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The formulation of D-Stress® is a reference on the market and has been internationally patented. D-Stress®contains Magnesium, Taurine, Arginine and Vitamins B.
For 6 tablets (% RDA): Magnesium Glycerophosphate: 1,66 g including 180 mg of elemental magnesium (48%), L-arginine HCI: 600 mg, Taurine: 210 mg, Vitamin PP: 30 mg (187%), Vitamin B5: 6 mg (100%), Vitamin B1: 4,2 mg (381%), Vitamin B2: 3 mg (214%), Vitamin B6: 2 mg (142%), Vitamin B8: 450 µg (900%), Vitamin B9: 200 µg (100%).
List of Ingredients: Magnesium Glycerophosphate, L-arginine HCI, Taurine, Vitamin PP, B5, B1, B2, B6, B8, B9. Fillers: microcrystalline cellulose, calcium phosphate. Anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate, silica. Coating Agents: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose. Dyes: complex chlorophyll.
Acerola: For a cure of vitamin C: against the excessive tiredness and the decay of temporary form, perfect for the whole family.
Acerola, also known as "Brazilian cherries" or "Caribbean cherries" is a fruit with an acid taste very rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and minerals. It is one of the most concentrated fruits in vitamin C in the world, 60 times more than the classic orange. A true toolbox of herbal medicine, acerola restores vigor and vitality to an organism weakened by daily fatigue. It will also help tone up a depressed immune system.
The body does not have natural reserves of vitamin C. A vitamin C intake is essential, especially during winter periods and in offseason to help get over the course.
Acerola a natural source of vitamin C
Acerola 1000 mg is formulated from dry extract of acerola source of vitamin C of natural origin. Thus, 1 tablet of acerola 1000 mg brings 180 mg of vitamin C. Moreover, many studies * have shown that natural vitamin C from a fruit, in this case Acerola, is better assimilable than vitamin C. Therefore, there is a whole range of active molecules of natural origin including bioflavonoids. These greatly increase the uptake of vitamin C with maximum efficiency.
* Jones E. and Hughes R.E., 1984. The influence of bioflavonoids on the absorption of vitamin C. IRCS Med. Sci., 12, 320-328.
Sweeteners: sorbitol (1376.2 mg), dry extract of acerola fruit (Malpighia glabre) 17% (1058.8 mg) measured in vitamin C (180 mg), anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate, aroma: cherry ( 25 mg).
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