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HCL Activator+ Balanced Stomach Acid Levels Capsules

HCL Activator+ Balanced Stomach Acid Levels Capsules

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HCL Activator+ Balanced Stomach Acid Levels Capsules

Formula Purposes & Benefits

 HCL Activator+ is developed based on cutting-edge scientific research and expert formulation to support digestion of essential nutrients, optimal stomach pH, and balanced stomach acid levels in aging adults.

Designed to assist the breakdown and absorption of food and reduce the age associated decline of stomach acid and digestive enzymes.

Designed to work synergistically with Betaine HCL Plus, our HCL activator forms the ultimate support system for optimal digestion.

HCL Activator+ utilizes pepsin, an acid-tolerant enzyme that thrives in the acidic stomach environment,this powerful combination maximizes protein breakdown and supports overall digestion.

For enhanced digestive support, consider HCL Activator+, which combines HCL Activator+  and HCL Activator+. Trust in this effective combination to promote optimal digestion and overall well-being

Our formula is NON-GMO verified and  is proudly made in the USA in an FDA registered facility, following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) standards. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the fact that only 4% of the supplements on the market can match our world-class standards.

 

Formula Ingredient Deck

Benefits Of Each Ingredient 

Betaine HCL

●         May support healthy digestion, protein metabolism, and balanced stomach acid levels in aging adults (370).

●        May support reduced prevalence of obesity via improved gut microbiome activity (371).

Organic Turmeric

●        May support antioxidant, cardio-protective, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, nephro-protective, hepato-protective, immunomodulatory, and anti-rheumatic effects (123).

●         May reduce inflammation via decreases of inflammatory markers such as c-reactive protein, interleukin 6, tumor necrosis factor, and decreased cytokine production (123).

●        May support joint health via decreases in connective tissue inflammation and improved pain in individuals with osteoarthritis (122).

●        May support blood sugar regulation via increased pancreatic beta cell function and improved insulin sensitivity (121).

●        May support cardiovascular and liver health via reduced accumulation of advanced glycation end products (AGE), reduced lipid peroxidation, and improved vascular function.

●        Curcumin may exhibit an antioxidant activity via scavenging of superoxide anion (∙O2−∙) and hydroxyl radicals (∙OH) (scavenging of inflammation molecules) (118,119).

●        Curcumin may modulate breast carcinogenesis through its effect on cell cycle and proliferation, apoptosis, senescence, cancer spread and angiogenesis (119).

●        May target cancer growth pathways such as the NFkB, PI3K/Akt/mTOR, MAPK and JAK/STAT, and may suppress tumor growth (119).

Organic Tomato

●        May support prostate health, cardiovascular support, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and chemoprotective properties against cancer (191,192, 193).

●     May support healthy immune response via scavenging of free radicals and reduced oxidative damage of DNA. (191,192,193).

●        May support immune health via carcinogen-metabolizing enzymes, apoptosis (cancer cell death), anti-proliferation, pro-differentiation, and anti-lipid peroxidation activities. (193).

●        May support immune health via reduced phosphorylation of anti-oncogenes such as p53 and Rb. It also inhibits G0/G1 and S-phase of the cell cycle (193).

Pepsin

●       May support healthy digestion of nutrients and improved levels of stomach acid (372).

 

Proper Use of This Supplement


Suggested Use:  Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily with meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. For the HCL Support Program, take 1 capsule each of Premier HCL Activator and Premier HCL after each meal or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

 

Our Formula                                                    Vs Other Formulas on the Market.

 

1. Uses NON-GMO Verified ingredients , GMP certified, and made in an FDA registered facility.

1. Source cheap ingredients from heavily polluted soils.

2. High quality betaine HCL and superfoods in a bioavailable and efficaciously dosed formula.

2. Uses cheap sources of betaine and superfoods that may have heavy metals due to poor product quality.

 

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