New York, NY (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
InVite® Health, a leading nutraceutical firm headquartered in New York City, today announced the introduction of its new GliSODin® with Catalase a clinically-studied patent form of Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant present in cells exposed to oxygen. SOD is the primary antioxidant released by the body to defend itself. Catalase, a second antioxidant enzyme, helps to protect our cells during energy production. It is also believed to support the skin’s natural defenses. As we age our SOD and catalase levels diminish. This also occurs when free radical production is high. When combined, these antioxidants offer cellular protection from the most potent free radical, known to damage cells - hydrogen peroxide, superoxide and peroxynitrate. Invite Health’s GliSODin® with Catalase dietary supplement provides 150 mg of SOD sourced from cantaloupe and wheat protein, supported by 25mg of Catalase.
GliSODin® with Catalase supplies the body's two most important and protective antioxidant- enzymes Superoxide Dismutase (also known as SOD) plus Catalase. Singlet oxygen is a remarkably unstable form of oxygen that is persistent and damages tissues in major organs such as the heart and brain. SOD reduces singlet oxygen to peroxide which is far less damaging. Catalase then reduces the body’s peroxide levels to the safe metabolites Oxygen (the stable, normal kind you breathe in) and water. Users can be assured that the product offers additional processing and delivery system features that Invite Health is known for including:
“The powerful and sustained antioxidant protection that GliSODin® with Catalase supplies may help protect the quality of its users’ lifespan and healthspan,” comments Dr. Millie Lytle, a Nutritional Director at InVite® Health, Inc. She notes: “The product may help shield the brain, heart, lungs, eyes, kidneys, liver and other organs and tissues from being ravaged by free radicals and other damage caused by inflammation at the cellular level. “
Additionally, Jerry Hickey, R.Ph., who oversees InVite® Health’s Product Development Department and is its Scientific Director, has noted the product has properties beneficial to athletes and fitness-oriented persons. “Buffering muscles during exercise by decreasing the production of lactic acid improves the workout and also speeds the muscles’ post-workout rate of recovery,” Hickey notes. “This action decreases the risk of muscle aches, cramps and injury and may also improve athletic endurance and physical performance,” Hickey concludes.
The combination of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ingredients are widespread and may also protect the body’s organs from drug toxicity and arthritic joints as well thereby enabling greater comfort and ease when walking. GliSODin® with Catalase supplements are also said to shield the skin from the sun’s aging radiation effects and protect the hair follicle from damage.
About InVite® Health
For more than a decade, InVite® Health has been recognized as an innovator and leader in the nutritional supplement industry. Offering a comprehensive line of the finest quality dietary ingredients from vitamins, herbs, minerals, specialized formulas and personal care products, InVite has built a loyal and growing consumer base. Their solid reputation has been founded on ensuring the highest standards in nutraceutical research and product development, committing to service excellence and assisting with charting and maintaining their clients’ paths to wellbeing.
InVite™ Health is proud to follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guaranteeing that is stated on the product label, is indeed the good ingredients and serving sizes in the bottle. The firm continues follow through on these guidelines as the FDA updates its new classification current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Invite Health’s key staff members are trained in cGMP to best understand and continue to update Invite’s products to the highest standard possible, while providing the best product and product knowledge to customers.
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