One main benefit of the kiwifruit extract is the support for the digestive system. It also helps to support healthy blood sugar levels, eye health, and the immune system.
- Supports digestive health – The kiwifruit contains Actindin, which breaks down protein into polypeptides. This would support digestion and helps relieve constipation. It is a very good source of dietary fiber that helps remove toxins from the colons.
- Maintains healthy blood sugar level – The inositol in kiwifruit extract may help manage blood sugar levels..
- Strengthen the immune system – Antioxidants present in kiwifruit extracts, such as vitamin C and vitamin E, may support the immune system..
- Maintains eye health – The lutein present in kiwifruit extract may help older people to maintain their eye function. Lutein is a natural chemical found in our eyes.
What is the dosage?
To help maintain digestive health, you need to take 1 capsule per day with your main meal. In case of constipation or poor digestive health, taking 2 capsules per day is helpful until the problem is resolved. Once digestive issues are resolved, go back to taking 1 capsule per day.
Who should take this product?
This product is recommended for anyone who wants a healthy bowel movement, good digestion, and an improved overall health including your eyes and skin.
What do the capsules contain?
Each capsule of kiwifruit extract contains 500mg of kiwifruit that has a ratio of 10:1 extract.
Do I need a prescription?
No prescriptions are needed. It does not contain synthetic chemicals or drugs, so there is no need to get a prescription. However, if you are taking other medications or are having other health problems, you should consult with your doctor first.
Are there any side effects?
Most people can tolerate kiwifruit. It might slow blood clotting in some people. Some side effects may include diarrhea, nausea, and an upset stomach. If you feel any side effects, you may lower your dosage or stop taking the product.
Are there any drug interactions?
This may affect some blood thinning medications. You should check with your doctor first if you are taking other medications or supplements.