Selenium 40mcg - 120 Veg caps
MRP: Rs. 630.00
THE ESSENTIAL TRACE MINERAL: Selenium is an essential trace mineral whose importance to human health is well-established. As a constituent of selenoprotein, selenium has structural and enzymatic roles, it is best known as an antioxidant, works as a catalyst for the production of thyroid hormone, needed for optimal immune response, fertility, cardiovascular health, and cognitive health. Zenith Nutrition Selenium is a vegetarian supplement which is manufactured in a GMP-certified unit and has gone through stringent testing for evaluation on purity and potency.
BOOSTS YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM: Selenium deficiency and suppressed selenoprotein expression have been implicated in higher levels of inflammatory cytokines in a variety of tissues. Selenium carries out biological effects through its incorporation into selenoproteins. As a potent antioxidant, it regulates reactive oxygen species, and inflammation in nearly all tissues and cell types. Selenium supplementation stimulates white blood cell and thymus function. Many immune functions involve inflammatory mechanisms that when uncontrolled may be implicated in the pathogenesis of conditions like heart disease, cancer and arthritis.
MAY IMPROVE THYROID HEALTH: The thyroid gland is characterized by a high concentration of selenium. Selenium is used there as a building block of a specific protein called selenoprotein which is essential for converting an inactive T4 into its active T3. Lack of sufficient selenium in the body will result in high T4, and low T3, and higher than usual TSH. Selenoproteins have an antioxidant activity, which contributes to the antioxidant defense in the thyroid by removing free radicals generated during the production of thyroid hormones. The essential mineral helps to promote healthy thyroid metabolism.
PROMOTES HEART HEALTH: The increased production of reactive oxygen species can cause oxidation of low-density lipoprotein, vascular inflammation which have been reported to be associated with inducing heart risk. Optimum levels of selenium in the body would reduce the production of oxidized LDL and therefore would reduce the incidence of heart disease. This can be attributed to the mineral’s potent antioxidant activity. Selenium supplementation may decrease the concentration of C-reactive proteins (which increases in response to inflammation), thereby possibly fights inflammation.
BENEFITS BRAIN HEALTH: The brain is vulnerable to damage caused by oxidative stress which can lead to neurodegenerative changes. Selenium plays a significant role in brain health. Since selenium levels decline with age, there is a possibility that selenium influences age-related mental decline. The selenoproteins help fight oxidative stress, protect the brain cells over time and help prevent age-related cognitive decline. Selenium plays a role in the synthesis of glutathione peroxidases, which are important antioxidant enzymes present in brain tissues. These enzymes reduce the concentration of reactive oxygen species in the brain.
MAY IMPROVE FERTILITY: Factors such as diet, smoking and excess body fat are the major causes of reduced fertility in men and women. However, the trace element selenium is strongly linked to fertility. Selenium contributes to the morphology of sperm as well as its motility which are the key factors in normal conception. Studies have found that the mineral plays a crucial role in the early stages of conception, specially, in the development of healthy ovarian follicles which are responsible for the production of eggs in women. Selenium can protect the sperm from oxidative damage in men and increase the production of progesterone in women.
Directions: Take one serving after food or as directed by the physician. Store in a cool, dry place.
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