Recolasi® 30 capsules

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Recolasi® 30 capsules

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Yamamoto® Research Recolasi® is a food supplement that provides 500 mg of bergamot extract and 250 mg of olive extract per daily dose. Olive extract * promotes normal blood circulation and regularity of blood pressure.

In recent decades, the development of Nutraceuticals is bringing to light numerous evidences and scientific confirmations of how nature offers a myriad of substances and elements with a potential beneficial effect on our body, such as in promoting normal blood circulation and the regularity of blood pressure.

Recolasi® is a food supplement that combines the lipid-lowering and antioxidant action in favor of normal blood circulation and the regularity of blood pressure of two extraordinary natural compounds, namely oluropine extracted from the leaves and fruit of the Olive and the juice of Bergamot, which synergistic action on has been confirmed in the clinical setting.

The Mediterranean area benefits from protagonists with genuine and beneficial properties for our health, and among these, olive oil stands out first, a true "health" elixir extracted from olives. One of the main qualities of the oil obtained concerns the protective action against the cardiovascular system and specifically thanks to the "Oleuropein", a phenolic compound contained in the leaves and fruits of the Olive tree, on which numerous searches.

Another precious element of the Mediterranean land, as an exclusive Italian excellence, is found in Bergamot, the green citrus fruit known for its characteristic essence, whose juice has an extraordinary concentration of bioflavonoids. From its juice we find a very high concentration of bioflavonoids with antioxidant actions.

The Oleuropein contained in Recolasi® is represented by Olecol®, a patented Bioactor product, highly water-soluble, standardized, extracted from the olive leaf, with a very high concentration of bioavailable Oleuropin which has been demonstrated thanks to a dual mechanism of action in promoting normal blood circulation and regularity of blood pressure.

 

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Nutritional information

30 capsules  
Nutrition information 
Per daily dose 2 capsules
   
  Per daily dose (2 capsules)
   
Bergamot Extract
500 mg
OLECOL® olive extract
250 mg
   
Ingredients: dry extract of bergamot (Citrus x bergamia Risso & Poit., Fruit,) dry extract of OLECOL® olive tree (Olea europaea L., leaf), bulking agents: cellulose, dicalcium phosphate; capsule (glazing agent: hydroxy-propyl-methylcellulose), anti-caking agents: silicon dioxide, magnesium salts of fatty acids.

DIRECTIONS: take 2 capsules a day with water.

Warnings

Warnings: do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important. Keep out of the reach of young children. Keep in a cool and dry place. Avoid exposure to heat sources and sunlight.

Reviews (1)

Dr.JackFrusciante 18/02/2021
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Con piacere noto da consumatore e specialista del settore salute, che Yamamoto Research resta sempre al passo con innovazione e ricerca. Ottima combinazione sulla prevenzione cardiovascolare - equilibrio del colesterolo con Oleuropeina e Bergamotto.

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