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- Provides a rich source of the most commonly needed Vitamins and Minerals.
- Provides naturally occurring ingredients that add to the renewal system of body cells.
- Includes an adult cell stimulating component that increases the amount of circulating adult stem cells which are the natural renewal system of the body. This further helps to heal damaged cells and adds to the immune system support.
- Provides a concentrated source of dietary fiber, proteins, and participate in several important functions in the body.; 5,6,7,9
- Includes a strong antioxidant activity that helps prevent unwanted damage to cells
- Helps support DNA and cell health; 10-12
- Helps build your immune system; 13-16
- Helps reduce and repair damage resulting from oxidative stress and inflammation
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