Isotonix Essentials™動能營養沖飲 - 單盒裝(30包)

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產品資訊

益處


提升能量
提供強效抗氧化保護
有助改善專注力
促進認知健康
促進正常的酵素調節 
補充體力,提升耐力
不含麩質、小麥、大豆、酵母、人造調味料、鹽、防腐劑或奶類

產品分類


不含麩質 - 本產品不含可檢測出之麩質*

不含可檢測出之基改成分(GMO) - 本產品不含可檢測出之基因改造生物成分

等滲壓沖飲 - 易於飲用的液状營養補充品 / 健康食品,透過等滲壓狀態達致更佳的營養吸收

* 美國食品藥物監督管理局(FDA)將含有少於20PPM麩質的製成產品列為不含麩質

詳細資料


你是否時常在上午或下午陷入昏昏欲睡的狀態? 你是否總是在需要保持清醒與專注力時卻感到能量崩盤? 不管是上午10時還是下午2時,Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲為你補充能量,讓你保持專注、維持敏銳。Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲含有多種維他命、氨基酸和礦物質的特殊配方,適合需要提升日常能量的人使用。本產品不只能增強體力,還有助改善精神敏銳度、促進認知健康。這個獨特能量補充品中提供協同效應的成分,提升身體與頭腦所需的能量。

Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲能支援體力與促進集中力,你可每天使用以補充能量!

成分


鉀(碳酸氫鉀):335毫克
鉀是儲存於肌肉內的電解質。富含鉀的食物包括香蕉、橙、哈蜜瓜、牛油果、生菠菜、椰菜和芹菜。鉀是必要的巨量礦物質,有助維持體液平衡。鉀同時促進各種生化和生理過程。與其他礦物質一樣,鉀有助維持正常的神經脈衝傳遞,心臟、骨骼肌及平滑肌的收縮,合成核酸,維持細胞內張力。

在1928年,首次有人提出攝取大量的鉀可以幫助維持心血管健康。鉀有助正常的肌肉放鬆以。同時還可促進糖原和蛋白質的合成。鉀是一種電解質,可促進正常的心跳,協助身體調節水平衡的能力,支援運動後的恢復,並且排除人體廢物。

巴西莓果肉:200 毫克/巴西莓萃取物:100毫克
數千年來,人們一直深入巴西的雨林採集巴西莓並加以運用。巴西莓含有硫胺(B1)、菸鹼素(B2)、煙酸(B3)、維他命E、維他命C、磷、鈣、鉀、纖維、蛋白質及脂肪酸如奧米加-6及奧米加-9。

巴西莓含有高濃度的抗氧化物,研究顯示其抗氧化能力比紅酒葡萄更強。其豐富的色素驅使研究人員針對其花青素進行實驗研究,花青素是一群多酚類,令水果及蔬菜的顏色深黯,而且擁有高抗氧化值。

鎂(檸檬酸鎂及甘氨酸):200毫克
鎂是骨骼礦化的元素之一,促進成人體內鉀和鈣的正常代謝。鎂有助維持體內鉀、磷及鈣的含量於正常水平。鎂也能促進鈣的正常移動,將它運送到細胞內進一步運用。鎂維持肌肉與神經組織的正常運作。鎂也能促進蛋白質、核酸、核苷酸、環腺苷酸、脂肪以及碳水化合物的正常合成。

鎂是釋放能量所必需的,促進體溫的正常調節及適當的神經功能,協助身體適應壓力,並且維護正常的新陳代謝。重要的是,鎂同時支援身體建立健康的骨骼和牙齒,並促進適當的肌肉發育。鎂、鈣及維他命D三者共同維持骨骼健康。鎂還通過支援正常的血小板活動,來促進健康心血管功能。

L-苯丙氨酸:200毫克
L- 苯丙氨酸是一種必需的氨基酸,氨基酸是蛋白質的組成部份。人體無法製造L-苯丙氨酸,所以必須從飲食或是營養補充取得。L-苯丙氨酸的主要食物來源為高蛋白質食品,如肉類、魚、蛋及奶類產品。含有人工甜味劑阿斯巴甜(NutraSweet)的無糖產品,是由苯丙氨酸與另一種氨基酸-天冬胺酸,組合而成,也可能是L-苯丙氨酸重要的食物來源。氨基酸分為兩種形式,分別為L-及D-。L-是食物中天然存在的形式,而D-是合成的形式。

L- 苯丙氨酸是一種氨基酸的先驅物質,因此能提升精神警覺性。L-苯丙氨酸有助於在一整天中提供穩定的能量,不會像攝取高糖分的能量產品一樣,能量上升後又急遽下降。

L-苯丙氨酸是一種電中性的氨基酸,是20種常見氨基酸之一,用於生物化學形成蛋白質和酵素的,由人體DNA編碼。L-苯丙胺酸對於生物來說是不可或缺的,包括人類。L-苯丙氨酸可轉化成L-酪氨酸,L-酪氨酸也是20種形成蛋白質的常見氨基酸之一。

瓜拿納萃取物:160毫克
瓜拿納粹取物從原產於巴西的南美瓜拿納灌木種子中取得。傳統上亞馬遜雨林對瓜拿納的使用包括將搗碎的種子加入食物與飲料中以提升警覺性、精神和專注力。作為膳食補充品,瓜拿納是有效的提升能量食品,因其含有的咖啡因是咖啡豆的兩倍(瓜拿納種子約有3-4%的咖啡因,而咖啡豆則有1-2%)。瓜拿納可以提神。其種子含有黃嘌呤(咖啡因),為巴西等南美洲國家廣泛用作提神食品。在研究中,已檢測出瓜拿納粉末中的總黃嘌呤含量。咖啡因含量通常平均為30%至50%(取決於萃取物)。類似的化合物如可可鹼與茶鹼的含量只有(1-3%)。大部份科學證據都明確指出,咖啡因具有興奮劑及體能表現輔助物的效能。

L-牛磺酸:125毫克
L- 牛黃酸是其他所有氨基酸的組成部份,其有助於輸送鉀、鈉、鈣及鎂進出細胞,因此支援神經脈衝的自然生成。L-牛磺酸是一種非蛋白質氨基酸,並且在腦、視網膜、心肌、骨骼與平滑肌、血小板、與中性白血球中含量高。在肌肉、肺部與神經組織中含量高。食物中的牛磺酸主要來自於動物類食物。在海帶等植物性食物來源中也含有少量牛磺酸。牛磺酸被歸類為必要氨基酸,促進正常的膠質粒子形成以及脂肪吸收。此外,它還提升警覺性、精神及專注力。牛磺酸也是一種抗氧化物。它還有助維持健康的心血管系統以及支援排毒活動。

山竹果粉:100毫克
山竹是一種約10-25米高的長青樹木,生長於熱帶地區如亞洲、南美洲及玻里尼西亞,山竹果更因為美味而被冠以果后的稱號。山竹果呈圓球狀,底部略為扁平, 直徑約6-7厘米,其外皮圓滑、厚實、堅固,未成熟時呈淺青色,成熟時則呈紫色或紫紅色。外皮包著的就是四至八塊可食用的果肉,每個山竹果擁有一至兩顆籽。山竹果含有一種稱為氧二苯甲酮的化合物,據信其擁有多種益處。山竹還含有豐富的生物活性份子,包括類黃酮、 苯甲酮、內酯及酚酸。山竹樹及果實的各部份如種子的外皮、果實的外皮、心材及果肉均可提取多種氧二苯甲酮。研究顯示,山竹果內含的氧二苯甲酮擁有抗氧化特質,單是山竹果的外皮已經可以提取出六種氧二苯甲酮。

L-酪氨酸:100毫克
L-酪氨酸是一種人體天然存在的氨基酸,酪氨酸會代謝成神經傳導物質。神經傳導物質對人體極為重要,因為這物質將訊息從一個神經細胞傳送至另一個,因此對我們的肌肉及認知功能扮演著重要的角色。許多科學家相信酪氨酸可以幫助紓緩偶發的精神與身體疲勞。

L-甘氨酸:100毫克
甘氨酸是一種重要的氨基酸,支援人體合成其他非必要的氨基酸。甘氨酸是少數幾種氨基酸之一,能藉著改善糖原儲存來騰出葡萄糖作能量之用。甘氨酸還用於DNA的合成,並能隨時轉化成肌酸。人體需要甘氨酸來維持中樞神經系統。甘氨酸對於維持男性前列健康相當重要。

維他命C:100毫克
維他命C是一種水溶性的維他命,有抗氧化作用,已被證實能支援身體組織的正常生長與修復、支援心血管健康、減少氧化壓力,促進認知健康與表現。

輔酵素Q10:60毫克
輔酵素Q10屬於泛醌類物質,是一種脂溶性的蠟狀物質,為呼吸鏈的一部分。它在細胞內合成,參與粒線體的電子傳輸與能量生成,約佔人體必需總能量生成的95%。在細胞組織系統中,輔酵素Q10以腺苷三磷酸的形式協助從氧氣中產生能量。輔酵素Q10能對抗自由基,具有抗氧化功效。粒線體和細胞膜中的抗氧活動能保護脂質細胞膜,免受過氧化反應的傷害。

輔酵素Q10自然存在於菠菜、西蘭花、堅果、肉類和魚類。在人體中需要大量能量的器官,如心臟、肝臟、腎臟、脾臟和胰臟,其細胞含有最高濃度的輔酵素Q10。補充輔酵素Q10可能最有益於成年人,因為輔酵素Q10在身體中的濃度會於20歲左右達到頂峰,之後便會逐年下降。

石榴萃取物(40%韖花酸):50毫克
一棵石榴可以滿足一個成人一天所需維他命C的40%,並可提供葉酸和抗氧化物。石榴含有大量多酚類,其中最大量的是水解單寧酸,特別是安石榴甙,研究顯示安石榴甙為石榴汁內負責對抗自由基的抗氧化物。

許多食品和膳食營養補充品廠商都發現使用石榴萃取物(不含糖、熱量、和添加物)作為成分而不用石榴果汁的好處。大部份石榴萃取物均為鞣花酸,主要為提取石榴汁過程的副產品。很多出版研究文獻均顯示鞣花酸若以鞣花單寧酸如安石榴甙的形式使用,則可被人體吸收。

馬黛茶萃取物:45毫克
馬黛茶樹是一種長有白花、紅果實的長青樹,只自然生長在南美洲。乾燥或經烘焙的馬黛茶樹葉含有咖啡因,可用於營養補充品。馬黛茶含有黃嘌呤,與咖啡因、茶鹼及咖啡鹼同屬為生物鹼。這些是咖啡與巧克力中所為人知的興奮劑。馬黛茶也含有鉀、鎂,與錳。

與咖啡相似,馬黛茶能刺激中樞神經系統,並有助分解體內的糖分。馬黛茶被廣泛用於對付偶發的疲勞,此外,馬黛茶有助於提升警覺性、精神與專注,而不會產生類似物質常見的不良作用。馬黛茶對於偶發的精神與身體疲勞相當有用,在世界各地被廣泛用作回復體力及精神警覺性的食品。

綠茶:25毫克
幾個世紀以來,綠茶萃取物在印度和中國已經用作為營養品。持續食用綠茶及膳食補充品內含的乾/粉狀綠茶萃取物,為健康帶來多種益處。綠茶葉必須用手摘取,再經過低溫加熱以使茶葉乾燥。綠茶包含的活性成份是多酚類家族(兒茶酚)及類黃酮,擁有強效抗氧化特質。其中最大量的兒茶酚分別為表兒茶酚(EC)、表沒食子兒茶酚(EGC)、表兒茶酚沒食子酸(ECG)及 表沒食子兒茶酚沒食子酸(EGCG)。EGCG佔了茶多酚家族的10%到50%,是所有茶多酚中最強效的成分,具有抗氧化效果。綠茶萃取物據報具有正面效用,包括支援心血管系統。

綠茶含有豐富的抗氧化物,包括表沒食子兒茶素沒食子酸脂(EGCG)。  綠茶的多酚抗氧化物能維持心血管健康,有助對抗自由基。除了明確地提供抗氧化功效外,最近的研究也顯示綠茶可有助促進體重控制。‡萃取物已去除咖啡因。

左旋肉鹼:20毫克
左旋肉鹼是一種存在於體內大多數細胞中的氨基酸。左旋肉鹼支援心臟、器官與組織中的脂肪代謝。左旋肉鹼天然存在於動物產品中,只有在極度例外的情況下會少量存在於植物中,像是牛油果與一些發酵豆類產品。對於將長鏈脂肪傳遞至細胞粒線體中,左旋肉鹼扮演著必要的角色,能產生以腺苷三磷酸(ATP)為形式的額外能量。左旋肉鹼在人體內合成,主要是由肝臟與腎臟中必要氨基酸的左旋離胺酸與左旋甲硫胺酸合成。

菸鹼酸:15菸鹼素總量毫克
菸鹼酸是一種水溶性維他命,支援人體健康、發育及生殖等多方面。菸鹼酸支持消化系統、皮膚,與神經的正常機能,並促進食物轉化為能量。菸鹼酸多存在於乳製品、家禽、魚類、瘦肉、堅果、蛋、豆類、營養添加麵包以及早餐穀類中。

脂肪酵素:5毫克
脂肪酵素是脂肪消化酵素,其被身體用於將膳食脂肪正常分解成可吸收的形式。脂肪酵素,例如人體的胰脂肪酵素,支援將食物油脂中的三酸甘油脂受質正常轉換為單酸甘油脂和游離脂肪酸。一些脂肪酵素也於活細胞的內部發生作用,支援正常的脂質降解。

維他命B6(鹽酸吡哆醇):4.1毫克
維他命B6的主要來源是家禽、魚類、全穀類及香蕉。維他命B6支援蛋白質和氨基酸的代謝,幫助維持適當的體液平衡。維他命B6也幫助維持健康的紅血球與白血球細胞,支援整體健康。維他命B6促進血紅蛋白的正常合成(血紅蛋白是紅血球的蛋白質部分,負責將氧氣輸送到身體各處)。由於維他命B6參與腦與神經細胞中神經傳導物質的合成,因此可作為增進心理機能,尤其是支援情緒的營養素。運動營養補充品通常包含維他命B6,因為它能促進肝糖轉變成葡萄糖,給予肌肉組織能量。維他命B6與葉酸一起使用時能夠幫助維持正常的血漿同半胱胺酸,同半胱胺酸則能促進良好的新血管健康。維他命B6應該加入其他維他命B群,以達到最佳效果。

泛酸(d-泛酸鈣):4毫克
泛酸支援腦部適當的神經傳導物質之活性,被稱為抗壓維他命。

硼:2毫克
礦物質硼主要來源為植物性食物如水果乾、堅果、深綠色葉菜、蘋果醬、葡萄汁及煮過的乾豆類。硼存在於大部分的身體組織中,但主要分布在骨骼、脾臟與甲狀腺。硼有助骨骼生長,支援身體的建構能力,維持健康的骨骼。也能幫助身體保留鈣與鎂,促進適當的骨骼礦化。硼是將維他命D轉化成活性成分的必要輔因子。它維持健康的細胞膜、適當的心智功能與警覺性、以及離子鈣。

鋅(葡萄糖酸鋅):1.3毫克
鋅主要存在於營養穀物、紅肉、蛋、家禽和某些海鮮中,包括蠔。鋅的成份包括許多種酵素與蛋白,與基因表現的調節有關。鋅這種微量礦物質在300多種的酵素反應中都有其功能。因此,鋅支援幾乎所有的生化路徑和生理過程。人體中超過90%的鋅儲存於骨骼(30%)與肌肉(60%)中。但是鋅幾乎在所有的身體組織中都能發現。由於鋅與多項的酵素程序有關,因此對許多生理功能有正面的影響,例如能量的產生、認知功能,與碳水化合物代謝。鋅是一種必要氨基酸,參與身體中許多酵素反應,包括蛋白質與膠原蛋白的合成和細胞能量的產生。

鉻(精胺酸鉻、毗啶甲酸鉻):215
微克精胺酸鉻是一種鉻的形式,由必要氨基酸與精氨酸結合。與毗啶甲酸鉻相同,它也能夠支援蛋白質、脂肪與碳水化合物的代謝。

與毗啶甲酸鉻協同作用,精氨酸鉻能支援心血管健康。

銅(葡萄糖酸銅):166微克
銅的最佳飲食來源是內臟、海鮮、堅果、種籽、小麥麩皮穀類,全麥製品與可可類產品。銅含有抗氧化特性,並且為鐵代謝所需的酵素成分。銅是一種是很重要的微量礦物質。銅支援嬰兒正常的發育、紅血球與白血球的成熟、鐵的運輸、骨骼強度、心肌收縮、葡萄糖代謝,腦部健康與免疫功能。

葉酸:30微克
葉酸主要存在於蔬果中,深綠色葉菜、橙、橙汁、豆類、豌豆和啤酒酵母是最佳的來源。葉酸在提升B12補充品效益方面擔當關鍵的角色。這二種維他命B協力合作,維護正常的紅血球細胞。葉酸有助氨基酸及蛋白質的正常使用,並促進製造脫氧核糖核酸DNA與核糖核酸RNA物質的合成,進而維護身體所有功能。科學研究發現當維他命B12與葉酸一起運作時,能使同半胱氨酸的含量保持正常。這能有助支持健康的心血管與神經系統。

維他命B12(氰鈷氨):3.6微克
維他命B12是一種天然存在於動物製品中的細菌產物,在肝臟等內臟含量較多,在花生與味噌和天貝等豆類發酵製品中也有少量。素食者必須使用維他命B12補充品以維持最佳的健康狀態。維他命B12在攝取後儲存於肝臟和其他組織內,以供日後使用。維他命B12支援正常的細胞維護,特別是神經系統、骨髓及消化道的細胞。維他命B12支援同半胱氨酸的正常代謝(是在體內形成的一種氨基酸)。正常的同半胱氨酸含量對維持心血管健康很重要。活性輔酵素狀態的葉酸和維他命B12為同半胱氨酸轉換為蛋氨酸所必須,因此能夠幫助維持血液中健康的同半胱氨酸量。

常見問答


Isotonix® 是甚麼意思?
Isotonix等滲透營養補充品透過等滲透液傳遞,即是說,人體花很少工夫就能達到最高效的營養吸收。等滲透懸浮液使營養素能直接到達小腸,並快速被血液所吸收。Isotonix產品的營養流失量微乎其微,帶來極有效率的吸收,提供最佳效果。

誰應使用Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲?
任何需要補充能量或促進認知健康的人。

我應如何使用Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲?
把包裝內的粉末倒進杯子內。加入8安士(240毫升)的水並攪拌後飲用。

多久應使用一次Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲?
作為營養補充品,每日飲用一次,或按你的醫護人員的指示飲用。

Isotonix動能營養沖飲與市面上的其他能量產品有何不同?
當今的能量產品常常含有大量糖分和興奮劑,長時間使用會損耗身體。這些產品能提升有限度能量,隨後而來的就是能量崩盤,讓人十分疲憊。Isotonix動能營養沖飲結合了多種營養,促進能量代謝,讓身體:

- 運用各種食材產生能量,如山竹和巴西莓。這兩種成分因其氧二苯甲酮含量而具有科學支援。氧二苯甲酮產生能量的方式類似。氧二苯甲酮有助維持能量,因為它們使用脂肪酸作為能量,其能量燃燒比許多替代能量產品中的糖更長。

- 鎂,鉻和輔酵素Q10是身體能量和恢復週期的一些驅動因素。

- 支援精神集中。巴西莓,尤其與本產品其他成分結合使用,能支援認知健康。

本產品有哪些注意事項? 
如果你患有疾病或正服用處方藥物,或為懷孕或哺乳中婦女,使用本品前,請先諮詢醫護人員意見。

鎂會增加患上高鎂血症風險,有腎功能問題的患者應謹慎使用。如果出現腹瀉、腹部痙攣或不適,請停止使用本產品並諮詢你的醫護人員。如果你正在服用單氨氧化酶抑制劑(MAOI)或血管緊張素轉換酶抑制劑(ACEI),你則不應服用此產品。

如果你患有苯酮尿症、高血壓、甲狀腺疾病/甲狀腺功能亢進症、精神分裂症或躁鬱症,你不應服用此產品。  

Isotonix Essentials動能營養沖飲安全嗎?
此產品安全且不含有害物質、防腐劑及酒精。本產品在美國製造,並經美國食品及藥物管理局檢測設備生產,符合生產規範。顧客對本產品的質量和安全可絕對有信心。


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