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opc(proanthocyanidins)

opc(proanthocyanidins)
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As the"peroral skin cosmetics." it can prevent cancer ,enhance immunity,lower blood pressure ,it's widely used in medicine,

Products Information (As the"peroral skin cosmetics." it can  prevent cancer ,enhance immunity,lower blood pressure ,it's widely used in medicine and health-care products.)

1.What Does OPC Radish Red Pigment Extract Do and How Does It Work?As anti-aging antioxidant, OPCs are types of bioflavonoids, very powerful ones. Bioflavonoids are parts of plants that are actually assimilated into our body tissues when we consume them. It was, in fact, this very ability that led to their discovery. OPC bioflavonoids were first noticed in the laboratory because they have the uncanny ability to strengthen blood vessel walls within hours after taking them! The person responsible for their discovery was a French scientist named Dr. Jacques Masquelier, who first tested bioflavonoid containing peanuts on lab animals and discovered that their blood vessel walls would double in strength only hours after eating them. His discovery was made in 1948. In 1951, this same doctor extracted OPCs from pine bark. In 1970, Dr. Masquelier obtained yet another patent for these bioflavonoids - a far more potent product. It is the Radish Red Pigment Extract that you may have heard about, and it is a powerful substance indeed. 2.Oxidation Theory Of Chronic IllnessOPCs have one particular ability that was discovered by Masquelier in 1986, and that is the ability of Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins to scavenge free radicals from the body. Free radicals are simply oxygen atoms that are robbed of an electron through the body's natural metabolic processes. If you exercise or smoke, you are exposed to higher levels of these free radicals than most people. Ironically, people who exercise are exposed to more free radicals than those who don't because they have faster, more vigorous metabolisms. Smokers, and second-hand smokers are bombarded by free radicals, because free radicals are also the product of pollutants (inefficient combustion). The oxygen atom, which in a stable state has four pairs of electrons, becomes unstable when it loses an electron. An oxygen atom with seven electrons is referred to as a free radical. This name aptly describes its action in the body, too. Just as water pools, and vacuums are filled quickly in nature, free radicals quickly attach themselves to something - in this case body tissues - in order to stabilize themselves. What happens is the free radical takes an electron from the membrane of a body tissue and by doing so, produces yet another free radical, which then is obliged by its charge to seek out another electron - in your body. What results is a cascade of oxidations - a "rusting" of body tissues.3.Enter OPCs, AntioxidantsOligomeric Proanthocyanidins, in fact anti-oxidants in general, are structured in such a way that they are able to donate electrons freely without altering their valence (their electrons are not paired) - what this means is that anti-oxidants can stabilize free radicals without themselves becoming dangerous. In fact, anti-oxidants will go about donating electrons until they have no more; one anti-oxidant molecule is able to neutralize many free radicals. It is by the number of available electrons in a given antioxidant that we are able to rate their effectiveness.                                                                                                                           ↑          ←     →                                            ↓                                                                                                                                                                

opc(proanthocyanidins)



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