Sytrinol GT – Bioflavones from citrus fruit peel and tocotrienols (vitamin E) from palm oil.
Patented combination ensures three times better bioavailable
Sytrinol is a unique and patented formulation containing polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) and tocotrienols. The PMFs found in Sytrinol GT have been extracted from dried citrus peels. Tangeretin and nobiletin are the predominant PMFs found in Sytrinol.
Tocotrienols are the second active ingredients found in Sytrinol GT. Tocotrienols are members of the vitamin E family, which have important bioactive properties. Research shows that this combination of natural ingredients work well in synergy.
Softgels – an enhanced bioavailability delivery system
A small study was conducted to determine if the specific delivery system of gel technology (softgels) would impact the bioavailability of Sytrinol.
The researchers concluded that soft gelatin capsules exhibited significantly improved bioavailability (up to 3 times) of the principal actives in Sytrinol GT.
Directions of use
2 x daily 1 softgel with a meal.
Do not exceed the suggested dosage.
A food supplement does not substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool dry place, out of reach of young children.
- 135 mg of PMF (polymethoxyflavones), such as nobiletin and tangeretin, ratio 1: 1
- 6 mg of tocotrienols (alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocotrienol)
Bulking agent (olive oil),Stabiliser (gelatin, glycerin, purified water, orange flavor),
135mg citrus bioflavonoids, Emulsifier (lecithin, yellow beeswax), vitamin E
from palm oil 6mg* with tocotrienols 2.2mg, Colour (zinc oxide, chlorophylline).
* 50% recommended daily allowance
Interactions and warnings
When using statins, consult a doctor before use.
Do not use in combination with tamoxifen.
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