diet that is rich in flavonoids. A few of the health benefits include:

     

    • A reduced risk of cancer due to the powerful way they help the body build immunity and fight off unhealthy “scavengers.”
    • Flavonoids have also been found to help fend off the onset of cardio-vascular diseases and may help prevent related consequences such as heart attack or stroke.
    • The anti-inflammatory properties of flavonoids also help the body fight off the worst affects of allergies. This is great news for millions of people who suffer every year from the ravages of hay fever.
    • Flavonoids have also been found to inhibit the formation of blood clots, which also prevents the onset of heart attack and strokes.
    • Recent studies have also shown that flavonoids have properties which also prevent ulcers.

     

    So what properties in flavonoids provide all of these healthful benefits to people?

     

    Although not considered vitamins, as a class of compounds, flavonoids have been referred to as “nature’s biological response modifiers” because of their ability to modify the body’s reaction to other compounds such as allergens, viruses, and carcinogenic properties. In addition, flavonoids act as powerful antioxidants by providing remarkable protection against oxidative and free-radical damage.

     

    Flavonoids possess antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity, and epidemiological studies indicate that consumption of these compounds is associated with a reduced risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease. It should also be noted that many of the medicinal actions of foods, juices, herbs, spices and bee pollen are directly related to their flavonoid content!

    Flavonoid Deficiency: The need to nourish the ECS for optimal health!

    The ECS needs a daily regiment of plant-based flavonoids to function correctly. People are no longer getting the flavonoid nutrition they need to properly support the ECS. Food is not the same as it was 40 years ago and food loses critical flavonoids due to how it is processed. We need to supplement our diet with better nutrition, and this nutrition must be of the highest quality ingredients.

     

    Remember... your body is making endocannabinoids all the time! Most of the time it self-regulates itself, but only when functioning in an optimal environment... and there are a lot of outside factors that can throw this self-regulation off, such as stress, lack of exercise, poor nutrition and more.

     

    The bottomline is this: In addition to endocannabinoids, your body needs important Phytoflavonoid nutrition which is necessary to properly activate the cannabinoid receptors in your ECS.

    The ENDOPLEX Family of Formulated Flavonoids

    Provides Balanced Nourishment for Optimal Health of Your ECS!

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