Purella Best before 30/06/2023 Guarana BIO 21g

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Purella Guarana BIO (21g)

Ripe fruit of guarana (Paulinia cupana), a plant characteristic of the Amazon basin, resembles the fruit of the coffee tree. For centuries, Amazon tribes have used guarana for therapeutic purposes. It was used to prepare energy drinks that were supposed to give the warriors energy and endurance. Today, guarana, which naturally contains stimulants such as caffeine, theobromine and theophylline, is added to energy drinks and sports drinks. Guarana also comes in the form of powder and capsules. It is added to supplements that improve memory. Country of origin: Brazil.

- Guarana is a plant from the Amazon jungle that is naturally rich in caffeine to aid concentration and fat burning. The iron and thiamine contained in guarana contribute to the maintenance of proper energy metabolism. Guarana fruit can contain up to 6 times more caffeine than coffee beans. Thanks to this, the plant perfectly stimulates and improves concentration. It can also reduce the feeling of mental fatigue in people undergoing cancer therapy. Guarana also improves the ability to learn and remember (due to the presence of caffeine and other accompanying substances).

- Guarana is one of the fruits rich in compounds with antioxidant properties. In addition to caffeine and theobromine, it also contains tannins, saponins and catechins. Guarana's antioxidant profile is similar to that of green tea. In laboratory tests, guarana has an anti-cancer effect (stops the growth of cancer cells), reduces the risk of heart disease and slows down the aging process of the skin.

- The caffeine present in guarana also speeds up your metabolism, which allows you to burn more calories and help you lose weight. Fruit powder can therefore be a good supplement for people on a reduction diet.

- In the past, guarana was valued not only for its stimulating properties. The plant has been used to treat digestive problems including chronic diarrhea and constipation. Guarana fruit, rich in tannins and other plant antioxidants, can act against diarrhea. The caffeine in guarana behaves like a natural laxative. It stimulates the intestines to work and facilitates bowel movements. Small amounts of guarana are anti-diarrheal, while larger amounts have a laxative effect

- Guarana also reduces the risk of heart disease. Antioxidants improve the free blood flow in the blood vessels and prevent blockages. Fruits can also reduce the level of oxidation (according to laboratory tests), the so-called bad cholesterol. Oxidized LDL contributes to the formation of plaque in the arteries and thus leads to heart disease.

- The Amazonian plant also contains substances that stop the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Guarana works against E. coli and also stops the growth of Streptococcus mutans, a bacteria that causes tooth decay and plaque build-up. Among other health properties of guarana, its anti-cancer effect and protective effect for the eyes are also mentioned

Directions for use:

Guarana can be added to yoghurt, coffee, porridge or smoothie. Sugar-free, naturally gluten-free product.

The recommended daily intake is 3 g.

Store in a dry, cool place. Protect from light.

Pregnant women and nursing mothers should limit the consumption of guarana (or give it up completely if they already consume coffee). Excess caffeine can increase the risk of miscarriage and cause abnormal growth in the baby.

Inci: Powdered organic guarana (Paulinia cupana).

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