The natural vitamin C contained in the acerola of the food supplement Pileje, is considered a powerful antioxidant .
Fights bacterial infections, stimulates the immune system, fights hypercholesterolemia, prevents certain cancers, fights dysentery, anemia and scurvy.
Properties of C Biane Acerola
The vitamin C contained in C-Biane, extracted from Acerola, a small cherry from South America, has the following main properties:
- Prevent the fats surrounding our cells from "going rancid", ie fight against their oxidation, their premature aging.
- Participate in the formation of the supporting tissue of bones, skin, vessels and ligaments.
- Allow us to cope with stress by stimulating our defense capacities.
Results of C Biane Acerola
The daily requirement for vitamin C is 120 mg and is increased during the growth of children, or in the event of stress, lack of iron or during pregnancy and lactation. C-Biane provides a supplement of 120 mg of vitamin C per tablet.
Directions for use of C Biane Acerola 30 Tablets
Chew 1 tablet per day, for 20 to 60 days.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children. This dietary supplement cannot replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
The acerola is a small cherry very rich in vitamin C: it contains 20 to 30 times more vitamin C than the orange!
Antioxidant, it strengthens the natural defenses and exerts a stimulating and energizing action.
Composition of C Biane Acerola
Acerola powder, sucrose, rye sourdough, maltodextrins, fructose, natural apricot flavor, support: mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, acidifier: citric acid, sweeteners: acesulfame potassium and neohesperidin DC. With sugars and sweeteners.
Vitamin C: 120mg
Box of 20 and 60 tablets
Additional information on acerola
The acerola is a fruit of 1 to 2 cm in diameter and grows on a small tree of the Malpighiaceae family native to South America. Acerola is an edible berry, whose flesh is juicy, yellow-orange, with a tangy, pleasant taste and very rich in vitamin C (up to 30 times what is found in oranges).
Anti-inflammatory activity of acerola
An in vitro study has shown that acerola decreases inflammation on cultured macrophages (immune system cells) (Wakabayashi, 2003)
Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity of acerola
Anti-bacterial activity has been reported by Japanese researchers on the Staphylococcus epidermidis strain (Motohashi, 2004). On the other hand, a Guatemalan team analyzed the activity of several South American plants on pathogenic fungi. It appears that acerola is one of the most effective in combating these fungi (Caceres, A, 1993).
Anti-cancer activity of Acerola
Motohashi's 2004 study also showed that acerola extracts exhibit toxic action on tumor cell lines, suggesting that the fruit may have anti-cancer properties. Another study indicates that an acerola extract (700 mg/kg) blocks the growth of cancer cells in a mouse model (Nagamine, 2002).